Afternoon Tea Near Me

Afternoon Tea is considered by many as a quintessentially British ritual, reserved for celebrations and special occasions, but in recent years it has become a popular replacement for brunch or lunch amongst friends and family.

A traditionally light meal served in the afternoon comprising of sandwiches, scones and other dessert items. As the popularity of Afternoon Tea has grown, new versions of this popular offering are now available, to make Afternoon Tea extra special you can have your Afternoon Tea served with Champagne or Prosecco.

To find out about all of the locations near to you where we offer Afternoon Tea and for the full details read on:

Afternoon Tea at De Vere

De Vere Latimer Estate

Where better for Afternoon Tea than overlooking the 30 acres of grounds and the surrounding Chess Valley. Served in the beautifully refurbished Library where you will find comfy seats and sofas amongst the original features.

De Vere Cotswold Water Park

Make the most of the wonderful setting of the Cotswold water park and enjoy a spot of Afternoon Tea in the lounge or on the outside terrace.

De Vere Wotton House

The picturesque setting of this country getaway provides the perfect backdrop for Afternoon Tea. Served in The Morning Room you can choose from regular Afternoon Tea or between Prosecco or Champagne Afternoon Tea.

De Vere Oxford Thames

Enjoy Afternoon Tea overlooking the river Thames during the summer months or in The River Room when it’s chilly outside.

De Vere Tortworth Court

Served traditionally, with a glass of champagne or prosecco followed by finger sandwiches and by freshly baked scones, pastries and cakes.

De Vere Horwood Estate

No stay would be complete without taking afternoon tea, served traditional with freshly baked scones, jam and clotted cream along with finger sandwiches and dainty cakes and pastries.

De Vere Wokefield Estate

Served in the Maple Restaurant and on the terrace of the Mansion House during the summer. You’ll be in good company, Queen Victoria famously took tea under the large Cypress tree that stands on the estate grounds.

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