Tea

Afternoon tea is a widely enjoyed in tearooms, hotels and restaurants across the UK, and the Cotswolds area is certainly no different. Read on to hear some of the best destinations you can enjoy afternoon tea in and around the Cotswolds area.

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Tisanes Tea Room – Broadway

Occupying a 17th-century building in the village of Broadway, Tisanes Tea Room is full of traditional charm. With Britons consuming approximately 160 million cups of tea each day, Tisanes ensures that all tastes are catered for by offering more than thirty different types of tea, showcased on a dedicated tea menu.

Aunt Martha’s Victorian Tea Rooms – Drybrook

This Victorian Tea Room gives diners an authentic 19th-century high tea experience, featuring an oil-lamp lit dining area, traditional Victorian-inspired recipes and costumed servants. There is also an array of themed afternoon teas available, including The Aristocratic, Her Ladyship’s and The Viscount’s, …