Like watching the sun rise or seeing a baby climb down from a tree on its own, drinking tea can help you relax. Soothe your senses with this Groupon.
Choose from Four Options
- $39 for tea and a manor tour for one (up to $60 value)
- $75 for tea and a manor tour for two (up to $120 value)
- $145 for tea and a manor tour for four (up to $240 value)
- $285 for tea and a manor tour for eight (up to $480 value)
Rosemont Manor’s [tea service](http://www.rosemont1811.com/tea) features a three-course menu of sandwiches, scones, and sweets. Each course is served with a black, green, or rooibos tea that’s been locally sourced from [Tea for All Reasons](http://www.teaforallreasons.com/) in Winchester.
Manor tours last approximately 30 minutes and canvass the outside grounds, as well as the grand foyer, the Nimitz Lounge, and the grand portico of a historic site frequented by multiple US presidents. Arrive 30 minutes early to begin your tour prior to the tea service. Tea is held on select dates and times; see the [website](http://rosemont1811.com/tea/#sthash.2tOWSTpi.dpbs) for a current schedule.
Historic Rosemont Manor
What do Franklin Delano Roosevelt, Dwight D. Eisenhower, John F. Kennedy, Lyndon B. Johnson, and Richard M. Nixon all have in common besides their occupancy of the Oval Office? Each former president has experienced the Southern hospitality, historic charms, and bountiful breakfasts of the Historic Rosemont Manor. Set on 60 acres of rolling Virginian real estate, the Georgian-style manor has endured more than 200 years of presidential visitations, drawing favorable comparisons to Mount Vernon, Monticello, and James Madison’s groovy pad.
A visit to the main manor house takes guests beneath a columned portico. Inside, tour-goers view the main floor of the manor, including such rooms as a grand foyer, a parlor, and a sunroom. Outside on the property’s expansive grounds, mature oaks and poplars provide shade for azaleas, dogwoods, and an intriguing abundance of rare trees.