Tea Rooms

Some articles on tea rooms, room, tea, rooms:

Catherine Cranston - Miss Cranston's Tea Rooms
1878 Miss Kate Cranston opened her first tearoom, the Crown Luncheon Room, on Argyle Street, Glasgow ... lay in seeing the social need for something more than a restaurant or a simple "tea shop", and in putting equal attention into providing amenities designed in the latest style ... her Ingram Street tearoom and in 1888 commissioned George Walton to decorate a new smoking room in the Arts and Crafts style in one of her tea rooms ...
Herveys Range Heritage Tea Rooms
... The Herveys Range Heritage Tea Rooms are an historical cafe and a self-contained holiday cabin located at the top of Herveys Range, approximately 45 km north-wes ... The tea rooms are famous for being the only cafe in Queensland to include Kopi Luwak coffee on their menu, hailed as the most expensive coffee in the world ...
Cheddleton - Tourist Attractions - The Old School Tea Rooms
... Old School building, located on Hollow Lane in Cheddleton has been converted into the Tea Rooms ... Very popular with walkers, visitors and villagers alike the Tea Rooms are open Wednesdays to Sundays from 10am - 4pm ... In addition, the Tea Rooms host regular 'event nights' on the last Friday of most months ...
Catherine Cranston - Miss Cranston's Tea Rooms - Further Projects
... Tearooms completed her chain, and remains the most famous of her tea rooms, Kate Cranston carried out several more projects, and Mackintosh provided increasingly ... He did further redesigns for rooms in the Ingram Street tearooms, creating the Cloister Room and the Chinese Room in 1911 ... be constructed, with the design of an extension of the Willow Tea Rooms into the basement of the building next door to create The Dug Out in a style that anticipated Art Deco ...

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