Afternoon Tea

It is hard to think of a dining experience more British or decadent than a traditional afternoon tea. In Shakespeare’s England, you are never far from a tiered selection of dainty treats, and lashings of tea (or bubbly!) waiting to be served in fabulous surroundings. 

Afternoon Tea in Hotels

Settle into a plush armchair in the opulent drawing room of a country house hotel like Mallory Court Country House Hotel & Spa, gaze across the topiary gardens of Billesley Manor Hotel & Spa as you sip on a glass of fizz, or reserve a spot for an al fresco afternoon tea on a sun-soaked terrace overlooking the River Avon at the Arden Hotel in Stratford-upon-Avon. For something a little heartier, we recommend the Knight's Afternoon Tea at Coombe Abbey Hotel.

Afternoon Tea in Visitor Attractions

What better way to enhance a fun-filled day out at one of Warwickshire's famous attractions than by adding on a delicious afternoon tea? Attractions in Shakespeare's England are home to some of our favourite cafes and tea rooms where afternoon tea is served daily. At Stoneleigh Abbey, Jane Austen enthusiasts can immerse themselves in the story of one of her best-loved characters with an Elizabeth Bennet Afternoon Tea. At St Mary's Guildhall in Coventry you can take tea in the mediaeval Undercroft in the Tales of Tea restaurant. On a sunny day, there can be no better place to take afternoon tea than in the Conservatory Tea Room at Warwick Castle with stunning views across the Pageant Field and Peacock Garden.

Afternoon Tea with a Twist

Enjoy an afternoon tea with a vintage feel at Stratford’s FourTeas, a 1940’s themed tearoom, or how about an indulgent cream tea aboard the Shakespeare Express - a traditional steam train that runs between Birmingham and Stratford-upon-Avon. You can even combine your love of theatre and food with afternoon tea in the Rooftop Restaurant at the Royal Shakespeare Theatre.

Festive Afternoon Tea in Shakespeare's England

Every Christmas visit to Shakespeare's England should include a festive afternoon tea! After a busy day shopping or visiting Father Christmas you can enjoy a delicious treat with a glass or two of something sparky and toast in the festive season.

With a huge choice of venues and some of the finest hospitality, afternoon tea in Shakespeare’s England is a treat not to be missed.

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