After a bad start to the week with number four being poorly today was the perfect day to get the little ones outside and get some fresh air.
Scooting is always a favourite in this house and luckily enough one of our local parks in Sanderstead, Surrey has a wonderful area that younger children can safely scoot and ride their bike with the fun of bumps, hills and obstacles.
After wearing them out with a good few laps we had a fun around in the playground and then popped into Priscilla’s Tearoom that is located directly next to the park to warm ourselves up and grab something to eat.
The tearoom has a wonderful homely feel and is full with beautiful vintage furniture and decorations.
There are shelves filled with stunning homemade gifts and food items that can be purchased at very reasonable prices.
The boys immediately made themselves at home and grabbed themselves a snack from the counter whist I ordered my coffee and chatted to the lovely lady serving us.
Our hot drinks were bought over in pretty cups and saucers which fitted in perfectly with their theme. Even number four’s babychinno was served in a cup and saucer which is a nice change from the usual plastic cup children’s drinks are usually served in.
We were a little early for lunch but there was a good selection of rolls and sandwiches on offer and some yummy homemade cake that I will be back to sample when I’m not being so good! All of there produce is locally sourced which is a real pull for me as it is highly important for local businesses to support each other for everyone to thrive.
Number five was on form and throwing a spectacular ‘terrible two’s’tantrum for the majority of our visit but at no time was I made to feel uncomfortable as is the case with so many places you can visit with little ones.
There is a real sence of community spirit here and they put on many groups such as book clubs and knitting clubs making it more than just a stop off when visiting the park.
We finished our trip off by popping to the duck pond which is only a few minutes away from the tearoom and a great way to round off our day.
This really is a lovely little tea room that is well worth a visit. We will be back very soon to have a spot of lunch and can’t wait for some warmer weather to sit outside and enjoy an ice cream or two!
We were asked to come along and try out the tea room for the purpose of this review and they are all my own honest opinions.
2 thoughts on “Warming Up At Priscilla’s Tearoom”
Oh I love a good tea room with old fashioned bone china and retro decs! 🙂
It’s my fav too!!