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English Teatime

Some prefer tea to coffee, as refined as it is, the tea rooms are generally small boxes with a delicate and flirtatious decoration, often cozy and of British inspiration. It is true that the English teatime is a time of the day that you would not miss for any reason. Imagine a teapot by your side and a pretty plate of homemade pastries in front of you, how can you resist?

In English

Dupont with a Tea

The height of French elegance, this soothing and typical blue tea room conceals fine and delicate sweets. Macarons in spring colors, a great nun with noble aspects, the famous Sévigné with sweet almonds or the lightly scented Proust madeleine. Each pastry is created with love by the Best Craftsman of France Jean-Pierre Etienvre. And if you are more chocolate-minded, you can indulge in a tasty giant square filled with praline in milk or dark chocolate version.

Dupont with a Tea

20, Place Morny 14800 Deauville

Cozy atmosphere

Bar of the Hotel Barrière Le Normandy Deauville

The Bar of the Hotel Barrière Le Normandy has an authentic charm with its wooded walls, its quilted armchairs and its hushed atmosphere in the style worthy of a literary salon. It is the ideal place to sip a fine tea from an organic selection by Pascal Hamour.

Normandy Barriere

Hotel Normandy

38, rue Jean Mermoz 14800 Deauville

The amazing

The Traveller's Counter

Le Comptoir du Voyageur is an amazing place, both a boutique and a tea room, where you can find charming decorative elements such as glassware, candles or linen. In this cozy place there are tables where you can sit down to enjoy a tea accompanied by a traditional pastry such as old-fashioned macaroons or some soft cheeses.

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