With the historic university city of Cambridge at its heart, Cambridgeshire is an English country rich in history and academia. Home to one of the most famous universities in the world, along with a host of museums, galleries and pretty cobbled streets, Cambridge is one of the UK’s most popular tourist destinations. The rest of the county has plenty to offer too, with rolling countryside, quaint villages and busy market towns. Visit the lovely city of Ely with its majestic cathedral or head to the pretty riverside town of St Ives (not to be confused with the St Ives in Cornwall). The land is filled with stately homes, winding waterways and scenes of natural beauty.
Quintessentially British, Cambridgeshire is the ideal county in which to enjoy an afternoon tea. The city of Cambridge is filled with great places, many of which are featured here on Afternoon Tea Online’s dedicated guide to afternoon tea in Cambridgeshire. Enjoy a glorious afternoon tea at the Quy Mill Hotel in Cambridge, and soak up the picturesque views of the garden or enjoy a fabulous afternoon tea at the Victorian establishment that is the Hotel Felix.
Afternoon tea in Cambridgeshire is an absolute delight so take a browse through out wonderful establishments listed here on Afternoon Tea Online.
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