Abigail's Tea House: Afternoon Tea
Abigail's Tea House was conceived as an English tea house. The English became obsessed with tea during the Interregnum -- the period between the execution of Charles I in 1649 and the arrival of his son Charles II in London in 1660, which marked the start of the Restoration. The first tea houses or tea rooms began opening their doors in the early 1700's.
We love tea. Abigail's Tea House was conceived as an English tea house where we provide our guests with high tea consisting of light meals and desserts served with tea made from an assortment of the finest teas from around the globe. In addition to our traditional high tea service, you may wish to purchase some of our teas to take home with you.
Abigail's Tea House is located in the old Bank of Montreal building in the historic village of St. George, Ontario at the corner of Main Street South and Highway 5. We are just 93 km from downtown Toronto, 38 km from downtown Hamilton, and 39 km from Kitchener -- an easy drive for a specific trip for your high tea, or swing by to break up your trip on your way to another destination.
Exquisite dining at Abigail's Tea House. Reserve your table by calling (519) 448-3999 today!