Afternoon Tea At Woburn
The English social custom of taking Afternoon Tea was popularised in the 1840s by Duchess Anna Maria, wife of the 7th Duke of Bedford, who entertained her friends at Woburn Abbey. The Duchess is credited with popularising the custom of afternoon tea in the court of Queen Victoria. The Duchess and her friends would have enjoyed afternoon tea in the comfortable surroundings of the Abbey.
Afternoon Tea Gift Vouchers
Gift Vouchers for Afternoon Tea in the grounds of Woburn Abbey make a perfect gift, birthday and family celebrations, providing a special day out for family and friends.
An Afternoon Tea Gift Voucher includes:
- A selection of sandwiches, homemade cakes and scones with clotted cream and jam
- A pot of Suki tea or coffee of your choice
- Entry to the Gardens or Abbey and Gardens
Humpry Repton Afternoon Tea - £17.00 per person, menu as descibed above and includes admission the Gardens
Anna Maria Afternoon Tea - £25 per person, menu as described above and includes admission to Woburn Abbey and Gardens (Abbey open 23rd March to 28th October 2018)
Please click the button below to make your selection and book your vouchers
Please note that there is a very high demand for afternoon tea as such it must be booked in advance. Afternoon tea bookings are most popular at weekends, please book as far in advance as possible to avoid disappointment.
Please contact us to book your table.