Julie Andrews is a regular customer when she is in town because it is as close to an English Tea as you can get without traveling across the pond. We were greeted with yummy Elderberry cordial when we arrived at our cozy table. The first course included Yorkshire pudding, cucumber sandwiches, egg salad with tomatoes grown in the cottage's garden and salmon sandwiches.
Their currant scones are simply the best. They are served with Devon cream and peach preserves. The last course is their very own shortbread and petit fours. We celebrated Sandy's birthday and they gave her a petit four with a candle in it. Edmund said his gift to Sandy was NOT singing Happy Birthday to her!
Edmund and Mary have been working very hard to fix up the old home that was built in 1932. Edmund was busy in the garden but took time out to say hello to us. Mary also acts as a tour guide for trips to England and Africa. I hope someday (when Sheridan is 16) that we will be able to take the African safari trip to visit the gorillas.