What better way to spend your time in the capital than with a relaxing hotel break, a visit to a top London attraction and a delicious afternoon tea?
You will stay in a minimum 3* hotel - typically: Travelodge, Farringdon; Thistle City Barbican or similar hotels. You will be treated to a breakfast before you check out to prepare you for the exciting day ahead! Soak up the atmosphere and explore the capital before visiting a top London attraction and enjoying a scrumptious afternoon tea.
You and a friend will receive entrance tickets for one of the top London attractions. You may choose from an extensive list which includes attractions such as: The Tower of London, Ghost Bus Tour, HMS Belfast, London Dungeons and the London Eye River Cruise, a full list will be available at point of booking. After visiting your attraction why not hit the shops or galleries before enjoying a scrumptious afternoon tea?
Your afternoon tea will be at the Number 12 at The Ambassadors Hotel. Your tea will typically include freshly made homemade scones with preserve and delicious pastries or cakes.
This is the perfect opportunity to spend a night away in one of the most vibrant cities in the world with a friend or loved one!
Please note: The venues for your tea and your choice of hotel is subject to availability. At some venues you may receive a cream tea, please check upon booking. The full list of attractions will also be available at the point of booking.
This is a one night stay for two people, including breakfast and an afternoon tea.
This break is for two people to enjoy.
Unfortunately, this break is not suitable for spectators.
The minimum age for this break is 18 years old. This break is available on selected weekday dates, subject to availability, all school, public and bank holidays (Christmas/Easter) and the summer period are excluded.
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