My Mother and I visited here in July 2008. We had their high tea. I found the whole experience just ok. The tea room itself has a mountain feel, it was cozy but not frilly or elegant. The owners who served us, he is from England I believe, were very nice and hospitable. We were not offered a choice of tea. We were served two different kinds, Yorkshire and Buckingham. I found them ok. The food itself was ok. First out were their scones which were very good. Then we had a choice of soup or salad. We chose the potato leek, we didn't care for it at all. Next were the tea sandwiches and goodies. They were just ok. Chicken salad on over done croissants, egg salad, and some kind of little shrimp in pastry shells. The sweets were just small cream puffs and some fruit. On their menu, it states an elegant dessert, I didn't see anything which looked like an elegant dessert. We were served champagne and apple cider. I don't think the the champagne and cider are worth the extra money. I wouldn't come here again and feel bad because the owners were very nice.