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The Tea House offers a range of quality accommodation choices for any time you’re away from home.

  • Welcome

    The family owned and operated Tea House Motor Inn & Apartments has just completed a major facelift and now boasts a new Reception, Kitchen and Laundry along with its new 2 storey residence. Also after renovating many of the units we now have been awarded an official 4 star rating from AAA Tourism and the RACV.

    The Tea House Motor Inn is located opposite Lake Weeroona and only 1.5 Km’s to the heart of Bendigo. The Tea House Motor Inn provides friendly and well-equipped accommodation, the ideal place for an overnight stay or that extended getaway.

    Catering for all with 4 star executive units with kitchenettes, deluxe 3 & 1/2 star units, two-bedroom apartments, and two bedroom units. Also including disabled rooms, spa rooms and family rooms for a real accommodation choice. Enjoy the Tea House Motor Inn’s Solar Heated Pool and Spa set amongst spacious garden surrounds and cook up a storm on the BBQ under the Bali Huts.

    With 24 rooms set out in spacious surrounds and three excellent restaurants within 100 metres and two bistro’s within 10 minutes walk, the Tea House Motor Inn is a great choice in valued accommodation and an excellent place to rest your head in Victoria’s fascinating Goldfields region.

    As a member of ARRA, Budget Chain International we pledge to our guests clean and comfortable accommodation, affordable and guaranteed tariffs, free book ahead facilities and friendly service.





    Springhill Hospice is lauded for restoring an empty pub into a tea

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    Springhill Hospice is lauded for restoring an empty pub into a tea room

    Pamela Gray, team leader (left) and Sarah-Lee Ford, income services manager at Springhill Hospice

    Springhill Hospice has been praised for its ‘inventive’ work to renovate an empty pub.

    The charity received an award from Hospice UK in recognition of its transformation of The Craven Heifer into Springhill Tea Rooms and Gift Shop at the Craven.

    The Broad Lane site had been derelict for two years, but was taken on by the hospice in early 2014 and revamped into the building to sell cuppas, cakes and other items to raise funds for the charity.

    Now, the venture, which was launched last December, has received the Most Inventive Hospice Retail Initiative Award at the recent Hospice UK Retail Conference.

    Julie Halliwell, chief executive at Springhill Hospice said: “I am delighted that we have won this award. Staff and volunteers have worked so hard to renovate the premises and get the tea room and gift shop up and running.

    They very much deserve recognition for the work they have done. It is increasingly difficult to secure the funds we need to operate the Hospice, and we are constantly looking for innovative income generation schemes.

    “The sale of the pub came at just the right time for us, and gave us an opportunity to house our income services team at the same time as developing the tea room and gift shop. We are very grateful to the public for continuing to support us so well.”

    The tea room has space for 60 customers and serves home made treats such as crumpets, sandwiches, cakes, soup and afternoon tea. An outdoor seating area is being set up for the summer months.

    Sarah-Lee Ford, income services manager at Springhill Hospice added: “Opening the tea rooms has been one of our biggest challenges for the income services team.

    However, it’s also been one of the most rewarding seeing people meeting friends and enjoying a cake and a catch up whilst making money for the hospice.”

    Antonia Bunnin, director of Hospice Support and Development at Hospice UK, added: “In recent years there have been lots of headlines about pub closures and empty premises in our communities.

    “The way that Springhill Hospice has brought this old building back to life, back to the community – all while raising vital funds for hospice care – is a wonderfully impressive and creative initiative that deserves to be recognised.”

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    Online, manchestereveningnews.co.uk welcomes 2.4million unique users who experience12.4million page views every month.

    Our newspapers include the flagship Manchester Evening News – Britain’s largest circulating regional daily with up to 130,485 copies – as well as 20 local weekly titles across Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Lancashire.

    Free morning newspaper, The Metro, published every weekday, is also part of our portfolio, delivering more than 200,000 readers in Greater Manchester.

    Greater Manchester Business Week is the region’s number one provider of business news andfeatures, targeting a bespoke business audience with 12,687 copies every Thursday.

    Every month, M.E.N. Media’s print products reach 2.2 million adults, spanning from Accrington in the north to Macclesfield in the south.

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    Rob Irvine

    Editor, Manchester Evening News
    editor-in-chief MEN Media and Trinity Mirror Huddersfield

    Contact 0161 832 7200

    Rob Irvine was appointed editor-in-chief of MEN Media and Trinity Mirror Huddersfield in April 2012.

    Rob joined Trinity Mirror in 2001 and was editor of the Daily Post North Wales for seven years. He was also publishing director for Trinity Mirror North Wales and Cheshire.

    He grew up in Stockport, Greater Manchester and has worked in the local newspaper industry for 27 years.

    Journalists

    Richard Wheatstone Blackley, Cheetham Hill, Crumpsall, Collyhurst, Harpurhey, Openshaw, Moston, Newton Heath, Ancoats, Clayton, Gorton, Ardwick Amy Glendinning Moss Side, Hulme, Whalley Range, Longsight, Rusholme, Levenshulme, Burnage Chris Slater North and East Manchester Emily Heward Digital Journalist Emma Flanagan Digital Journalist





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    5 Star Afternoon Tea Dublin, Shelbourne Hotel Afternoon Tea Ireland #cosmopolitan #hotel

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    Afternoon Tea

    Afternoon Tea at the Shelbourne inspired by the artist Michael Flatley

    The impeccable tradition of afternoon tea continues in the Lord Mayor’s Lounge at The Shelbourne, where this most pleasurable of rituals at Dublin’s favourite five-star hotel takes an artistic turn, with the dynamic new Afternoon Tea inspired by the artist Michael Flatley.

    Beloved and renowned for his talents on stage as a dancer, Lord of the Dance Michael Flatley is also an accomplished artist. Using the dexterity and precision of his footwork in a very different way he creates large-scale abstract paintings by combining his dancing with paint, moving across the canvas to create extraordinary artworks with the controlled steps and expressive gestures of his feet.

    The Lord Mayor’s Lounge is delighted to host an exhibition showcasing a selection of Michael Flatley’s artistic creations, the largest public display of his work and first in Ireland to date. It is this selection of paintings which have formed the inspiration for the pastry team’s talented responses to them, as part of this exciting afternoon tea menu inspired by the artist Michael Flatley.

    Captivated by Michael Flatley’s unique art collection – the pastry team’s own artistic impulses have been triggered by the colours, textures and themes of his paintings to create desserts inspired by Elvis, Playful, The Grand National and Nella Fantasia.

    Elvis has inspired a salted caramel mousse, raspberry compote and dark chocolate mousse encased in a dark chocolate glaze, the vivid colours of Playful have led to a strawberry macaroon filled with strawberry vanilla cheesecake, rhubarb compote and strawberry pâte de fruit, the image of The Grand National has influenced a caramelised éclair filled with mango passion mousse with coconut ganache, and the energy of Nella Fantasia has sparked the creation of an almond frangipane tartlet and pistachio pot crème with mixed berries.

    Afternoon Tea inspired by the artist Michael Flatley is available daily from September 6th in The Lord Mayor s Lounge of The Shelbourne for €49 per person for Classic Afternoon Tea and €64 for Champagne Afternoon Tea, running until November 22nd and returning in 2017 from January 2nd to April 3rd.

    Click here to view our Afternoon Tea menu inspired by the artist Michael Flatley

    For bookings and enquires please call +353 1 6634500





    Tea House Motor Inn & Apartments #hospice #stages #of #death

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    The Tea House offers a range of quality accommodation choices for any time you’re away from home.

  • Welcome

    The family owned and operated Tea House Motor Inn & Apartments has just completed a major facelift and now boasts a new Reception, Kitchen and Laundry along with its new 2 storey residence. Also after renovating many of the units we now have been awarded an official 4 star rating from AAA Tourism and the RACV.

    The Tea House Motor Inn is located opposite Lake Weeroona and only 1.5 Km’s to the heart of Bendigo. The Tea House Motor Inn provides friendly and well-equipped accommodation, the ideal place for an overnight stay or that extended getaway.

    Catering for all with 4 star executive units with kitchenettes, deluxe 3 & 1/2 star units, two-bedroom apartments, and two bedroom units. Also including disabled rooms, spa rooms and family rooms for a real accommodation choice. Enjoy the Tea House Motor Inn’s Solar Heated Pool and Spa set amongst spacious garden surrounds and cook up a storm on the BBQ under the Bali Huts.

    With 24 rooms set out in spacious surrounds and three excellent restaurants within 100 metres and two bistro’s within 10 minutes walk, the Tea House Motor Inn is a great choice in valued accommodation and an excellent place to rest your head in Victoria’s fascinating Goldfields region.

    As a member of ARRA, Budget Chain International we pledge to our guests clean and comfortable accommodation, affordable and guaranteed tariffs, free book ahead facilities and friendly service.





    Afternoon Tea at The Dorchester Hotel #wellington #motels

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    The Dorchester Hotel – Mayfair Park Lane, London, W1K 1QA

    Of the 3,000 meals served at The Dorchester each day, none receives more attention than the gracious service known as Afternoon Tea. In fact, The Dorchester has been awarded a Highly Commended certificate at the Afternoon Tea Awards 2016 in recognition of its outstanding quality and high standards in Afternoon Tea service.

    Afternoon Tea is served in The Promenade, a lobby on the ground floor, where potted palms and towering fountains of flowering plants surround plush couches with pillows as soft as marshmallows. Marble columns the colour of apricot parfait rise from the floor, crowned by gilded Corinthian capitals.

    Afternoon Tea, Champagne Tea and High Tea all begin with savoury finger sandwiches. Crusts are removed from fresh baked white and brown breads, and the delicate slices are filled with smoked salmon, egg, chicken, prawn and cucumber. Warm scones arrive next, made from a recipe unchanged at The Dorchester for over half a century. They are served with glistening strawberry jam and Devonshire clotted cream.

    The final course is the piece de resistance, the platter of cakes and tartlets. Among the irresistible treats are delicate white chocolate and praline pyramids, miniature raspberry macaroons, delicate pineapple financiers on a coconut mousse, a creamy apple and macadamia delice, and a fresh berry crumble tart. Chocolate lovers can indulge in the amazingly rich and scrumptious chocolate marquis, whilst those with a taste for nutmeg and cinnamon can try the tantalising spice cake. Champagne Tea includes a glass of pink Champagne.

    Afternoon Tea is served 1pm, 2pm, 3:15pm, 4:30pm, 5:30pm & 6.45 every day

    Booking is essential

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    Afternoon Tea In London, Afternoon High Tea Menu – The Landmark London

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    The Landmark London Hotel

    Afternoon Tea

    One of England s finest traditions, the Winter Garden s award winning Afternoon Tea in London is the perfect way to enjoy your afternoon.

    Indulge in an assortment of sandwiches, freshly baked scones and French pastries as well as our selection of freshly brewed leaf and herbal tea. You can even treat yourself to a selection of mouth-watering chocolate delights with our Chocolate Afternoon Tea in London.

    Also, look out for our seasonal Afternoon Teas for a true treat.

    Visit The Landmark London hotel for Afternoon Tea to unwind after a busy morning or to prepare for a glamorous evening out in The Capital. Browse through our delectable Afternoon Tea menu to set your tastebuds tingling and book now to secure your seat.

    Afternoon tea is served
    Monday Friday: 3.00pm 5.15pm
    Saturday Sunday: 1.30pm 5.15pm

    Kindly note that we have a two hours seating time for our Afternoon Tea

    This festive season, enjoy our sumptuous Christmas Afternoon Tea which includes the likes of rich Spiced Valrhona dark chocolate ganache with a tonka bean cream or delicate chestnut and Madagascan vanilla macaroon.

    Our Christmas Afternoon Tea is priced at 50.00 per person and includes a glass of Ros Champagne.

    – See more at: http://www.landmarklondon.co.uk/en/marylebone-bar-restaurant/winter-garden/winter-garden-afternoon-tea#sthash.jab7Y0aV.dpuf

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    Springhill Hospice is lauded for restoring an empty pub into a tea

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    Springhill Hospice is lauded for restoring an empty pub into a tea room

    Pamela Gray, team leader (left) and Sarah-Lee Ford, income services manager at Springhill Hospice

    Springhill Hospice has been praised for its ‘inventive’ work to renovate an empty pub.

    The charity received an award from Hospice UK in recognition of its transformation of The Craven Heifer into Springhill Tea Rooms and Gift Shop at the Craven.

    The Broad Lane site had been derelict for two years, but was taken on by the hospice in early 2014 and revamped into the building to sell cuppas, cakes and other items to raise funds for the charity.

    Now, the venture, which was launched last December, has received the Most Inventive Hospice Retail Initiative Award at the recent Hospice UK Retail Conference.

    Julie Halliwell, chief executive at Springhill Hospice said: “I am delighted that we have won this award. Staff and volunteers have worked so hard to renovate the premises and get the tea room and gift shop up and running.

    They very much deserve recognition for the work they have done. It is increasingly difficult to secure the funds we need to operate the Hospice, and we are constantly looking for innovative income generation schemes.

    “The sale of the pub came at just the right time for us, and gave us an opportunity to house our income services team at the same time as developing the tea room and gift shop. We are very grateful to the public for continuing to support us so well.”

    The tea room has space for 60 customers and serves home made treats such as crumpets, sandwiches, cakes, soup and afternoon tea. An outdoor seating area is being set up for the summer months.

    Sarah-Lee Ford, income services manager at Springhill Hospice added: “Opening the tea rooms has been one of our biggest challenges for the income services team.

    However, it’s also been one of the most rewarding seeing people meeting friends and enjoying a cake and a catch up whilst making money for the hospice.”

    Antonia Bunnin, director of Hospice Support and Development at Hospice UK, added: “In recent years there have been lots of headlines about pub closures and empty premises in our communities.

    “The way that Springhill Hospice has brought this old building back to life, back to the community – all while raising vital funds for hospice care – is a wonderfully impressive and creative initiative that deserves to be recognised.”

    Got a story in your area?

    Is there something happening in your area you would like us to report on?

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    Advertising Department

    M.E.N. Media is one of the north west’s largest media providers and reaches 7 out of 10 people in Greater Manchester every week.

    Online, manchestereveningnews.co.uk welcomes 2.4million unique users who experience12.4million page views every month.

    Our newspapers include the flagship Manchester Evening News – Britain’s largest circulating regional daily with up to 130,485 copies – as well as 20 local weekly titles across Greater Manchester, Cheshire and Lancashire.

    Free morning newspaper, The Metro, published every weekday, is also part of our portfolio, delivering more than 200,000 readers in Greater Manchester.

    Greater Manchester Business Week is the region’s number one provider of business news andfeatures, targeting a bespoke business audience with 12,687 copies every Thursday.

    Every month, M.E.N. Media’s print products reach 2.2 million adults, spanning from Accrington in the north to Macclesfield in the south.

    To benefit from this unique, unrivalled audience, call M.E.N Media on 0161 832 7200 or click here to fill in our contact form .

    For more advertising contacts click here .

    The Editor

    Rob Irvine

    Editor, Manchester Evening News
    editor-in-chief MEN Media and Trinity Mirror Huddersfield

    Contact 0161 832 7200

    Rob Irvine was appointed editor-in-chief of MEN Media and Trinity Mirror Huddersfield in April 2012.

    Rob joined Trinity Mirror in 2001 and was editor of the Daily Post North Wales for seven years. He was also publishing director for Trinity Mirror North Wales and Cheshire.

    He grew up in Stockport, Greater Manchester and has worked in the local newspaper industry for 27 years.

    Journalists

    Richard Wheatstone Blackley, Cheetham Hill, Crumpsall, Collyhurst, Harpurhey, Openshaw, Moston, Newton Heath, Ancoats, Clayton, Gorton, Ardwick Amy Glendinning Moss Side, Hulme, Whalley Range, Longsight, Rusholme, Levenshulme, Burnage Chris Slater North and East Manchester Emily Heward Digital Journalist Emma Flanagan Digital Journalist