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Afternoon Tea at The Crooked House of Windsor

England Crooked House of Windsor


Originally a butcher shop, The Crooked House of Windsor has been around since 1592.  Over the centuries, many businesses have come and gone, but currently it houses one of England’s quaintest tea rooms.   Yes, the building is actually slanted!  Though I would not call myself an tea aficionado, I certainly took part in dining on tea and scones in several of England’s various tea rooms and loved every minute of it.  There’s something about afternoon tea that makes me feel so classy.  I stumbled upon a photo of this tea house on Pinterest and added it to my Windsor day trip itinerary immediately.  Windsor is one of the perfect afternoon trips from London as it’s about an hour’s train ride away.




Nearest train stations to Windsor from London: Paddington & Waterloo

Tara Higgins

Tara Higgins

Tara loves all things London and wants to spend the rest of her life reading books in beautiful places. She can often be found nestled up in a bookshop, drinking a pint at the pub, or searching for the best pizza slice in town.

  • Gabi @ Books & Trips

    Ah, so British! I love it! Can’t wait to get to England one day and spend an afternoon in a tea house!

    January 9, 2016 at 3:14 AM