Berryville is in the Shenandoah Valley in the Appalachian Mountains. I've actually been to the town before for tea at a bed and breakfast (see my Rosemont Manor tea post here), but I was really excited (as always) to try a brand new tea room!
(Telephone booth in the entryway)
(View of the room from the entrance)
There were a couple of larger groups in the main part of the tearoom, so we were shown to a small table in the window.
(The chandelier over our table had a teapot in the middle and the lights were in teacups!)
(They had gold chargers under each place setting, very pretty!)
We got the Duchess of York, which came out on a three tiered tray:
(Curry chicken salad, egg salad, cucumber)
(scones, with clotted cream and jam. I really liked how they served the clotted cream and jam in fancy demitasse cups)
(shortbread cookies, macaroons, tiny cherry cheesecakes, meringues covered in chocolate, and small brownies)
I just realized I skipped the tea! I got the Shenandoah Blue blend (it seemed appropriate). This black tea had blueberries and cornflower blossoms.
Finally a couple of other pictures of the tearoom, which incorporated hats as a decoration on many of the tables.
I'm sharing this post on the tea parties below:
Bernideen's Friends Sharing Tea
Rose Chintz Cottage's Tuesday