Hertfordshire is well located for afternoon tea enthusiasts in London and central England looking for a rural hotel or restaurant to take afternoon tea. Hertford itself is home to the first ever paper mill in Britain, established by John Tate in the late 15th century. Books bearing Tate's watermark are highly collectable. Hertfordshire is home to the first British saint, St Alban, whereby the modern day St Albans derives its name. Visitors to Hertfordshire can enjoy afternoon tea at our venues below along with visits to notable attractions including St Albans Cathedral, the Veralanium Museum, the Natural History Museum at Tring, Paradise Wildlife Park at Broxbourne and many others.
You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to taking high tea in Hertfordshire. Hanbury Manor afternoon tea is one of the most popular in the county and you'll be able to sit in the beautifully bright restaurant and overlook the gardens. Afternoon tea at the Grove is one of the best in England so you'll definitely need to book well in advance to secure a table at weekends.
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