The Captain Farris House Tea Room Re-Opens on February 7th

Look for the monthly themed afternoon tea service...
The stately Captain Farris House in South Yarmouth (Courtesy photo)

The Captain Farris House Tea Room re-opens on Friday, February 7th after a short break for the holidays and New Year.  This beautifully restored, historic B&B in Bass River Village resumes their seasonal Afternoon Tea service through May.  Cape Cod residents and visitors can now return to the Tea Room to relax and enjoy a refreshing afternoon tea in exquisite style at the Captain Farris House. 

The traditional tea service includes three tiers of delectable savories and sweets, including fresh baked scones paired with clotted cream and homemade jams, a selection of savory finger sandwiches, sweet pastries, homemade fruit tarts and bite-size desserts served with a selection of fine tea. 

Local residents and visitors can gather and meet friends and loved ones to celebrate special moments while enjoying a beautiful setting with welcoming service and delectable delights.  The Tea Room is the ideal gathering venue for:  Friends and family meet ups; Book Club meetings; Birthday celebrations; After Church brunch.

As an additional feature, a themed Afternoon Tea service will be scheduled monthly:

  • February 14th  – Valentine’s Day Special Tea
  • March 14th – Downton Abbey on the Cape
  • April 5th  -  Flowers + Tea Book Signing + Tea Tasting
  • May 9th – Mother’s Day Special Tea

The 2020 Afternoon Tea service is available by reservation-only beginning Friday, February 7th and offered Thursdays – Sundays from 11am – 1pm and 2pm - 4pm.

About the Captain Farris House:

The 10-room bed and breakfast is located in the historic Bass River Village of South Yarmouth, Massachusetts, across from the Cultural Center of Cape Cod.  Built in 1845, the Captain Farris House is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.  Jeff and Carol Watson, owners and Innkeepers, are recognized for their unparalleled hospitality and delicious home cooked goodness. 


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