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The Confectioner's Afternoon Tea
Inspired by the founder of Searcys, John Searcy, who started as a head confectioner to the Duke of Northumberland and established Searcys in 1847. Begin with a tour of the prestigious building, including the sweeping staircase, before settling down for Afternoon Tea in a truly stunning setting.
ST PANCRAS BY SEARCYS
The Instagrammable one
Let Searcys ‘pack’ your bag for you, with our Staycation Afternoon Tea in a suitcase! Sit back in one of the individual booths, complete with the original ‘Press for Champagne’ buttons and enjoy with a glass of Veuve Clicquot, with the option to upgrade to a limitless pour for 90 minutes. Afternoon Tea is served Monday - Saturday between 3pm and 5pm.
HELIX AT THE GHERKIN
The one with the view
The Gherkin puts the ‘high’ in high tea with its stunning 360-degree views across the City of London. Enjoy a selection of savouries and sweet treats, including Jersey fruit and plain scones, served with Cornish clotted cream and fruit preserve, followed by indulgent pastries of Florentine chocolate tart, blackberry macaron and caramel choux.
The City of London
THE PUMP ROOM
The musical one
Set in an iconic Georgian building that inspired the likes of Jane Austin and Mary Shelley, Champagne Afternoon Tea is complete with live classical music by England’s oldest professional trio. Tuck into savouries, homemade buttermilk scones and a selection of Pump Room pastries, including signature Bath buns (naturally).
THE ORANGERY RESTAURANT
The historic one
Spend your afternoon indulging in the most celebrated of British traditions. Afternoon Tea at The Orangery Restaurant is served daily with bookings available between 1pm and 4:30pm. Guests will be treated to a selection of savouries and tempting Afternoon Tea cakes whilst overlooking the idyllic parkland of Blenheim Palace.
Blenheim Palace, Oxfordshire