NOTICE: The Scarbrough Haven Holiday Tour of Homes has been cancelled. 
Due to some unforeseen circumstances and the persistent rain lately, we have decided to cancel the upcoming Holiday Tour of Homes at Scarbrough Haven. The rain has caused the grounds to become waterlogged to such an extent that it would make access around the property difficult to navigate for both drivers and pedestrians alike due to washed away paths and/or boggy conditions.
We apologize for the cancellation, especially to those of you who have already made travel and accommodation plans. Unfortunately, these were circumstances which were beyond our control, but we look forward to seeing everybody at our Scottish Afternoon Tea at the end of January or our annual Emory Blooms Azalea Tour event in the spring.

Scottish Tea at Scarbrough Haven

Date: Saturday, January 26, 2019
Time: 2:00 pm – 3:30 pm
Cost: $25, payable by check or cash at the door
Location: 2769 County Road 3160, Emory, TX 75440
Register for the WAIT LIST:  Click Here
  • UPDATE: Our Scottish Tea sold out in one day. We now have a wait list for those that would still like to attend. Sometimes, people’s plans change at the last minute and we are able to move people from the wait list to the registered list. Also, if it looks like the weather may be pleasant, we may open up some seating outdoors.
  • What comes to mind when you hear the words ‘Scottish food’? Haggis? Shortbread? Porridge? (with a nice side of Scotch, Bagpipes, Kilts, and Braveheart?) The food of Scotland may not exactly have a reputation for being ‘fine dining’ or ‘haute cuisine’, but it is actually quite wholesome, filling, and surprisingly tasty. With its rolling, rural hillsides, clear coastal waters and lush, fertile lands Scotland’s natural abundance of game, dairy products, fish, fruit, and vegetables is the chief factor in traditional Scots cooking, with a high reliance on simplicity and a lack of spices from abroad. Join us as we once again, visit a far-away land for an Afternoon Tea at Scarbrough Haven. Don’t worry, we won’t serve any weird or strange food (ie. Haggis). Instead, we have a delightful menu planned for our guests involving traditional Scottish finger food and pastries.