This quaint little café in one of Guildford’s little old cottages is absolutely gorgeous!! I went there with my two work besties – the lovely Kez and Kimmie. The café is in a cute old cottage, built in the 1920s. You can sit out the front on the decking, or inside by the fire.
There is a gift shop inside; that sells girly, whimsical and French inspired home wares. In another little nook is a perfect room for a private high tea. There are two tables and it looks like it could seat about 14 people. The high tea is $32, which includes endless tea and coffee. A group of ladies on the next table from us had a three tiered china platter brimming with sweet and savoury treats. There were macaroons, scones, cupcakes, sandwiches and mini savoury tarts. It looked fabulous – I will most certainly be returning for that!!
Maddison Cottage has delicious freshly baked cakes, cookies, scones, savoury muffins and tarts. They also have excellent quality tea and coffee (Yahava coffee, T2 etc).
We were there for a spot of afternoon tea. We had Super Moist Chocolate Cake (Kez said it was super moist and delicious), Orange and Almond Cake (which was perfect for the gluten free Miss Kimmie), Ginger slice was very tasty and zingy and Little Chef had a chocolate Cookie – which he practically inhaled. We all loved the baked goodies and the coffee was fab.
The staff are very welcoming – I almost felt like I was having afternoon tea at their home!! “Maddy’s” is a fantastic place for a girly catch up, it has a lovely atmosphere and I just loved their miss-match shabby chic crockery – it’s all in the detail. You can tell a lot of love has been put into this super cute café