Debbie Macomber Tea Room

2016-05-23T08-55-30-964Another great day trip close to home is Debbie Macomb’s Tea Room and Good Yarn shop in Port Orchard, Washington.

When I first moved to Jubilee in 2013 I joined the local Red Hat group. I’d never thought I would ever do this, but they were going on so many great day trips. I’ve never been sorry, especially with this lunch trip to Port Orchard.

My pictures don’t do it justice so you may want to visit the website at http://victoriantearoomandgifts.com There is a gift shop adjoining the Tea Room where you’ll find ‘special’ selections. It isn’t a large place and the food is exceptional so I’d recommend you make reservations.

2016-05-23T08-55-30-946Next to the Tea Room is the Good Yarn shop where the colors alone make you want to get creative. Even if you don’t knit or crochet it is an experience to see all the beautiful yarns.

Of course there are Debbie’s books and I can never pass up a chance to buy the latest good read. I selected “Last One Home”. Cassie Carter and her two sisters were close growing up, but all that changed when she ran away and married a man that caused an estrangement with her family.

Now with the end of her marriage she is back in Seattle and working to pick up her life for herself and her daughter. Mending her relationship with her sisters tells the  power of love and family in regaining what they lost.

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9 responses to “Debbie Macomber Tea Room

  1. What a FUN day trip to take. A lot of folks will be very jealous that you live so close to this. 🙂 So, is that entire building the tea and yarn shop? It looks pretty big.

  2. There are two buildings. The Tea House with gift shop and the Good Yarns shop that houses Debbie’s offices in addition to the Yarn Shop and I think something else. I’m thinking this might be an outing for your Mother as the food is exceptional. Both menu and High Tea.

  3. Looks like a fun trip. Maybe I’ll convince my sister to take a day trip up there, we both love High Tea.

  4. Valerie J. Patterson

    Oh that tearoom sounds wonderful, Lavada. So you’re a red hatter? Cool. Would love to see a photo of you and your group in their hats!

  5. How pretty that looks and what a fun visit. What is a red hatter?

    • It was a fun visit and I loved the book I picked up. If you haven’t read Macomber you’re in for a treat and ‘Last One Home’ is one of her best stories.

      The Red Hats – Here’s the blurb from wikipedia “The Red Hat Society (RHS) is an international social organization originally founded in 1998 in the United States for women age 50 and beyond, but now open to women of all ages. Today, there are over 20,000 chapters in the United States and over 30 other countries.” There’s no doubt a chapter in your area. Our chapter is made up of some fantastic, fun women who are a joy to run around with.

  6. Sounds a good day out. Thanks too for explaining the Red Hat Society, have never heard of it. Tricia, sounds like we need to set up one here! 🙂

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