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A Petite Piece of Paris

I bet you didn’t know you can visit Paris in Fort Langley, but it’s true. Right here on Glover Road in a beautiful, and some believe haunted heritage home, resides the most wonderful Parisian-inspired boutique and café – Little White House & Co.

The local gem, run by Cheryl Krecsy and her daughter Natasha Krecsy, carries everything from clothing and spa-quality products to lovely home décor items. In every nook and cranny there’s a whimsical treasure sure to delight. It truly is one of the most unique shopping experiences here in the Fraser Valley.

Photo Courtesy of Kendall Del Frarri

Little White House Retail

This boutique is a go-to when looking for the perfect gift for the ladies in your life, or a little something for yourself – after all, you are worth it!

And, if fantastic shopping isn’t enough to tickle your fancy, be sure not to miss their Salon Café. I recently had the opportunity to pay them a visit and enjoy their Little White House Champagne Afternoon Tea for Two. On top of champagne and their LWH Crème de la Earl Gray Tea, they serve an irresistible collection of delicacies including finger sandwiches, scones, and sweet petits.

Sweet Petits

Sweet Petits

The atmosphere in the café is perfect for a quaint get together with your closest girlfriends or the ladies in your family. To be honest, the quality of the food would even warrant the manliest of men a visit.

If you are looking for a venue to host an intimate event, they have various locations on site to suit your needs, including both the Salon Café and their Secret Garden. I can’t help but picture it as the venue for a darling bridal or baby shower.

So next time you’re in Fort Langley, be sure to stop in, or make a special trip just for a visit. Be sure to tell them I say, bonjour!

 


Kendall Del Frarri was born and raised in Langley and went on to become a co-founder and writer for the Fraser Valley lifestyle blog Sex and the Suburb. The goal behind the blog is to create a platform to empower and entertain women all while highlighting the wonderful local businesses that are upping the ante in the Fraser Valley.

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