Meet at the port of Guildo
It is in a charming old smuggler's house overlooking the ruins of the Guildo castle, whom Eléonore welcomes for a gourmet break.
Hidden upstairs, the tea room is an intimate space that can accommodate fifteen guests. A few tables, deliberately mismatched armchairs, an open kitchen, exposed beams and an “English” decoration, a crazy charm.
Time seems suspended in this little paradise for the eyes and the taste buds.
Eléonore makes it a point of honor to use pfresh, local and seasonal products to prepare the best pastries that she shapes with love before our eyes, like at mom's, like at grandma's. Everything here reminds us of the country of Kate and William: We love the carrot cake, the “so British” scones, not to mention the fabulous old-fashioned hot chocolate, all presented in a delicate porcelain service. And the Sunday brunch is a must.
And if the sun allows it, well bundled up, we enjoy our tea in the garden, with a view of the port of Guildo, and we watch the seals of the Arguenon while sipping our hot drink! What else?
We love, we bring back
In addition to being a tea room, it is also a concept store that offers a fine selection of decorative and gourmet products chosen with care.