Enjoy a traditional afternoon tea at the wonderful Bembridge Coast Hotel
Relaxing, refined and tranquil; there’s no better way for you and a guest to unwind than an afternoon tea at Bembridge Coast Hotel. Set among the idyllic Isle of Wight countryside, this gorgeous getaway boasts breathtaking views of the Solent – and you’ll be delighted as you indulge with a sumptuous selection of sandwiches, cakes, scones and tea or coffee. A truly elegant traditional treat, this is a great chance to take some time out and really relax.
You and a friend will enjoy a delicious afternoon tea comprising delicate sandwiches, scones with jam and clotted cream, mouth-watering cakes and refreshing tea or coffee. Relax and enjoy your food in these remarkable surroundings – Bembridge Coast Hotel is set among the stunning countryside of the Isle of Wight and overlooks the dazzling blue seas of the Solent.
This experience is available at Isle of Wight:
Isle of Wight (South West) - Bembridge
Your voucher is valid for 10 months. This experience is for two people. On site car parking is available. The hotel has disabled access. Your tea will include the following; Princess cut sandwiches made with fresh farmhouse white and granary wholemeal breads filled with a traditional mix of fillings, two warm scones served with Devonshire clotted cream and Tiptree of Essex strawberry preserve, a selection of afternoon cakes & pastries and your choice of tea, herbal tea or coffee. Suitable for over 21s only. This experience is available from Monday - Sunday between 11am to 4pm. Regional items/ingredients may vary by site. All dates are subject to availability. Please have your voucher to hand when you contact the Warner Leisure Hotels Call Centre to arrange a date for your experience. Suitable for over 21s only. Dates are subject to availability.
Afternoon Tea for Two at Bembridge Coast Hotel
fabulous food and service
been on a few afternoon teas as gifts, this was the best by far.
17 September 2013
Unexpected guests for tea?
We arrived at the Bembridge Coast Hotel having booked ahead. The location was brilliant but nobody seemed to expect us and we were served tea with a lot of shop bought cakes that were sickly and unappetising. We left feeling disappointed as we were expecting a cream tea with homemade scones or something similar. Would not recommend as there are much better tea and cakes to be had elsewhere on the Isle of Wight.
06 July 2012