We booked the front room at La Rosa Hotel for pink champagne afternoon tea after our civil partnership at Whitby registry office (which is a couple of minutes walk up the road) in May and we could't have hoped for a lovelier venue and reception! The staff were attentive, but not overbearing. The cakes were moist and tasty, the champagne was pink and bubbly, and the decor suitably vintage! The mixed sets of teacups and saucers and the incredible items of interest around the room kept everyone talking. And the staff were only too happy to bring coffee instead of tea for my mum! They were also happy for us to spend as long as we wanted in the room, which was lovely as we didn't feel rushed at all. And at £15 per person, it was cracking value for money too.
A couple of days after we were at La Rosa, one of the women who worked there sent us a lovely email, which we were so grateful for. It was so nice for us that she had taken the time to share with us how much they had also enjoyed our celebration, and such a small gesture meant a lot to us. In short, I would recommend the tea rooms every day of the week!
- Official Description (provided by the hotel):
- La Rosa Hotel and Campsite aim to offer our guests something a little bit out of the ordinary. Whitbys history is full of fairytales and folklore, and at La Rosa we to embrace it's magical nature. With views over to the Abbey you can almost picture Lewis Carol sitting at the window and brainstorming on one of his many trips to the building all those years ago.... The hotel offers 8 double rooms and a three bedroomed apartment. All themed differently. You can stay in the Wild West or Arabia. Depending on your sensibilities! The campsite offers 10 caravans and a barn decorated splendiferously. Not quite glamping more like camping. There is no electricity in the caravans, leaving candle light and fires to light your way at night. ... more less
- Also Known As:
- La Rosa Hotel And Campsite