Traditional Afternoon Tea
“Square Meal Top Ten Tea (and cake) Rooms in the South East”
The large and historic drawing rooms at Hartwell House, with fine plasterwork and open fires, provide the perfect setting to relax and enjoy a traditional afternoon tea.
What could be more indulgent than enjoying a full Afternoon Tea served in the elegant surroundings of the Morning Room, Drawing Room, Great Hall or Library.
3.30pm - 5.00pm Monday to Saturday
4.00pm - 5.30pm Sunday
Traditional Afternoon Tea Menu
Full Afternoon Tea costs £30.00 per person
A selection of ham, tomato and mustard mayonnaise,
Smoked salmon, cucumber with cream cheese,
Mature Cheddar and balsamic shallot chutney,
Egg and cress sandwiches,
Warm home-made plain and fruit scones with strawberry conserve and Cornish clotted cream,
A selection of home-made pastries.
Fresh tea and coffee are complimentary upon request
A supplementary charge for additional food items will be made
Hartwell Pastries £7.00 Scones £9.75 Sandwiches £7.95
Assam Breakfast Earl Grey
Darjeeling Decaffeinated Ceylon
Organic Bohea Lapsang Vanilla Black
Jade Sword Flowering Osmanthus
Jasmine Silver Needle Chamomile
Whole Peppermint Leaf Lemongrass and Ginger
Blackcurrant and Hibiscus
Your choice of a glass or two of fizz to celebrate any occasion
Prosecco Bellini £8.50 Champagne Bellini £12.50
Champagne Cocktail £12.50
Champagne £12.50 Prosecco £7.50
Our tariffs are fully inclusive of service and VAT. If they wish guests may leave gratuities at their discretion
Our afternoon teas is freshly prepared to be enjoyed in our drawing rooms.
For your good health and well being we do not recommend for food to be taken away and consumed later in your own home.
ALLERGENS AND SPECIAL DIETS
If a guest has a food allergy or intolerance, we request that they consult a member of staff before deciding what to eat and placing an order, on every occasion, whilst in the hotel. Whilst we are committed to informing our guests accurately of any allergenic contents in the dishes served here, and also to complying with specific dietary requests, there remains a risk, albeit small, that traces from other dishes may be present in food served here, or on surfaces