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Tea at the Loftus

There's something just right having afternoon tea in a old guest house.


  1. Hmm...a cup of tea.
    Where's my man-servant?

  2. Afternoon tea for me is one of the joys of travelling, especially during a stay in a guesthouse. Add a scone or two, and it's perfection!(That and marmalade for breakfast).

  3. Truth is I don't actually drink tea (or coffee) but my husband does and I enjoy having afternoon tea with him, preferably with scones, jam and cream.

    Welcome to this blog Pam.


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