The English tea Route

The Townships Trail English tea route invites you to enjoy an English tea experience in six exceptional historic setting.

Musée Beaulne

Musée Beaulne

The Beaulne Museum is located within the Norton Castle, a unique and beautiful house registered as a historical site. Tea and desserts are served outside on the vast and serene balcony.

Traditional tea: Wednesday (1:30 p.m. to 7 p.m.); Tea and scones: Thursday to Friday (1 p.m. to 7 p.m.) and Saturday (1 p.m. to 5 p.m.)

96, rue de l’Union, Coaticook
J1A 1Y9
819 849-6560
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Auberge la Chocolatière

Auberge la Chocolatière

Auberge La Chocolatière, located in the so pretty village of North Hatley, has a new offer: The English tea time!You'll be pleased to sip your tea inside or outside for a delicious stop in a country setting.

From breakfast to the afternoon break, La Chocolatière offers a  variety of teas and treats as their famous brownies and fine chocolates made by owner.

 

 From May 10 to October 15 : 7 a.m to 9 p.m

312 rivière, North Hatley
J0B 2C0
819-842-4530
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The Colby-Curtis museum

The Colby-Curtis museum

Tea is served in the solarium with a majestic view of the Victorian garden. Menu: a variety of teas, served with a scone and jam, Devonshire cream, assorted cakes and cookies all homemade.

From June 1st to August 26th: Thursday, Friday, Saturday 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Reservation required.

535 rue Dufferin, Stanstead
J0B 2C0
819 876-7322
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Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre

Uplands Cultural and Heritage Centre

Tea in the English tradition is served on the veranda, in the garden or indoors according to the
season. The menu includes tea, scones, pastries, cucumber sandwiches, jam, Devonshire cream and
more. Delicious!

Fall - Winter - Spring: Saturday and Sunday from 1 p.m. to 4:30 p.m.

June 25th - Labour Day: Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.

Reservation recommended

9 Rue Speid, Sherbrooke
J1M 1R9
819-564-0409
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The Great British Tea Parthé

The Great British Tea Parthé

Knowlton, a charming Quebec village, has an important British heritage. We invite you to the Great British Tea Parthé, a Victorian cultural event that will take you back to the nineteenth century.
Traditional decor with flowers and laces, scones and tasty sandwiches, delicate tea cups contribute to the upscale ambiance of the era. Obviously, pearls, gloves and hats are a must!
Door prizes will be awarded.

You will be entertained by the famous “Lady Agatha Bumblebottom” who shares the etiquette of this tradition … in her own way!

We can accommodate groups up to 48 people.
Men are definitely welcome!

May,19; June 30; July 28

RSVP required

572, ch. Lakeside , Lac-Brome
J0E1R0
514 623-2158
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The Scott Tea Room

The Scott Tea Room

The Scott Tea Room, located in an elegant Victorian residence built in 1891 in Scotstown on the first floor of bed & breakfast, B & B Le Bonheur, opened in 2016.

The lounge is open every day between 1 pm and 5 pm by reservation only. Every week a different tasting ice tea is offered. The hosts offer a refined and sought after menu of Scottish origin including scones, shortbread and 'Sconewich' (sandwiches from scones). The menu also features more than twenty teas from all over the world including tea tastings according to the chosen theme, herbal teas of all flavors, iced or hot coffees, etc.

On site, accommodation, relaxation, therapeutic care and much more await you.

17 Rue Union, Scotstown
J0B 3B0
8196579917
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