Wednesday, November 10, 2010

Peninsula Tea Gardens

In the charming historic gardens of Tranby House overlooking the beautiful Swan River, you will find an exquisitely furnished tea garden that serves a stylish high tea under pretty white umbrellas. 

Peninsula Tea Gardens is located at the site of one of the first farms in the colony and is the earliest residence still standing in the metropolitan area. Constructed by Joseph Hardey in 1839, Tranby House offers a unique opportunity to explore the first years of European settlement in Western Australia.

Offering dainty sandwiches, cupcakes, chocolate eclairs and strawberries, Peninsula Tea Gardens specialises in 'Traditional Afternoon Tea' as introduced by the Duchess of Bedford in the late 18th Century. 

So if you are searching for the perfect venue to celebrate your special occasion, make sure you visit Peninsula Tea Garden

Have a lovely day!… Anna