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Looking for a lavish afternoon tea to remember? We preview venues offering some of the best afternoon tea in South East England from refreshingly good tea rooms to the indulgence of top quality hotels, National Trust properties and even themed events.

From hotels, restaurants, cafes and bistros to pubs, museums and stately homes, there really is more to be discovered where afternoon tea is involved. Many offer a range of mouth watering scones, cakes and sweets to accompany a pot of English tea along with the traditional finger sandwiches.

Best afternoon teas with a twist

One of the most popular choices in the south is Cliveden afternoon tea at the National Trust Gardens near Maidenhead in Berkshire. Combined with a stroll around the gardens, bookings are recommended to be made up to three weeks in advance during high season.

High Tea really lives up to its name at Portsmouth's Spinnaker Tower where you can enjoy sandwiches, pastries, cupcakes, scones and more from a viewing deck offering great views of the Solent.

Woburn Abbey in Buckinghamshire is the home of afternoon tea. It's Blue Drawing Room was where Anna, Duchess of Bedford, entertained guests with such treats in he 1840s.

Combine afternoon tea with a wine tour at Bolney Wine Estate in West Sussex or day out in a vintage car thanks to Vintage Days Out in Oxfordshire.

One of London's best afternoon tea experiences with a difference can be found at the Cutty Sark café, underneath the ship. Taste a unique selection of teas just like the ones the Cutty Sark was built to transport.

Afternoon tea near me

So why not treat yourself, a friend, a loved one, or a family member to a sumptuous afternoon tea in South East England. So whether you're looking for afternoon tea in Hampshire, Sussex, Oxfordshire, Berkshire, Buckinghamshire, Surrey, Kent or the Isle of Wight, select 'map view' on the list below for our top recommendations.

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  1. Careys Manor Hotel

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    Type:

    Tea Room/Coffee Shop

    Brockenhurst

    Relish the indulgence of an Afternoon Tea in heart of the New Forest, with delicious finger sandwiches, speciality cakes and freshly baked scones smothered in New Forest Jam and thick clotted cream.

  2. Bolney Wine Estate

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    Vineyard

    Bolney, Haywards Heath

    Find out why Sussex sparkling wine has been beating champagne in blind taste tests. Bolney Wine Estate carries a tradition brought to Britain nearly 2,000 years ago.

  3. The Montagu Arms Hotel

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    Type:

    Tea Room/Coffee Shop

    Brockenhurst

    Afternoon tea in such an elegant English setting is a ritual not to be missed.

  4. Sedlescombe Organic Vineyard

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    Type:

    Vineyard

    Staplecross, Robertsbridge

    England’s oldest Organic vineyard (Est. 1979) offers pop-in ‘Vineyard & Woodland Nature Trail + Wine Tasting’ for individuals, and guided tours by arrangement for groups 7 days/week Easter to Christmas. Also a range of Tour for Two’ vouchers. See 3 v

  5. The Barn Coffee Shop and Restaurant at South Downs Heritage Centre

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    Type:

    Café

    Hassocks

    The Barn Coffee Shop and Restaurant at South Downs Heritage Centre

  6. Holiday Inn, Winchester

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    Type:

    Tea Room/Coffee Shop

    Winchester

    Visit the 4 star Holiday Inn Winchester on Morn Hill for a fantastic afternoon tea.

  7. Amberley Industrial Museum

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    Type:

    Tea Room/Coffee Shop

    Arundel

    Visit Amberley Museum & Heritage Centre and immerse yourself in the nostalgia of the South East’s industrial heritage.

  8. Sir Harold Hillier Gardens

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    Type:

    Tea Room/Coffee Shop

    Romsey

    The world famous Gardens near Romsey. The Victorian manor house Tea Rooms is nestled in an idyllic setting within the 180 acre Gardens

  9. Cutty Sark

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    Historic Site

    London

    One of the world’s most famous ships, Cutty Sark tea clipper has been beautifully restored and is full of fun and exciting things to see and do.

  10. Sudbury House Hotel

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    Hotel

    Faringdon

    Set in 9 acres of grounds on the edge of the Cotswolds and midway between Oxford and Swindon, the Sudbury House Hotel offers traditional comforts with modern facilities.

  11. Batsford Arboretum & Garden Centre

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    Type:

    Garden

    Moreton In Marsh

  12. RHS Garden Wisley

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    Type:

    Garden

    Woking

    Enchanted Story Trail returns to the Garden this Christmas to entertain 4–10 year olds and their adult companions. Stories and songs await discovery in the magical landscape. Free with normal Garden entry. For more information visit the website…

  13. 16a

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    Self-Catering

    Winchester

  14. Steventon House Hotel

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    Type:

    Hotel

    Abingdon

    Contemporary, luxury living with a vintage twist in the heart of Oxfordshire.

  15. Basildon Park

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    Type:

    Tea Room/Coffee Shop

    Reading

    Treat yourself and someone special to a delicious afternoon tea at Basildon Park.

  16. The Refectory restaurant, Guildford Cathedral

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    Type:

    Café

    Guildford

    Whether you would like to stop for a cappuccino and a slice of homemade cake, an excellent selection of hearty lunches, a bowl of fresh soup or an afternoon tea our dedicated staff will be on hand to provide the service.

  17. Blenheim Palace

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    Type:

    Tea Room/Coffee Shop

    Woodstock

    Enhance your visit to Blenheim Palace and enjoy a choice of tempting afternoon tea packages, all with a delicious selection of homemade cakes, mini pastries and scones.

  18. Langshott Manor Hotel

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    Type:

    Country House Hotel

    Horley

    Langshott Manor intertwines period features with home-from-home comfort and luxury touches. The hotel’s location is convenient and the grounds are simply breathtaking.

  19. High Beeches

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    Type:

    Tea Room/Coffee Shop

    Haywards Heath

    High Beeches is the perfect place to enjoy an afternoon walk around one of the great gardens of Sussex, followed by a delicious Cream Tea and Cakes in the Tea Room.

  20. Roald Dahl Museum

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    Tea Room/Coffee Shop

    Great Missenden

    After a walk in the lovely Chiltern Hills, drop into Café Twit at the Roald Dahl Museum for a scrumdiddlyumptious afternoon tea.

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