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With its deep English heritage, certain traditions remain in our province (after-all, it is called British Columbia), despite the passage of decades and huge cross-cultural influences. One of the most delightful vestiges of a bygone time is Afternoon Tea, a tradition that was born in the British aristocracy, and became popular throughout the British Empire. A pause in the afternoon between 3 and 5 with hot tea, crumpets, scones, Devonshire cream, cookies or cucumber sandwiches is a delightful break from a regular routine of breakfast, lunch and dinner.
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Afternoon tea
Eagle's Nest Resort, Anahim Lake

Eagle's Nest Resort, Anahim Lake

Eagle's Nest Resort overlooks beautiful Anahim Lake, with spectacular Tweedsmuir Park on our doorstep.

» Heritage Cabins from: $ 85.00 per night
» Standard Rooms from: $ 85.00 per night
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Anahim Lake, V0L 1C0, PO Box 3403
Ph. 1-800-742-9055 or 250-742-3707

(Accommodations, Cabin - Log Cabin - Cottage, Resort | Adventures/Outdoors/Sports, Canoeing/Kayaking, Skating | Dining, Afternoon tea, Beer/Wine, Family restaurant, Fine dining)

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