6 of the best places to enjoy afternoon tea in Berkshire
PUBLISHED: 10:55 28 August 2018 | UPDATED: 10:55 28 August 2018
We round up some of the best locations for afternoon tea across Berkshire
Armchairs and cosy sofas in Coworth Park's Drawing Room make it an ideal location to enjoy a quintessential afternoon tea. Expect all the usual offerings expertly prepared by the venue's pastry team. As if you needed any more convincing, Coworth Park won the Best Traditional Afternoon Tea award at the 2018 Afternoon Tea Awards.
Blacknest Road, Ascot SL5 7SE
Priced at £12 per person, The Tutti Pole’s afternoon tea includes a selection of sandwiches served with scones, jam, cakes and Twinings. You can even add a bottle of prosecco for £5.95. They also offer breakfast, lunch and other light dishes.
3 High Street, Hungerford RG17 0DN
Set in a Grade II listed building in Newbury, this teashop doesn’t just offer a beautiful setting, but also fresh, quality ingredients in their breakfast, sandwiches and - you guessed it – cream tea! A classic cream tea (scone with cream, jam and tea) is priced at £6 with their traditional afternoon tea costing £10.90.
The Stone Building, The Wharf, Newbury RG14 5AS
Located on the High Street in Crowthorne (with locations in Tisbury, Blandford Forum, Petersfield and New Milton, too), Beatons has a laid back vibe with books to browse whilst you enjoy your afternoon tea filled with cakes, sandwiches, scones and clotted cream.
241 High Street, Crowthorne RG45 7AH
The highly-rated afternoon tea at The Roseate features sandwiches made with bread from the hotel's own bakery. If you're celebrating, you can enjoy some Alfred Gratien Champagne alongside your savouries.
26 The Forbury, Reading RG1 3EJ
This event venue and 36 room hotel offer a brilliant afternoon tea daily from 1pm-6pm with advance booking recommended. The 5 menus on offer are: Champagne, Sparkling, Traditional, Vegetarian and Cream.
Milton Road, Wokingham RG40 1JY