Situated in beautiful landscaped gardens moments from the historic city of Oxford lies the breath-taking Blenheim Palace. An 18th century estate that is one of England’s largest houses, it is the principal resident of the Dukes of Marlborough. A World Heritage Site that was built between 1705-1722, it has a distinct baroque architecture that makes it stand out from the crowd.Visit To Blenheim Palace
Enter the enchanting palace and discover the impressive gilded state rooms home to the iconic Marlborough Tapestries, the awe-inspiring library that is lined with 10,000 books and the fascinating Churchill Exhibition. Transport yourself back to the 19th and 20th century, learning about the ‘Greatest Briton’, exploring the milestones in the life of the petulant leader. You can also visit the poignant memorial garden and walk in the steps of the great ruler along the trail. Often used as a set for both film and tv (such as the iconic Spectre and Rogue Nation), the enchanting palace guarantees a day that you will never forget. Whether you take delight in a delicious lunch in the Water Terrace Café or simply enjoy a tour of the magnificent palace, you will leave wanting to experience the day over and over again.Blenheim Palace Afternoon Tea
To make your day even more sublime, why not indulge in a decadent afternoon tea? Held in the opulent Orangery Restaurant, you can treat yourself to a delightful selection of finger sandwiches, scones, afternoon tea cake and a selection of dainty pastries. Alongside your delicious treat, savour a pot of loose-leaf tea or coffee. Alternatively, if you want to make the occasion that bit more special, push the boat out and enjoy a luxurious champagne afternoon tea, and sip on a refreshing glass of Searcys selected Cuvee. The perfect day out for anyone who likes a bit of history and a delectable treat, there is no better venue in which to enjoy this great British tradition!