Visitors to this enchanting Island are awed by its magnificent blue waters and calming breezes, where time stands still and sensations of taste and smell are awakened.
Let the winds transport you to the Blue Winds Tea Room.
You will recognize the aroma of home made soups, the dusting of sugar and cinnamon along the country road.
We welcome you to come in for a heart-warming spot of tea.
The namesakes of our Tea Room "Blue Winds" reflects a single moment in time suspended in our memory :the awe-inspiring landscape of endless blue skies and sparkling blue waters.
In 1988, we had started the "Blue Winds Tea Room" at the rear of an Antique and Gift Shop located in the heart of New London village. After some seven years, we decided to renovate our own home where New London and Clinton meet, where it stands today.
For many seasons, the winds have been bringing great numbers of people from across the globe through our doors, several of whom we are privileged to welcome back.
We hope that you, too, will include the "Blue Winds Tea Room" on your next visit to our beautiful island.
Our season begins in mid-May through Canadian Thanksgiving in mid-October.
Summer is short on the Island - the ambrosia of wildflowers and country gardens blend with the savory delights of oven and market fresh creations.
We do most of our baking and cooking from scratch and use only fresh ingredients carefully selected at the market. What is uniquely Blue Winds is the eclectic medley of dishes and desserts - not typically of the one cuisine or another - but you may find a smattering here and there of the orient. Variety is, after all, the spice of life.
We are devoted to the familiar works of L. M. Montgomery and our research has taken us through the Island recipes of 19th century cooking : New Moon Pudding from L. M. M.'s Journal; Raspberry Cordial from an old cookbook; as well as Afternoon Tea that was a pleasant tradition in days of old.
Through our passion to create, we also began to dabble in arts and crafts, producing unique pieces particularly during the winter months, from "lists to make" which are posted on our Tea Room shelves and on the walls for the following season.
Mark focuses on his woodworking with book cases to miniature cupboards, while Terry has become known for her "Sculpey Art", three dimensional miniatures vignettes, all uniquely original.
Mon 11:30 am to 5:00 pm
Tue 11:30 am to 5:00 pm
Wed 11:30 am to 5:00 pm
Thu 2 :00 pm to 5 :00 pm
Fri 11:30 am to 5:00 pm
Sat 11:30 am to 5:00 pm
Sun 11:30 am to 5:00 pm
Thursdays open from 2:00p m.to 5: 00p.m.
We serve Tea and Desserts and Afternoon Teas only.
Our regular meal nemu is not available Thank you
10746 New London Rd. (on Route 6)
1/2 km West of the New London intersection.