New Riondel tea house

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Simon Lazarchuck and Henri Thomas are serving tea at their new location in Riondel.

The small community of Riondel is delighted to welcome a new seasonal Tea House owned and operated by Simon Lazarchuck and his partner Henri Thomas. Beautifully situated, it overlooks the Riondel Marina and North Bay Beach and Campground on Kootenay Lake.  Simon shares his love of vintage china as he carefully prepares afternoon tea for those who love to partake in his dainty morsels and choice of teas.  This perfect afternoon resting spot see many return visits from local residents and campground visitors alike. Open for the season until mid September from 1:00-4:00 pm Friday, Saturday and Sunday afternoons, Simon and Henri offer a wonderful ambiance for tea teetotalers and coffee drinkers too! Bring your bathing suit and afternoon tea attire and visit Simply Simon’s Tea House in beautiful Riondel B.C.


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