Oxford has long been regarded as one of England's finest cultural and academic centres and is well worth a visit. The array of landmarks and points of interest include the University Museum of Natural History, the Creation Theatre Company, Bill Spectre's Oxford Ghost Trails and the renowned University of Oxford. What better way to round off your trip to Oxfordshire with an afternoon tea in England's finest tradition.
Oxford Castle, Oxford from £19.95 per person
When is a prison not a prison? When it's Malmaison Oxford. Stylish, chic and sophisticated, Malmaison is a must visit.
Beaumont Street, Oxford from £39.50 per person
Macdonald Randolph Hotel is the perfect setting for one of their famous afternoon teas.
Cotswold Lodge Hotel
Banbury Road, Oxford from £17.50 per person
The Cotswold Lodge Hotel is an independent 4 star hotel located in a conservation area within walking distance from Oxford’s historic city centre.
De Vere Oxford Thames
Henley Road, Sandford on Thames from £19.95 per person
Just three miles from Oxford, the De Vere Oxford Thames is an ideal location for a cream tea or afternoon tea before or after your visit to Oxford.
Browns Brasserie & Bar
5-11 Woodstock Road, Oxford from £16.50 per person
Browns Brasserie & Bar in Oxford is the chain's second venue in the UK. Originally a Morris garage, the venue is an icon in Oxford city centre.
Old Parsonage Hotel
1 Banbury Road, Oxford from £27.00 per person
The Old Parsonage Hotel serve a wide selection of teas and infusions from Jeeves of Jericho or enjoy a glass of chilled champagne.
Places to take Afternoon Tea in Oxfordshire
Find Oxfordshire afternoon tea venues on the map below. Click on any icon to view details.
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