Take a break from the routine of everyday life with this two-night getaway. The ideal way to unwind, explore and simply enjoy each other’s company and with this gift break you will also enjoy a very civilised afternoon treat. The UK has plenty to offer anyone with a sense of adventure, an interest in history or just a desire to get away from it all for a couple of days. With a wide range of destinations available you can revisit a favourite spot or discover somewhere completely new. Afternoon tea has been a British institution since Anna Maria Russell, the seventh Duchess of Bedford, asked her footman to bring her a pot of tea and light refreshment one afternoon in 1840. The ritual caught on and afternoon tea became the corner stone of high society dining. These days taking tea as a light afternoon meal has become much more accessible, but has not lost a crumb of its charm.
This is a two night stay in a hotel guest house a list of which will be provided in your booking instructions. Locations are subject to change and availability. Restrictions may apply to certain properties, days of the week and months of the year. Afternoon Tea for Two can typically be taken on your day of choice. Depending on your chosen hotel, the Afternoon Tea may take place in an alternative venue.
The minimum age for this experience is 18 years old. This break is available on selected days or months throughout the year subject to availability, restrictions may apply to certain properties, days of the weeks and months of the year.
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