Skagit’s Own Antique Tea Room

Skagit’s Own Antique Tea Room

Olde Towne Grainery Tea Room and Galleria

Feel the stress of everyday life melt away as you step through the doors of the Olde Towne Grainery Tea Room. The quaint, decorated rooms are inviting to any tea lover and anyone interested in a quiet afternoon with delicious treats. But this eclectic tea room is for more than sipping a hot beverage. It's also a perfect place to shop for that special someone.


Premium Loose Leaf Tea

Purchase any of the premium loose leaf teas offered on their menu in a small 2 oz package. Patrons at the Tea Room love the summery Haiku Peach herbal tea, the delicate Jasmine Pearl green tea, and the refreshing French Breakfast black tea.


Tea Accessories

Browse the Olde Towne Grainery Tea Room's unique collection of highly decorated tea sets, adorable tea cups, strainers and other accessories. You'll even find something for the tiniest tea lover in your life, like their precious children's tea sets, perfect for an afternoon of enchanted make believe.


Antiques And Art

The shop is decorated throughout with antiques, many on sale now. You'll love the tea sets (some from the 1800's), silver waterpots, silver tea sets, and more. Photographs and paintings line the wall, many coming from local artists and Tea Room regulars. Sharon and George Eldridge, the owners, can provide more information on any of these lovely items.


These specialty products are available all year long, but if you'd like to shop this holiday season, the Tea Room offers a unique treat. The shop owners take a full four days to decorate for the winter months. You'll find a number of decorated trees, perfectly hung 24 karat gold ornaments, and winter villages on display inside the shop this winter!


But you don't have to wait for the holidays to find out how wonderful the Olde Towne Grainery Tea Room is. Stroll in Wednesday through Saturday 11am to 4pm to enjoy an afternoon tea, shop the antiques and soak up the tranquil atmosphere. It's perfect for a midday get away.


See it for yourself. They are located on the 2nd floor of the iconic Mount Vernon Grainery.