Thursday, March 18, 2010

Afternoon Tea at the Prince of Wales Hotel at Waterton Lake NP


In August 2003, we enjoyed afternoon tea at the Prince of Wales Hotel
at Waterton Lake National Park in Alberta, Canada
 is our family's choice for "afternoon tea with the best view."
The table set with beautiful Royal Doulton - Royal Albert
Lady Carlyle china, the delicious menu, and the
servers dressed in Scottish plaid kilts, added to the magical ambiance
of this afternoon tea experience. 
Waterton Lakes National Park is the Canadian extension of Glacier National Park.
We had tea on two different afternoons. 
Can you see the hotel in the background in the
photo below on Waterton Lake?
 

8 comments:

Angela McRae said...

Oh my goodness, yes! What a view!!!

Bernideen said...

How fabulous that you have been able to personally visit so many wonderful tea rooms....

Steph said...

Wow - look how much AJ's grown!

Marilyn said...

I totally agree! What a view and the ambiance inside looks wonderful too. Servers in kilts, now I would like to see that.

bennie and patsy said...

That place is beautiful and AJ is so cute.
Patsy

La Tea Dah said...

A beautiful table --- and a perfect family adventure. I always enjoyed taking my little boys to tea! I think it helps them to grow up with good manners. From your posts and adventures, I know that is happening in your family as well.

LaTeaDah
Gracious Hospitality

JamaGenie said...

Tea served in kilts and a breath taking view! Prince of Wales Hotel is *definitely* on my must-visit list! Thanks for sharing!

parTea lady said...

I grew up in Canada, but never had the pleasure of afternoon tea at the Prince of Wales Hotel. That certainly is a spectacular view!

 

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