Sunday, February 6, 2011

Tea Time in Steyning

Steyning is a little village about less than an hour drive from where I live, it's a beautiful quiet little village with lots of lovely cottages and small shops that aren't open on Sundays (now I know), I'm so glad though that the Tea room was open and hubby and I had a nice pot of tea and cakes as well as sandwiches in the Old Bakery Tea Room.

It looks like an ordinary shop from the road side but when I went in the door, poor hubby had to duck down as he's so tall and it leads to a place that I can only describe as hobbits' village coz they have some small shops inside and truly for me it's like finding a treasure and the tea room is just inside with low roof and cute chairs as well, too bad the shops were closed but I'm planning to go there again not on sunday :)

I really love visiting Tea rooms, it's my new obsession since I moved to England 3 years ago, although I haven't been to alot of places often as my husband is quite busy with his work, I do love it when he has time to take me to places that I love to just please me, it's not his sort of thing to go to tearooms so I'm grateful for that :)

After we had tea, we walked around the village, visited the old graves yard in St. Andrew's church and also took some more pictures before we decided to go home. I can't wait to come back again to a quiet sleepy little village of Steyning :)


  1. Hello there,

    What charming day trip you had; it was indeed so kind of your hubby to accompany you while you enjoyed your afternoon tea!..,

    Thanks so much for sharing this loveliness with all of us and also for taking part with TTTT and TTFT from this week past!

    Cheers and hugs from Wanda Lee

  2. Oh wow, what a gorgeous place to have some afternoon tea! Beautiful. Thank you for sharing your lovely photo's:)

  3. Susan, you and your husband look like you're having such a nice time. I like all of your pictures...thank you for sharing them with us.

    I like such things, and wish I lived in a quaint old town that has such old tea shops and such, where one could walk from one to the other and spend the day.

    I also like the photos of your pink dress, they look very professional...the one from your lap down with the roses could be in Victoria Magazine - don't you think?


  4. That's a beautiful little village, Susan! And a lovely tea that you had. You have a lovely blog and I am your newest follower!
    Blessings, Beth


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