Thursday, 17 October 2019

English Scones And Tea At Ye Olde Smokehouse, Cameron Highlands

We have made many trips to Cameron Highlands but this is the first time we visited the Ye Olde Smokehouse in Cameron Highlands. One of us has a friend working there and so we stopped by for a visit and of course to taste their English scones and tea.
Front view of the Smokehouse.
We were interested in the homemade jam and English scones.
Stone cottage.
We want to enjoy the flowers and garden. We took pictures and left behind our footprints.
Fountain in the garden
Sweet pink flowers
Red Anthurium

Pink flowers
Come, let's explore the inside.

Homemade jam and cookies
Unique candle holder
Dining room

After the photography session, it was time to sit down to enjoy our tea and scones.
Paper napkin
I drank my Cameron tea with milk minus the sugar.
We each had a scone.
Strawberry jam and clotted cream for our scones.
This homemade strawberry jam is so delicious.
This was a wonderful experience for me, eating English scones and sipping tea in a beautiful garden.
These was our lunch on the 2nd day of our holiday.
Walking to the car park.
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For the 2nd day's dinner, we had hot pot again just to finish or use up whatever food or ingredients we brought to the highlands.
This time we had 3 packets of fresh mushrooms added to the hot pot. We finally managed to finish all the food and nothing was wasted. We spent the rest of the evening chit chatting and looking through all the photos we had taken. For future trips, we hope to take along some card games to play. 
This cute Snoopy dog picture was hanging in our room.
The 2nd night was not as cold as the first night.

Good news from far away is like cold water to the thirsty.
(Proverbs 25:25, New Living Translation-NLT)


  1. ...this looks like you are in England!

  2. Uma bela casa com um belo jardim e aproveito para desejar a continuação de uma boa semana.

    Dedais de Francisco e Idalisa
    O prazer dos livros

  3. How quaint! Must be lovely to have English tea with scones. I love the multi petal pink flowers. So pretty!

    1. Thank you, PH. The pink flowers look like roses.

  4. I would really have enjoyed this day. Lovely photos.

    1. We enjoyed our tea and scones and the lovely garden.

  5. What a lovely spot to visit! The scones look delicious too! :)

    Hope that your week is going well :)

    Away From Blue

  6. The smokehouse is so beautiful with its lovely garden and flowers. The tea and english scones must be delicious and tasty. I would enjoy a day like this too.

    1. It was time and money worth spending visiting and having tea at this place.

  7. Such a lovely place! Love their garden :-)

  8. Beautiful place to explore and I love scones. I've not had one for a very long time. Need to change that.

    Have a fabulous day, Nancy. ♥

    1. I seldom have scones but I enjoy this very much. Have a fabulous day too!

  9. Wow, this place is awesome! Everywhere you look is gorgeous. And it looks just like an old English country cottage.

  10. Great post dear, so nice and interesting, love it!  

  11. What a gorgeous place - inside and out! I love English tea and scones!

  12. The flowers are lovely. A pretty place.

  13. What a wonderful place to visit, coffee, scones & strawberry jam. Sounds enjoyable Nancy.

    Cruisin Paul

  14. Wow! nice! I must try this tea at the smokehouse. putting it into my bucket list.

  15. wow such a stunning place- very much in English style xx

  16. Thank you for the tour of that beautiful place. It must have been divine to enjoy your tea and scones there.

  17. That's quite a beautiful place, and the food looks so good!

  18. Piękne miejsca i eleganckie śniadanie. Bardzo ładne fotografie:)

  19. Ahh those scones. It has been many years since I went to the Smokehouse. I found the dated interior not quite to my taste, preferred the outside.


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