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Wednesday, 30 April 2014

Time for Tea.....Tylney Hall

Hello there,

Welcome back to another fab guest post from Tea With Me and Friends - this time our lovely friend Alex is sharing with us the lovely afternoon tea that she enjoyed recently at Tylney Hall in Hampshire.

Alex and her friend enjoyed a champagne afternoon tea, served on pretty Spode china in one of the hotel's period lounges.....

Afternoon tea - Tylney Hall

There was a good selection of afternoon tea sandwiches available, with traditional fillings such as egg mayonnaise and cress, smoked salmon, ham and red onion marmalade, cheddar cheese and cream cheese and cucumber. The bread was fresh and the sandwiches were cut into dainty fingers.

Next came the scones, which were freshly baked. There was both plain and fruit scones on offer, along with strawberry preserve and clotted cream. Alex commented that although the scones were nice , she has enjoyed better at other teas.

Finally came the sweet selection of cakes which Alex enjoyed a lot. Typical sweet treats at Tylney Hall include Strawberry Mille Feuille and Fresh Fruit Tartlets Crème Patissiere.

Afternoon tea - Tylney Hall
Photo from website

Afternoon tea at is served from 3.30pm until 5pm from Monday to Saturday and from 4.00pm - 5.30pm on Sundays. A traditional afternoon tea costs £25.00 per person and a champagne afternoon tea costs £35.00 per person.

Alex would recommend this afternoon tea if you are looking for an elegant tea in the Hook area in Hampshire.

A big thank you to Alex for sharing her afternoon tea adventure with us - if you've enjoyed an afternoon tea that you'd like to share please get in touch.

Thank you for popping by today,

1 comment:

Jean | DelightfulRepast.com said...

Rachel and Lorna (and Alex), I enjoyed this review. What a beautiful setting for tea. Hampshire happens to be on my itinerary for next trip to England (someday), so I'll write in Tylney Hall.