Just over an hour or so from London, East Sussex is a beautiful county and plays host to one of Britain’s most popular seaside cities – Brighton. Boasting picturesque coastlines and sweeping countryside with the rolling green hills of the South Downs and the beautiful Ashdown Forest, East Sussex has much to offer any visitor and is a joy to live in for any resident. Brighton is the main focus along the East Sussex coast, a vibrant city whose legendary leisure pier is a British icon. Visit the Brighton Pavilion or take a stroll along the coast to the pretty Brighton Marina, whilst the Lanes are a veritable haven for shoppers with winding alleys filled with shops and boutiques. Head east down the coast from Brighton and discover Eastbourne, a regency seaside town with a more tranquil ambience and further east still, enjoy the sights of the 1066 landscape of Hastings with its charming seafront and castle ruins.
There are countless wonderful afternoon tea venues to enjoy in East Sussex, many of which are featured here on Afternoon Tea Online. The Grand Hotel in Brighton is one of the county’s most famous afternoon tea establishments, serving a very traditional afternoon tea in all its refinery whilst over in Eastbourne, The Grand Hotel Eastbourne serves something very similar. The fabulous Brighton restaurant Terre a Terre dishes up a divine vegetarian afternoon tea and for afternoon tea in the Sussex countryside, the Ashdown Park Hotel is the perfect choice. Take a look at our wonderful selection of afternoon tea venues in East Sussex here at Afternoon Tea Online.
Afternoon tea on Duke Street at Browns Brasserie & Bar. A wonderful treat at only £16.50 per person.
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Terre à Terre
71 East Street, Brighton from £24.00 per person
An icon on the Brighton restaurant scene for over 20 years, Terre a Terre offers a delightful vegetarian afternoon tea.
East Sussex National Resort
Little Horsted, Uckfield from £19.95 per person
The East Sussex National is set in 1,100 acres of rolling English countryside. This hotel offers health club & spa, restaurant and two championship golf courses. It also serves a lovely afternoon tea.
11 Mermaid Walk, Brighton from £19.95 per person
Just when you thought Brighton could not get any more chic, Malmaison comes to town! Serving afternoon tea, head over to Brighton Marina for great views and time out with friends.
Grand Hotel Eastbourne
King Edwards Parade, Eastbourne from £26.00 per person
Book a table for afternoon tea at the Grand Hotel in Eastbourne using our online booking system with instant email confirmation and no charges.
Hilton Brighton Metropole
Kings Road, Brighton from £24.00 per person
A truly beautiful Victorian hotel with modern facilities overlooking the seafront in Brighton. Afternoon tea takes place in the beautiful Waterhouse Bar & Terrace.
Ashdown Park Hotel, Wych Cross from £26.00 per person
The High Tea menus at Ashdown Park Hotel & Country Club are award-winners and their kitchens are extremely proud of the home-made sandwiches, cakes and scones they serve.
Cooden Beach Hotel
Cooden Sea Road, Bexhill On Sea from £17.00 per person
With its spectacular seaviews and delicious traditional English menu, dining at the Beachside Restaurant is always a special experience.
Brighton Harbour Hotel
64 King's Road, Brighton from £17.95 per person
The Brighton Harbour Hotel is moments away from the Lanes and has superb views over the iconic seafront. Afternoon tea takes place in the Jetty Restaurant and you'll marvel at the views from this lush Brighton eaterie.
Kings Road, Brighton from £16.95 per person
Afternoon Sussex Cream Teas at The Grand, Brighton are rumoured to be the best in the country and are served within the sumptuous surroundings of the recently refurbished Victoria Lounge.
Places to take Afternoon Tea in East Sussex
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