Saturday, June 6, 2009

Patriotic Tea at The Freedom Log House in Spring Grove, PA

On Friday, my friend and I went to tea again. We enjoyed a delightful afternoon being pampered by our host in an Americana atmosphere at The Freedom Log House in Spring Grove just outside of York, Pennsylvania. Folk music very softly plucking away in the background, tiny twinkling lights illuminating the ceiling, and the patriotic reds, whites and blues dotted the decor.

A navy blue napkin awaits unfolding.

Our pamperer. She was just super!

Peaches and Cream scones "to die for" - so tempting served warm and made with fresh peaches and white chocolate. Ohhhhhh.....SOOOOOO good.

Let me show you those scrumptious things just a little bit closer. Can't you just smell their sweetness?

And, don't forget the clotted cream. I was about ready to lick the dish clean!

Next up, raspberry vinegarette dressing on fresh green salad.

The main spread - homemade chicken noodle soup that was out of this world, served with delicious chicken melts. Topped off with an iced blueberry-lemon cooler.

Let me show you those chicken melts just a wee bit closer. Makes you want to just take a bite, I'm sure.

Ohhhh, and then the strawberry shortcake.

Need I say more?

A walk around the gift shop brings lots of delightful sights. Primitives, antiques, candles, crafts...and many enticing colors all around.

Love those wide, wood plank floors. They add such a warm, cozy ambiance.

A holiday room brings snowmen, pine boughs and holly at the beginning of summer...

A colorful, old-fashioned coffee tin.

Weathered folkart crafts are all around.

If you enjoy tea rooms, please check out my post from last Friday: Camellia's Sin Tea Parlor in Carlisle, PA.


  1. Oh Cheryl! What a delightful place! I am drooling just reading what you feasted on. So sumptuous!

    Loved viewing all your photos and really enjoyed seeing those sweet teapots. Thanks for yet another wonderful tea room tour!

  2. Wow, this place looks and sounds really fun!
    And not very far away from me either. I'll have to check it out this summer.


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