Indulge yourself with a spot of afternoon tea in the tranquil setting of Down Hall, Essex.
Down Hall has a long history. First owned by poet Matthew Prior in the early 1700s, the Hall changed hands till it ended up in the Selwin estate, remaining there till the lineage ended in 1902. The Hall was used as a sanatorium during the First World War.
Today, the Hall is a four star hotel, conference centre and wedding venue, and the grounds (110 acres in all) is protected by the Essex Wildlife Trust.
This traditional afternoon tea for two package entitles the holder to a selection of freshly baked homemade scones, Devonshire clotted cream, Tiptree preserves, seasonal homemade cakes and finger sandwiches with luxury fillings served with your choice of tea or filter coffee.
Afternoon tea is served daily between 2-5pm and reservations are subject to availability.
Valid until 1st May 2018.