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Afternoon tea: Malmaison Hotel

Living abroad means I often miss important events or occasions: birthdays, wedding anniversaries, Mother’s Day. After tirelessly searching online for the “Perfect Mother’s Day” gift to no avail, I decided to book afternoon tea for Mum and I when I arrived home for Easter. 448 more words

Guest Post by William Ellis-Rees – ‘Empress Josephine and the creation of Malmaison’ – All Things Georgian

We would once again like to welcome back to our blog, Classics teacher and author of  The Elephant of Exeter Change: A Tale of Cruelty and Confinement in Georgian London, William Ellis-Rees. 77 more words

19th Century

Guest Post by William Ellis-Rees - 'Empress Josephine and the creation of Malmaison'

We would once again like to welcome back to our blog, Classics teacher and author of  The Elephant of Exeter Change: A Tale of Cruelty and Confinement in Georgian London… 934 more words

Our Guests

Prosecco Afternoon Tea @ Malmaison

On Sunday the girls and I went to Malmaison Hotel in Cheltenham for afternoon tea, to celebrate our friend’s 22nd birthday. I’d been here for afternoon tea before so was hoping it was as good as I remembered, and if anything it was better! 92 more words

Lifestyle

Blogmas Day 10: Festive Afternoon Tea at Malmaison

Afternoon tea has seen a rise in popularity recently with many places offering a twist on the traditional sandwich and scone selection. This is something I’ve wanted to try for a long time but never got round to. 397 more words

Christmas

CHAPTER 27 (continued). Paris

The next morning the three ladies did not get up to breakfast to make up for the late night.

Yesterday we passed the Eiffel Tower and I then made up my mind to take the first opportunity to get to the top. 2,433 more words

An evening Chez Mal

Having never visited the Malmaison in Liverpool, the FoodieLiverpool team were incredibly excited to be invited to a bloggers’ dinner for the relaunch of the hotel’s restaurant, Chez Mal. 598 more words

Liverpool