Vintage Tearoom

Wattle Lane

The inspiration for Chloe’s Coffee Shop in my Wattle Lane novels came from one of our local cafes, Port ‘O’ Call, situated in the picturesque village of Ahuriri. To view their website click here. Port ‘O’ Call has a wonderful vintage tearoom in one half of the shop, a place where you are transported back to the fifties, with food served on pretty vintage china.

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You can choose your own vintage teacup, for your tea or coffee, from the lovely display on the shelves behind the counter.

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It is hard to decide what to choose, from the Devonshire cream teas, to the delicious cakes and slices and freshly baked breads.

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The mouthwatering food is adorned with flowers, adding a touch of romance to the delightful setting. My pot of tea came nestled beneath a charming knitted tea cosy, like the one I use at home that my mum knitted more…

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2 thoughts on “Vintage Tearoom

  1. Oh that looks a lovely place.I love that you can choose your own teacup! And have tea with Peter Rabbit! And the view outside is beautiful. I must read your book.Can it be bought for a kindle? X


    • It really is a lovely place! Yes, my books are available on Amazon kindle. Scrappy Cupcake Angels is the first in the Wattle Lane series and The House in Wattle Lane is the second.
      I love seeing all the tearooms on your blog!


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