About a month ago, I went to the lovely White Rabbit Tea House in Nottingham, which I found out about through reading blogs.
Tucked on a side street near Nottingham shopping centre, White Rabbit tea house serves homemade cakes, scones, sandwiches, as well as tea, coffee and hot chocolate - all served in traditional china.
I have been to many places for afternoon tea, but White Rabbit Tea House was my favourite - not only were the prices reasonable, but the service was friendly and efficient, the decor was beautiful (it had an old fashioned feel to it, which I love) and the food was delightful.
I suggest getting there for about 12pm because it gets really busy after that as there's only a few tables (which adds to the cosy atmosphere).
The visit inspired me to buy some old fashioned china - I think I'm turning into a granny day by day!
There are currently two White tea rabbit houses in Nottingham, and I am hoping that it will there will be more tea houses - hopefully in London.
Would I go back again? Definitely, even though it's a good two and a half hour drive from my house.
Have you ever been to the White Rabbit tea house?