The age-old English tradition of having afternoon tea is taking on a new surge in Worcestshire. Afternoon tea is the ultimate indulgence, and it gets even better when served at delightful recreational venues.
Would you like to have some biscuits and a sizzling pot of freshly brewed tea? Or read a book while you chew on delicious cream scones and sip a glass of bubbly champagne? In Worcestshire, there are lovely places to enjoy tea time hour.
In this post, we have tucked into some post-lunch, pre-dinner venues where you can have tea and gaze at the picturesque environment. Get the best of afternoon tea in Worcestshire. From classic tea, sandwiches, and cream scones, to eccentric afternoon tea with a glass of champagne, get your pinkies ready because you are in for a treat!
- Dormy House, Broadway
At Dormy House, afternoon tea is a tradition baked into the activities of the establishment. Between 2.30pm and 6pm every day, you can have tea at The Potting Shed, one of the beautiful lounges, or even in bed if you wish!
Dormy House has afternoon tea to go with every kind of dinner. There is even a serious Farmhouse Tea for guests who want to feel a bit more homestead about their experience. People who are gluten-intolerant can also join in the fun. Freshly baked scones and jam made from the fruit of Vale of Evesham is the order of the day.
- Buckland Manor, Broadway
Buckland Manor is a lovely 13th century manor house located in The Cotsworld, and rests within 10 acres of gorgeous gardens, offering a distinct retreat to enjoy afternoon tea. In here, you are surrounded by classic beauty, including stunning open log hearths, and a comfy lounge area.
Afternoon Tea is served from 2:30pm to 5:30pm, Monday to Saturday, and 4pm to 6pm on Sunday. The menu includes tea and cakes, Buckland Manor cream tea, and Champagne full afternoon tea to mention a few.
- Tea Rooms at Greyfriars, Worcester
Set in the centre of timeless Worcester, The Greyfriars is an exquisite timber-framed merchant’s property, where you can bask in idyllic comfort. This unique place was restored by two visionaries who sought to rescue the medieval treasure and create a tranquil environment.
Enjoy the scenic view Greyfriars offers while you sip champagne. There are also delicious sandwiches, biscuit tarts and sweet pies to make your afternoon tea worthwhile.
- Lorita’s Bakehouse, Worcestshire
This friendly relaxing café and patisserie located in Worcestshire offers scrumptious afternoon tea, homemade from their very own patisserie. Guests are treated to a selection of mouth-watering finger sandwiches, scones filled with cream, and pies complemented by steaming pots of delicious tea.
Tea is served 11am to 5pm daily and guests must book ahead. There’s room for outdoor seating and children of all ages are welcome.
- Stanbrook Abbey, Jennet Tree Lane
Enjoy traditional afternoon tea at Stanbrook Abbey, surrounded by the panoramic views of the 26-acre estate. The place is set in the extraordinary beauty of Worcestershire’s countryside and verdant nature of the Maven Hills.
As part of its menu are freshly baked scones served with home-produced strawberry jam and slushy cream, deep-filled sandwiches and delicious cakes. Afternoon tea is served 2pm to 3:30om Friday and Saturday.
Check out these wonderful places and have some lovely afternoon tea.