Sunday, 23 January 2011

Seaham Hall

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Today, due to other obligations, I am missing out on tea with my ladies. So it seemed appropriate to post these pictures from our last visit, taken before Christmas. I met my dear friends at Seaham Hall in County Durham for Afternoon Tea. There are some lovely places in the North East of England to go for tea, we are very spoiled for choice. It's a beautiful place serving delicious food. And I couldn't help but take some shots of my friends' accessories too.

35 comments:

  1. Wow! That looks like a fantastic afternoon tea! Those chocolate caramel shortbread things look scrumptious!
    x

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  2. Oh my! It's beautiful. Like some modern indian palace.
    And that weaved Chanel bag is just wonderful
    x

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  3. Oh, everything exudes class and elegance! Beautiful pictures:)

    xx

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  4. Oh my, that looks so delicious! Lovely photographs by the way :).

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  5. amazing choice of food, in such a beautiful setting! It's made me rather hungry! x

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  6. Gorgeous! I'm due another afternoon tea, it's been ages since I last had one!

    x

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  7. Beautiful photos - I need to pay it a visit! x

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  8. Wow, that looks absolutely stunning! I could eat it all (:

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  9. I just adore your pictures! I wish my Sunday had something this glamorous lined up but instead it will be a day of dying my hair and cleaning my flat!

    Penny x

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  10. gosh what a place! I definitely want to visit sometime in the future; it looks divine!

    Great photography as always.

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  11. It looks absolutely decadent and divine!

    Leia

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  12. Ooh yum, those millionaires shortbreads look amazing!

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  13. I so love afternoon tea! And with champagne, even more decadent! xx

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  14. We will be spending part of the summer close to Newcastle, so I will take good note of it.
    Your photos are soooooooooooo fantastic, ahhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhh.
    XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX

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  15. These photos are so beautiful!
    I love teatime. :D

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  16. Such a gorgeous location! And the perfect food to match... I was practically drooling at the cakes and shortbreads. The only thing more delectable is that beautiful Chanel purse...

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  17. This looks delicious, I love seeing the photos of all the interesting places you go for tea and cake around Northern England and further a field.

    Hope you manage to see your friends again soon and you have more photos to share with us!

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  18. the tea looks amazing, all those delicious looking sandwiches and cakes yumyumyum. I've neber gone for a proper afternoon tea but I've been wanting to go to ones for yonks now. Seasam Hall looks absolutely lovely =)


    Hannah xx

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  19. I definitely need to go to Seaham Hall this year, can't believe I've never been!

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  20. This looks beautiful. My afternoon tea venue of choice is the Marine Hotel in North Berwick - only 30 mins from Edinburgh and fab location by the sea. xx
    We Shop Therefore We Are

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  21. WHat a perfectly lovely day out- going for a tea! :) Gotta give that a try with my girls! :)

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  22. Oooohh, this is just gorgeous. I was wondering where the Chanel bag comes in... Way stylish friends! xoxo

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  23. Beautiful photos as always! I would love to go and have afternoon tea, you cna't go wrong with tiny cakes and sandwiches :)

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  24. Looks utterly delish! Gorgeous pics as always my friend x

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  25. I love these photographs! May I ask what lens you were using?

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  26. I love the pictures you took and i can't help but have to comment on how lovely the heart-shaped omelette is!

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  27. I adore your blog!
    I am doing a giveaway on my blog right now and would love to have you enter!
    http://bonjourfrenchie.blogspot.com/

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  28. Oh I want to go for afternoon tea with you! You always go to the most delightful places!! :)
    xoxo
    Meg

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  29. Lovely pictures! Loving the elephant.

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  30. WOW!! What a place!! I love the elephant, the pastry holders, the lil packaged butter, & wow what a place it must be for an afternoon tea!! =)

    Melanie's Randomness

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  31. My Dad designed the original branding and logo for Seaham Hall, and my Mum did all the styling and decorating for the hotel rooms ect. I remember her spending ages choosing that Buddha! Its really lovely to see that you liked it there so much! x

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  32. I LOVE this so much, you are making me hungry though! I really want the elephant- it is adorable :)

    Maria xxx

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  33. swah - it's a 50mm

    meg - anytime!!

    nancy straughan - thank you so much for your comment - this is what i love about blogging!

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  34. Thank you so much, that really means a lot to me. Me and my mum are really lucky because the owners gave us life time passes for the spa, so I'm lucky enough to visit really often! You have a beautiful blog btw, one of my favorites! :)

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