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Afternoon Tea for a quiet Hen party

Worcestershire
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Afternoon Tea for a quiet Hen party

I'm looking for a 'posh' hotel to visit for afternoon tea with my hen party on a saturday afternoon....

Any suggestions?

Many thanks

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1. Re: Afternoon Tea for a quiet Hen party

would suggest either the lygon arms in broadway or buckland manor, just beyond broadway. both are traditional country house hotels.

cotswold house hotel in chipping campden is a bit more modern, but i've heard the hospitality leaves a bit to be desired...

have fun

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2. Re: Afternoon Tea for a quiet Hen party

I would suggest Lower Slaughter Manor in Lower Slaughter. Very nice teas in a very nice hotel.

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3. Re: Afternoon Tea for a quiet Hen party

Many thanks for those suggestions, do you know of anywhere actually in Cheltenham too?

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4. Re: Afternoon Tea for a quiet Hen party

It's been a while since I was there, but The Queens Hotel on the Promenade used to do a good afternoon tea.

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5. Re: Afternoon Tea for a quiet Hen party

I've heard only good things about The Greenaway, not cheap though!

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Hotel du Vin is really nice and they do a lovely afternoon tea or the Kandinsky.Both are near Montpellier area.Check out their websites

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7. Re: Afternoon Tea for a quiet Hen party

Can't offer any advice, but just wanted to say it's a fab idea for a hen do. I went for afternoon tea with a few girlfriends for mine (didn't want the usual kind of thing), and we had the best time!

Enjoy :)

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8. Re: Afternoon Tea for a quiet Hen party

Many thanks for all your suggestions,it's given me lots of ideas!

Wendy x

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