|Rob, Tom and Linda|
We enjoyed a traditional English afternoon tea in the stately Belmont Manor House, built in 1738! We were greeted by a butler, Henry, and the Duchess of Bedford, Anna, the originator of the afternoon tea. Costumed staff was available to answer questions.
During the Belmont Manor Tea there were bottomless pots of Earl Grey tea, Cinnamon tea and Raspberry Tea. There were manor scones with clotted cream and jam, tea savories (petite sandwiches), and unique desserts, all made by the Elkridge Furnace Inn chefs.
|Front door of the Belmont Manor|
For information: http://www.belmontmanormd.com/#!teas/yoi76
|a beautiful living room|
|Tom and Linda walking off tasty teas, sandwiches and treats|
|Inside one of the great rooms|
It was a fun experience, and well-worth doing!
|Wide view of Belmont Manor|
|How the manor looked in the past|
|View looking south from the Manor's front entrance|