The Tearoom of the British Isles
Most famous for its welcome smiles:
Red ivy in the Autumn
The arching bridge of young Welsh Jones
Pont Fawr, then tea to rest your bones
Or have them hanged in Court.
This Farmhouse history is steeper
Than its blood Virginia Creeper
Cross that bridge and pray.
The Conwy river flows beneath
That pretty ivy covered leaf
To turn the page of life.
From 1480 to today
Whenever people have a say
They’ll drink your health.
And people chat, relax and drink
The sights and tastes that make you think
Tradition is Tea.