Bringing Traditional Afternoon Tea back to Woodland Manor

Woodland Manor Hotel and Restaurant are delighted to announce a new afternoon tea menu available in their new look conservatory.

 

As we know afternoon tea is a very popular English tradition and whilst Woodland Manor have always offered afternoon tea, it was limited in its menu and indeed, in the surroundings it was consumed in. This is no longer the case! Customers can now enjoy afternoon tea in our recently decorated conservatory, crisp white linen and the “clink” of a bone china tea cup being returned to its saucer, all help to make Afternoon Tea at Woodland Manor very special.

 

The afternoon tea menu, which includes tiers of plates piled with sandwiches, homemade cakes and scones, with side dishes of strawberry jam and clotted cream. We also offer you the choice of a variety of teas. To make the occasion extra special, customers can opt to enjoy our Sparkling Afternoon Tea with the English Sparkling from Chapel Down.

The new menu consists of:

Sandwiches Selection
– Severn and Wye Salmon with cream cheese on granary bread
– Traditional cucumber dill and cream cheese
– Beetroot hummus with seeds and radish
– Lemon and thyme chicken
Cakes (all our cakes are homemade)
– Fruit and plain scones
– Chocolate brownie
– Cherry Bakewell tart

– Mini meringues
– Bitter chocolate tart with summer berries
– Mixed fruit tart
Selection of Tea

And

Chapel Down Sparkling for Sparkling afternoon tea

Traditional afternoon tea is £20 per person and Sparkling afternoon tea is £30 per person.

Afternoon tea is now available any day of the week, with pre-booking essential.
We can cater for all dietary requirements including gluten and dairy free.

Visit http://www.woodlandmanorhotel.co.uk/ for further information.

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