Afternoon Tea in North Yorkshire
Join us for a decadent, homemade traditional Yorkshire afternoon tea for two (or more!) served on a tiered cake stand with a glamorous sense of tradition and occasion at this wonderful Scarborough hotel.
is available at Ox Pasture Hall Hotel every day from 2.00 pm - 5.00pm (although, must be booked by 10.00 am, as all scones and cakes are baked fresh) and is served in the hotels Lounges, bar, bistro or courtyard restaurant
If it is nice weather, you can also have your afternoon tea on one of the beautiful hotel terraces or thatched gazebo's.
Afternoon Tea - £16 per person
For that very special occasion, why not make it a Champagne Afternoon Tea. Champagne Afternoon Tea - £25 per person
If you don't fancy a full Afternoon Tea, how about:
A Cream Tea with home made scones, clotted cream, strawberry jam & tea or coffee. Cream Tea - £7.50 per person
Sweet Tooth! If you just fancy the tea, scones and cakes... you're more than welcome.
Tea, Scones & Cakes - £10 per person
All the above must be booked by 11.00 am, as all scones and cakes are baked fresh.
Outside of London, perhaps the place in England most associated with tea and Afternoon Tea is Yorkshire. We even have our own Yorkshire Tea
Afternoon tea is the most quintessential of English customs and was is introduced in England in 1840 by Anna, the seventh Duchess of Bedford. The Duchesses household would have their evening meal served fashionably late at eight o'clock, leaving a long period of time between lunch and dinner.
consumption in England increased dramatically during the early nineteenth century.