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The wallpaper, which the Nagles have restored in every detail, surrounds guests in the elegant Colonial Room, where high tea is served Friday and Saturday afternoons.
The travelers were treated to British hospitality and formality, complete with high teas and black-tie dinners.
Beloved 19th-century author Jane Austen’s satire of Georgian Britain’s high teas and grand balls is so slyly entrancing, naïve readers might mistake that world for her own.
Other upscale touches around the grounds include high tea in the parlor off the lobby, valet parking and a saltwater pool with cabanas and Champagne cart service.
Beauty Yesterday, in a lush courtyard in Los Angeles, high tea has been set for Nicole Kidman, who is seated, with not a hint of a slouch, in a mint green pencil dress.
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HIGH TEA Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of high tea for English Language Learners
: an early evening meal at which tea and often cold meat and sandwiches are usually served
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