It is with sorrow that I announce that I do not intend to re-open the Swan House as a Tea Room. While I feel badly and will miss seeing all the wonderful people who have come to enjoy lunch and afternoon tea with us, Covid remains a concern, especially as the Delta variant continues to rage.

I don't want to risk being the place where any of my wonderful customers or staff comes to be exposed to the Coronavirus. For the safety of us all, I have made the difficult decision to close the Tea Room.

I hope to be able to see you all from time to time out and about in the world. I also want to thank you all for so many wonderful memories of your joy and laughter over the years. It has been my pleasure to serve you and my honor to be a small part of so many special events and lovely times as you joined us for tea.
May God hold you in the palm of His hand.


A trip back in time...

If you enjoy an historic setting for High Tea, you'll enjoy a visit to downtown Loveland's Swan House, a Celtic Tea Room. This beautiful historic home, built in 1908, has been restored and renovated into a Tea Room and a boutique.

Walking into The Swan House gives you the feeling of walking back in time to the early 20th century. Each room is tastefully decorated with a variety of antiques including furniture, wall-hangings, linens, clothing, collectibles, and much more. Most of these lovely items are for sale.

A cozy entry leads you through the front door to a large living room with an elaborate fireplace and mantel as the centerpiece. The living room also has an original gas and electric fleur-de-lis chandelier that matches the fleur-de-lis design on the fireplace surround. At the back of the living room, beautiful fretwork separates it from the formal dining room.

To the right of the dining room is the former music room, which is now a retail room with an adjoining full bathroom with a clawfoot tub. From the back a door leads into the kitchen.

To the right of the living room, an L-shaped stairway rises past windows to a large open landing. Off the landing is a small dining room, a sitting room, and a bath with an adjoining child size space furnished as a toyroom.

This beautifully restored two-story residence was originally built by the Swan family, who opened a grocery business in Loveland in the late 1800's.

An elegant Tea Room

A special place to meet that special friend or friends.

An ideal place for parties, gatherings, anniversaries, showers and meetings.

A perfect spot for any special occasion.

Victorian elegance at Victorian prices.
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Click Here to read the article written about The Swan house by the Loveland Reporter Herald.