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Marks & Spencer Empress Grey Tea 50 Tea Bags

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Follow the carefully-crafted footpaths through National Trust woodland, while spotting a variety of wildlife on the way, to a final destination at The Forest Café. This small outlet in Hatfield Forest near Bishop's Stortford provides tea and cake for walkers, who can relax on wooden tables overlooking a vast lake. The Inn on the Park is set in 100 acres of St Albans parkland. The tea room uses fair trade produce, and, where possible, goods sourced from local suppliers to provide customers with the freshest ingredients. Visitors to Verulamium Park can enjoy the river and Roman ruins as well as playgrounds, a splash park and crazy golf. Bear in mind there is no indoor shelter for diners and a fair stroll beforehand - but that's the point.

Just north of Royston in Melbourn, is a former mill house set in pretty landscaped gardens. A popular wedding venue, Sheene Mill also offers a delicious afternoon tea spread of sandwiches, scrumptious homemade scones and heavenly mini desserts with the option of upgrading to champagne (well, why not?). Booking is essential due to the fresh preparation of the items. Sheene Mill was our Restaurant of the Year in the 2018 Hertfordshire Life Food & Drink Awards. This beautifully decorated fine tea and cake parlour on Berkhamsted High Street is a great place to take tea after a spot of shopping. Enjoy a selection of finest teas from all over the world which are all ‘counter brewed’ in a traditional eastern way, with brewing time and water temperature key. Winner of numerous awards, this charming village spot has been a labour of love for owners Sarah Parker and husband Nigel for over 10 years. Once Wrights brewery, the couple decided to open part of their home as a tearoom. Mary, Sarah’s mum, still bakes delicious scones each morning. Great Hallingbury Manor is so popular, staff are probably already taking bookings for Christmas. The Tudor-style grand building near Bishop's Stortford has a stylish contemporary interior from which visitors can enjoy spectacular views of the lake while eating fine delicacies. The hotel has an emphasis on being eco-friendly. Get dressed up and head to Hanbury Manor for a touch of elegance. This grand country house was built in 1890 and serves afternoon tea in the Cast Iron Restaurant with views over the award-winning golf course.

Having expanded to seat 33 people, We R Cakes in Datchworth is a delightful little 1940s-style vintage tea room housed in a converted barn surrounded by fields and an ancient bluebell wood. The tearoom is next to a gallery with work by local artists. Eclectic, creative and scrummy. This cosy hotel, a 'home away from home', has been a social hub in Hertford since the 18th century and offers a friendly welcome. The hotel's afternoon tea is 'bottomless', so enjoy unlimited speciality teas and coffee with sandwiches, delectable cakes and home baked scones.

Knebworth House provides cherished childhood memories. After all, not many afternoon tea venues can say they have a dinosaur trail and an adventure playground. The house caters for a more sedate experience too, with tours of the house and gardens. The Garden Terrace Tea Room offers a traditional tea spread to visitors, who can choose their own cake (and eat it). Sink into a comfortable chair or in summer enjoy tea on the terrace at this beautiful 17th century Georgian House. Finger sandwiches are accompanied by delicate pastries including Battenberg cake - the house was once home to Prince Louis of Battenberg, grandfather of the Duke of Edinburgh. The Centurion Club is a sophisticated venue that will appeal to both golf lovers and tea connoisseurs. Afternoon tea is served in the elegant Garden Room with views overlooking the lake to the 18th green. Neat mouth-watering sandwiches including roast beef with truffle butter are served with delicate cakes and pastries.Afternoon tea requires a table reservation 24 hours in advance. Please call the café on 01727 838246. A long-established country house, Down Hall Hotel and Spa on the edge of Bishop's Stortford is the quintessential place to take tea. Set in 110 acres of landscaped gardens, visitors to the grand stately home can enjoy afternoon tea on the terrace - a sun trap in the summer months, or the Garden Room restaurant, and from April the stunning lounge. Those with hobbies of the green-fingered variety will enjoy a visit to the Great Amwell-based Van Hage Garden Centre. Not only does it cater for your horticultural needs, it also provides afternoon tea as well as an animal farm and a miniature steam railway - bound to cause excitement among family members both young and young at heart. This hidden haven offers afternoon tea on the terrace, in its bright brasserie or sink in to a velvet sofa in the hotel's stylish lounge. This imposing hotel plus golf course in Apsley, to the south of Hemel, is a mix of contemporary style and Victorian grandeur. Afternoon tea is taken in the Orangery and there is a terrace overlooking the formal Dutch Gardens.

Kept in the family for more than a century, Foxholes Farm in Hertford is dedicated to producing high quality home grown meats and delicatessens, both for its afternoon tea and produce shop. The farm is a great place to take the little ones for afternoon tea, as children can enjoy the play area and explore the pet's corner. Tewin Bury Farm has evolved from a working farm to an idyllic rural escape. Set in 490 acres of countryside, there’s plenty of walks to enjoy to build up an appetite for afternoon tea in The Cowshed (we promise the cows are long gone).

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