Reading is a town with plenty to offer and although often associated with its annual rock festival each August bank holiday weekend, this Berkshire town boasts a variety of top visitor attractions along with some great places in which to indulge in a lovely afternoon tea.
The ruins of Reading Abbey is a must visit for any fan of British history and is renowned as being the burial place of King henry I whilst Reading Gaol and the Oscar Wilde gates are visited by literary fans in their droves. The River Thames runs through the town of Reading and the Riverside Museum offers a great insight into life by the river over the years. Reading is also considered as one of the top ten retail destinations in the UK and boasts numerous great shops.
As for afternoon tea, both the Hilton Reading and Holiday Inn Reading serve superb afternoon tea offerings in stylish surroundings. Book your afternoon tea in Reading now with Afternoon Tea Online.
26 The Forbury, Reading from £25.00 per person
Afternoon tea can be served to you in the calm and relaxed environment of Cerise or in the more private areas of the library or lounge.
Holiday Inn Reading
Wharfedale Road, Reading from £17.50 per person
Enjoy a variety of afternoon teas in the 2 AA Rosette Caprice Restaurant at the Holiday Inn Reading.
Drake Way, Reading from £15.95 per person
Book your table online for afternoon tea in the Larder Restaurant at the Hilton Reading, only four miles from Reading town centre.
Places to take Afternoon Tea in Reading
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