A Country Experience
Willowbrook Manor sits amid beautiful Skagit Valley farmland, four miles East of Sedro Woolley, WA. The Estate features two acres of chamomile, expansive lawns and meandering paths that lead to quaint gardens, the cottage greenhouse and peaceful reflecting pool. It is the perfect place to enjoy Tea Time, Tea and Tour, and Weeding and Tea or book a private party, picnic, or corporate retreat.
Willowbrook Manor is a private residence that opens its doors to the public on special occasions to offer a unique English Tea experience. Make your reservations for Tea and Tulips happening in April, Mothers Tea in May, Harvest Tea in October, and Holiday Tea in December.
Private parties can be scheduled year round. Click here for pricing and availability.
Tea & Tour
Tea and Tour combines the aura of English Tea with charming bicycle tours that showcase the farmland and historic towns that surround Willowbrook Manor. Guests will begin their country experience with Tea & Scones followed by a bicycle tour of their selection. Tours range from 8 to 12 miles on comfortable bikes and flat terrain. Group discounts provide a great way to celebrate special occasions, make a family memory, or facilitate team-building.
Treat your board members or staff to a day at Willowbrook Manor. The peaceful setting, great food and warm ambiance create a meeting space that augments productivity.
Weeding and Tea
Connect with friends, with soil, and with yourself through Weeding and Tea. This country experience begins with tea and scones under the tea tent overlooking the chamomile field. Gloves, straw hats, weeding wagon and umbrellas are provided to make your weeding time enjoyable and comfortable. Tea sandwiches and salad lunch finish off a morning of connecting. The time guests spend weeding helps Willowbrook Manor’s outreach efforts as profits from the chamomile field are used for humanitarian aid.
Willowbrook Manor English Tea House and Chamomile Farm provides a rural haven where people can take time to make connections with each other, with nature, and with themselves. It is the well of welcome where experiences are flavored with the tradition of tea.