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Looking to escape the daily grind? Take advantage of this sweet deal for a Two Night Getaway with Afternoon Tea for Two. Unwind, explore a new area or simply enjoy the company of someone special with this exclusive short break.
Escape to the country by selecting from our comprehensive list of 3* hotels and 4* guest houses for a truly refreshing two night break with a friend or a loved one. Midweek or a special weekend break, you deserve it.
Afternoon tea has been a quintessentially British institution ever since the Duchess of Bedford requested tea and light refreshments on one fateful afternoon in 1840, and it makes the perfect addition to an indulgent short break. You too can feel like royalty with this relaxing tea for two gift experience.
Please keep in mind that locations are subject to change and availability. Restrictions may apply to certain properties, days of the week and months of the year. Afternoon tea can typically be taken on your day of choice. Depending on your chosen accommodation, your afternoon tea experience may take place on the premises or at an alternative venue.
This break is available on selected days or months throughout the year subject to availability, restrictions may apply to certain properties, days of the weeks and months of the year.
This is a two night stay with afternoon tea. Please note that breakfast is not included.
This break is for two people to enjoy.
The minimum age is 18 years old.
This is for a voucher entitling the holder to any of the activities supplied by Activity Superstore up to the value stated.
The Duke of Marlborough, Woodleys, Woodstock
Jing from Marketing, April 2019
The overall experience is 10 out of 10! The Duke of Marlborough hotel has two buildings – the front building is a pub/restaurant and the back building is the accommodations. Some wooden patio tables & benches are scattered near the pub. The weather was lovely this Easter weekend and I enjoyed sunbathing on the benches, drinking cider and reading a book!
The hotel is easy to find. It is just next to A44, but because the rooms are at the back of the pub, they are quite and far away from traffic. The hotel is only two miles away from the well-known historical town Woodstock. There are a few free gates into Blenheim Palace nearby, but please check as they do charge on some days and these gates will not get you access to the buildings themselves, just the grounds. Families with children may like to visit the Cotswolds Wildlife Park, which is only a 30 minutes driving away. A small village called Wootton is just next to the hotel within walking distance. It is a lovely, picturesque English village, but the roads are too narrow for driving! Please note The Killingworth Castle in Wootton on Google Map is a pub, not a real castle. It's still worth a visit for drinks or food.
Our room is comfy and has everything we need. It provides tea/coffee/biscuits, USB outlets, full bath & shower, toiletries, etc. A petrol station is just next door, so if you need anything essentials that you forgot to bring, you can just pop over and grab it.
One English afternoon tea is included in the experience. You can pick either day to have your treat! The afternoon tea includes Tea/coffee, scones, clotted cream and jam, two kinds of cakes and a variety of sandwiches - Just what you want for a summer afternoon!
The village Wootton is near to the hotel. It would be better to walk to Wootten from the hotel rather than driving because roads and alleys in Wootton are very narrow! It should only take about 15 minutes to walk.
Wortwell Hall Barn + Tally Ho Tearooms
Charlotte from Customer Service, August 2018
We booked to stay with Wortwell Hall Barn Bed and Breakfast and took the afternoon tea separate at The Tally Ho tea room. The hosts Clive and Jenny and their beautiful dog Roxie at Wortwell Hall Barn were fantastic and super welcoming, it felt as though you were visiting friends. They gave us tons of useful information as well as the local walking guides which was extremely helpful to explore the beautiful countryside of this rural venue. The bed is extremely comfortable. The breakfast was superb, although I have to admit my eyes were a bit too big for my belly!
The tea at Tally Ho tea rooms, was excellent, you had lots to choose from with 12 different tea varieties, and a whole host of sandwiches, which me and my guest got to choose one each from. There was so much food, that we ended up defeated and having to take a few of the cakes home to enjoy later! I would recommend this break to anyone looking to escape the hectic day to day life and recharge your batteries.
Breakfast was not included so we purchased this the second morning, at £9 each but again good value for money. At this venue they are very generous with their breakfast portions, therefore make sure your eyes are not too big for your belly!