Afternoon tea, it's the ultimate British tradition, and it's easy to see why! Cakes, scones, sandwiches and a hot brew, or a glass of champagne if that's how you do things! It's the perfect opportunity to sit down, have a break and a natter with friends, family, and loved ones. With our fantastic collection of tea gifts, each with unique menu's bursting with cakes and nibbles, there really is something for everyone! Afternoon tea for 2, cream tea, luxury afternoon tea, sparkling champagne tea and traditional tea for those who go by the book.
Afternoon Tea Gift Vouchers
As well as a whole host of different, but equally amazing afternoon tea vouchers, we've got a selection of amazing locations to match. If you're looking to book an upmarket afternoon tea in London, we've got you covered with a number of 5-star hotels so you can enjoy afternoon tea at Hiltons Green Park Hotel, Canary Wharf or the Baglioni Hotel. Tea and history go together like cream and jam at Harvington Hall in Worcestershire, where you can fill up on Darjeeling and knowledge and learn about Roman Catholic clergymen. Or if you'd like to enjoy your teas somewhere a little more unique, our range of boutique locations like Other Cafe and Gallery will be perfect for you. If you're not in London, we offer money saving deals and offers at all major UK cities and hubs, like Manchester, Liverpool, Newcastle, Birmingham, Norfolk and more. With great discounts, 2 for 1 offers and vouchers starting from as little as £15, you'll be able to find the perfect package. Whether that's afternoon tea for 2, or cream tea near you. Our afternoon tea vouchers also make great Mother's Day, birthday and Christmas gifts so you can surprise that special person in your life. So we all know what afternoon tea is, but how did it come about? Here's some info so you can go prepared and impress at your next cake and sandwich scoffing date! The quintessentially British past time came about in 1840 after Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford turned to tea and cakes around 4 in the afternoon. She was fed up of going hungry between lunch and dinner, which according to her was served unusually late, so out came the tea, out came the sandwiches, and out came the cakes, and thus afternoon tea as we know it was born.