• at Gypsy's
    INTRODUCING...
    The Kate Pearl Tea Room
  • The Kate Pearl Tea Room
    A TRADITIONAL ENGLISH EXPERIENCE
    at Gypsy's
  • Fine Loose Leaf Teas
    FEATURED TEAS FROM THE KATE PEARL TEA ROOM
  • Our Signature Blends
    FEATURED TEAS FROM THE KATE PEARL TEA ROOM
  • Special Tea Events
    A GREAT PLACE FOR A GATHERING
  • Kate Pearl's Tea Service
    ENGLISH TEA DINING
  • BOOK THE "LITTLE HOUSE"
    Children's Tea Parties
  • ENJOY YOUR TEAS AT HOME
    A Variety of Teas
  • The Perfect Gifts
    TREAT YOURSELVES TO A SHOPPING TRIP
  • WARM UP THIS WINTER...
    With a cup of hot tea
  • WE'RE EXCITED TO SEE YOU
    A Carroll County Tearoom

 

Visit The Kate Pearl Tea Room for a traditional English Afternoon Tea Experience in Westminster, Maryland

The Kate Pearl Tea Room provides the tea patron with an intimate setting, paying special attention to the formal English table, menus, standards and style of service.

 

Housed in the William Winchester House (circa 1760) in Westminster, Maryland, the location and charm of the original building authenticates and enhances your tea experience at The Kate Pearl Tea Room. Menus are primarily based on traditional recipes. All aspects of the tea cuisine are freshly prepared on the day of your visit.

The inn’s many amenities, rural setting, and beautiful grounds add to its charm and provide the perfect setting for your dining experience or event.  READ MORE

 

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Announcement from Gypsy
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  To all my faithful guests and for those of you that we hope will join us in the future…I will be retiring and have sold the tearoom to a lovely mother-daughter team whom I think will carry on... Read More

Gypsy’s in Tea Time
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Did you know that Gypsy’s was featured in the latest edition of Tea Time magazine as one of 15 notable tearooms that have withstood the test of time. We are coming up on 21 years! The editor, Lorna Reeves... Read More

Let’s Talk Tea…
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Session 1: A few basic facts to start…Countless types of tea are produced and enjoyed globally, and although they might look and taste very different, they are all made from the leaves of the evergreen plant, Camellia Sinensis.  As... Read More