Putting the Fizz into Bucks, afternoon tea is an ideal way to spoil your elderly relative. Across the county of Buckinghamshire there is plenty of afternoon tea options to choose from. No matter your tastes, budget or accessibility requirements, there is sure to be a venue to accommodate you.
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- Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes
- Buckingham Tea Room
- De Vere Latimer Estate, Chesham
- Hartwell House Hotel & Spa, Aylesbury
- Lady Grey Tearoom, Aylesbury
- Missenden Abbey, Great Missenden
- Nonna’s, Milton Keynes – afternoon tea with a twist
Bletchley Park, Milton Keynes
Afternoon tea at Bletchley Park is served in the iconic mansion once used by World War Two code breakers. There are stunning views across the ground. The classic afternoon tea is served on vintage china and includes finely cut sandwiches, scones and homemade cakes. Several loose-leaf teas and coffee are available to choose from.
Afternoon tea is served on selected Fridays, Saturdays, Sundays and Mondays throughout the year.
Child (12-17): £32.00
Child (under 12): £10.00
All prices include admission
Bletchley Park welcomes people with disabilities across site – see access statement. Please mention any needs when booking afternoon tea so that their team can accommodate appropriately.
Address: The Mansion, Bletchley Park, Sherwood Drive, Bletchley, Milton Keynes, MK3 6EB
Telephone: 01908 272673
Buckingham Tea Room
Set in the historic village of Buckingham, the Tea Rooms offer a traditionally English afternoon tea experience. Homemade delicacies, cream teas and sandwiches are all on the menu to try. The tearoom is very popular with impressively high reviews on Trip Advisor and visitors frequently returning to treat friends and family.
Full afternoon tea – £24.95 per person
Selection of homemade pastries and cakes – £8.95
Buckingham Tea Room is wheelchair accessible and welcomes assistance dogs.
Address: Buckingham Tearoom, Lower Shop, Market Hill, Buckingham MK18 1JN
Telephone: 07738 765509
Online enquiry form
De Vere Latimer Estate, Chesham
The Latimer Estate was once a top secret centre for military intelligence during World War Two. Today, the site is a luxury hotel, conveniently located a short drive from the Harry Potter experience. Afternoon tea is served daily in the recently refurbished library where comfortable chairs and sofas sit elegantly among original features. Tea is comprised of delicate hors d’oeuvres, sandwiches and sweet treats.
Set afternoon tea – £27.50 per person
De Vere Latimer Estate make all efforts to accommodate disabled guests. Please mention your requirements upon booking.
Address: De Vere Latimer Estate Church Lane, Chesham, HP5 1UG
Telephone: 01494 545550
Hartwell House Hotel & Spa, Aylesbury
Hartwell House is regarded as one of the best tea and cake rooms in the South East. The indulgent afternoon tea is served in the elegant surroundings of the morning room, drawing room or library. Beautifully prepared sandwiches, a selection of home-made patisserie and home made scones are all on the menu. A range of champagnes can be paired with tea for a special occasion.
Traditional afternoon tea – £33 per person
Wheelchair users can be catered for, please mention when booking. The hotel has disabled parking, access ramps around site and assistance dogs are welcome.
Address: Hartwell House Hotel & Spa, Oxford Rd, Stone, Aylesbury HP17 8NR
Telephone: 01296 747444
Lady Grey Tearoom, Aylesbury
Tucked away in it’s own little courtyard lies the traditional Lady Grey Tearoom. The tearoom provides a sumptuous range of home baked cakes and sweets and a wide range of teas. The Lady Grey Tearoom is proud to offer an alternative to the growing number of chain coffee shops in the area. Located next to Grand Union canal, the tearoom is perfect for enjoying pre or post a waterside walk.
Sweet Afternoon Tea – £9.75
Savoury Afternoon Tea – £12.70
The tearoom can accommodate wheelchairs but please mention when booking. Assistance dogs are welcome.
Missenden Abbey, Great Missenden
Afternoon tea at Missenden Abbey is served in the breath-taking 12th century Abbey surroundings. On the menu are a variety of speciality teas, fresh sandwiches, petit fours and scones. All ingredients are homegrown or locally sourced. Furthermore, all dietary requirements can be catered for if mentioned in advance.
Afternoon tea is served any day of the week, subject to availability. After tea, a walk can be taken around the picturesque grounds or the unique shops of Great Missenden can be explored.
Traditional afternoon tea – £20 per person
Sparkling afternoon tea – £27 per person
Missenden Abbey has disabled parking and is able to accommodate guests in wheelchairs. Please mention accessibility needs when booking.
Address: Missenden Abbey, London Road, Great Missenden, HP16 0BD
Telephone: 01494 866811
Nonna’s, Woburn Sands
The European-style brasserie brings a fresh approach to afternoon tea. Mediterranean cuisine unites with elegance and rustic design to create a unique menu. Nonna’s has award-winning service and family atmosphere making it the perfect place to enjoy afternoon tea with your elderly relative.
Afternoon tea with tea/coffee – £30
Afternoon with prosecco – £5 extra per person
Nonna’s can accommodate wheelchair users gladly, please mention when booking.
Address: Nonna’s, The Square ,Woburn Sands, Milton Keynes, MK17 8SY
Telephone: 01908 584397