Monday, 21 May 2012

White Rabbit Teahouse









Matt and I recently spent the afternoon in the White Rabbit Teahouse -  a little haven located down a quiet side street, tucked away from the hustle and bustle of central Nottingham. If I owned a teashop, this is what it would look like - a pretty little place filled with bunting, vintage china and shabby chic decor. I love the little bench that sits at the front of the window The teahouse is small which creates a friendly, intimate ambiance, and it's the perfect retreat for resting tired feet and recuperating after a day filled with shopping.

There are all sorts of quaint delights on offer - a range of cakes and scones adorn the cake stands inside, whilst there's a selection of sandwiches and paninis to choose from if you fancy something savoury. I opted for a pot of chamomile, honey and vanilla tea to accompany my scone with clotted cream and jam, and it was just as delicious as it looks! The White Rabbit is such a charming teahouse, we'll certainly be returning here for more afternoon tea.

For my outfit, I thought I'd embrace the pastel trend, pairing my pink Primark blazer with a super soft mint green t-shirt from ASOS and accessorising with my Michael Kors watch and Cinderela B Luxe Neon Bracelet. My iPhone tells me there's sun on it's way this week (at last!) so I'll be making the most of it and wearing all the pretty, summery clothes I've acquired and not yet had chance to wear!

14 comments:

  1. This place looks so cute! Just my cup of tea (sorry...) It's great to find nice little independent places x

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  2. You look beautiful Amy. Really lovely. I've been wanting to go to White Rabbit for so long now. I have a friend who lives in Nottingham so I'm going to suggest we go when I go and visit xx

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  3. Oh no u shared a fabulous secret ;-) love love this little gem of a tea room x

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  4. that looks amazing, i want to go!!

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  5. Afternoon tea is the best part of the day, pleased to hear that you didn't abstain from the cake! My current favourite is Earl Grey green tea and carrot cake some how both sinful and virtuous, but not good for squeezing into my made to measure corset dress that arrived at the weekend!

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  6. This looks like such a cute tea room. Your pastel outfit is perfect for afternoon tea! x

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  7. Love this so much! What a beautiful place and a fabulous outfit! Xxxxx

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  8. I adore places like this, just as much as afternoon tea itself! I wish I lived in a place that had places like this all over! Ah, we can only dream! Lovely outfit too :) XX

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  9. I love this tea house! Stumbled upon it whilst visiting the boyfriend in Nottingham a few months ago and loved it, the decor is perfect! x

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  10. I live in Nottingham and I never knew this existing which is quite upsetting actually! I know where it is though so next time I'm in town I am on a mission to find this gorgeous place xo

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  11. That is so cute! I wish there was something like that round where I live :( You're stunning by the way xo

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  12. Oh I've been there with my sister who lives in Nottingham!

    Absolutely beautiful, and heart your phone case <3

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  13. This looks like my kind of place :) I adore teacups and afternoon tea, but I don't actually like 'tea'! Weird.

    Your outfit looks just perfect too! Loving pastels xx

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  14. love your outfit! The place looks so cute too!

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