This post is a yummy one…
I recently spent the afternoon with two of my best friends in the world, on a Frieda’s Tearoom bus, travelling along the Bournemouth coastline while enjoying a delicious afternoon tea!
Everything from the decor to the service was just lovely and once we’d taken our seats upstairs on the bus, we didn’t know where to start with the heavenly spread laid out in front of us!
From macaroons to sandwiches, cakes and scones we were in for a treat and it took us a little while to decide where to start.
The girls were so thoughtful in planning ahead to definitely make sure that Frieda and the team know that I am vegetarian.
Of course, being on a moving bus means that we had to be extra careful with our orange juice, coffee and hot chocolate. Luckily we avoided spillages as our hot drinks were served in these coffee cups and there were cup holders in the tables – every tiny detail had been thought about 🙂
We hopped on the bus at Bournemouth pier and the journey took us along the cliff top to Hengistbury Head.
Our driver was also a knowledgeable guide and told us things about the coastline we never even knew, despite growing up in the local area!
We were so lucky with the weather and our afternoon was blessed by some glorious Autumnal sunshine!
We certainly polished off our plates, but who could really blame us?! The scones were my highlight, a classic for afternoon tea 🙂
Thanks so much again to the both of you, it was an unforgettable birthday present!
Have you spotted Frieda’s afternoon tea bus in Bournemouth? Do you have a tea bus where you live?
Let me know! I’d love to hear all about it! 🙂