5 of the best afternoon teas in Buckinghamshire
PUBLISHED: 14:26 19 June 2017 | UPDATED: 14:26 19 June 2017
Maureen McLean chooses some of the best places to enjoy afternoon tea in Buckinghamshire
Open Monday to Saturday (9am-5pm), The Old Tea House is set in the beautiful town of Beaconsfield and offers what some might describe as the ultimately traditional afternoon tea. From the quaint ambience to the tea and cake on offer, you’ll be planning your next visit in no time!
7 Windsor End, Beaconsfield, HP9 2JJ
Teapots is a family run, vintage style tearoom located in Olney. If you’re heading there for afternoon tea, be sure to expect home-baked cakes, scones with jam, a huge range of teas and a whole lot more. For all the gluten free of you out there, do not fear; Teapots offers a special afternoon tea just for you!
31 High Street South, Olney, MK46 4AA
As you’d expect from any great tearoom, you’ll be able to tuck in to some tasty tea and scones (with clotted cream, of course). Not only that, it’s set in a pretty Grade II listed building with views into Marlow. Oh, and did we mention that they also make chocolate, wedding cakes and pastries? Whatever you fancy, they’ve got you covered!
The Causeway, Marlow, SL7 1NF
Indulge in fresh sandwiches, homemade scones with cream and strawberry jam along with some sweet treats and a choice of tea or coffee; that’s the ‘Little Dorrit’s Afternoon Tea’ available for £12.50 per person at Miss Havisham’s. Or if you fancy something different, they also offer hot food and hot chocolate catering for all dietary requirements.
6 Timor Court, High Street, Stony Stratford, Milton Keynes, MK11 1EJ
Situated next to the play area/recreation ground in Ivinghoe (High Street), CuriosiTEA serve a wonderful selection of food and drink and is open 7 days a week! With a menu catering for everyone, you’ll be spoilt for choice in this quirky venue.
Old School Community Hub, 2 High Street, Ivinghoe, LU7 9EX
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