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Lady Amherst Tea Room

The Lady Amherst Tea Room first opened in 2007. It was named in honour of the Lady Amherst fishing fly, which is the same type of fly Esmond Bradley Martin used to catch his giant 53 pound salmon on June 27, 1939.

The tea room specializes in afternoon tea delicacies. Kathy, our accomplished cook, makes homemade sandwiches and bakes a wide variety of tasty treats, such as muffins, cinnamon buns, and a daily-special mystery dessert. We also offer a selection of beverages, including tea, coffee, and juice. The tea room is open thursday from 1:30 pm to 3:30pm.

 

A picture of the Lady Amherst Tea Room.
A picture of the Lady Amherst Tea Room.
A picture of the Lady Amherst Tea Room.
A picture of the Lady Amherst Tea Room.
A picture of the Lady Amherst Tea Room.
A picture of the Lady Amherst Tea Room.