Afternoon Tea Experience Days

Afternoon tea certificates are the ideal treat for yourself, or why not surprise someone with a gift of afternoon tea? Regardless of who you’re buying for, we’ve got you covered.

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                  Tea for Two in the Afternoon

                  Our afternoon tea certificates and presents are for 2 persons, so no matter which choice you pick, you may enjoy this experience with a colleague, spouse, or close relative. Why not try one of our amusingly themed afternoon teas? If you're feeling really opulent, go for an option that includes a glass of bubbly. If you want to make a whole day of it, check out our spa treatments with afternoon tea, which will have you and your guests thoroughly relaxed.

                  Afternoon tea for two is also a great gift idea, especially if you're searching for something to offer for a wedding or anniversary. Is there a better way to spend quality time with your loved ones?

                  Deals on Afternoon Tea

                  Are you on the lookout for a good offer? For a large selection of afternoon teas around the UK, our unique deals are unrivaled. There's something for everyone, from classic afternoon tea in Liverpool to specialized afternoon tea in Scotland. The British classic is offered at unbelievable costs, with the assurance that the quality will not be compromised. Take a look at some of the excellent alternatives available in your area.

                  About The Afternoon Tea Culture

                  Afternoon tea is enjoying spectacular popularity in London, where the big hotels compete in inventiveness to attract lovers of this truly British tradition. A pure product of the English aristocracy, the height of refinement, luxury and good taste, afternoon tea has been a staple of the British lifestyle since its establishment by the Duchess of Bedford in the 1840s.

                  The tea never comes alone, but accompanied by a buffet codified to the extreme and presented on a three-tiered tray: cucumber sandwiches, scones with their essential “clotted cream” and their strawberry jam, as well as a selection of pastries make it possible to fill the wait until dinner.

                  Today, the tradition is especially celebrated in the big hotels for which the “tea time” has become a lucrative niche.

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