Afternoon Tea

Long Gallery Afternoon Tea

Our Afternoon Tea is served in the Long Gallery, and features finger sandwiches made with fresh locally-baked breads,
home-made cakes and loose leaf teas (prosecco and sparkling wine options are also available).

We have a strong focus on locally-sourced ingredients – our milk is from Oxspring, our herbs and lettuce is from
Lincolnshire, our brie is from Yorkshire and our loose leaf tea is blended in Dinnington.

The Afternoon Tea is served on Wedgwood’s Old Country Roses Royal Albert fine china. Inspired by an English country garden
in full bloom, it is the perfect pairing for enjoying the view of the gardens from the Long Gallery.

Winter Afternoon Tea

Saturdays and Sundays from 22nd January, 11.30am-2.30pm
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£21.95 per person
Add a glass of prosecco for £5.00
Add a glass of English sparkling wine for £8.00

Afternoon Tea Offers

House & Garden Discount
When you book any Long Gallery Afternoon Tea you will also receive a 50% discount when you book House and Garden admissions too.
Simply add to your cart when booking your Afternoon Tea.

Afternoon Tea is also available to order to our Garden Day Cabins, Meadow Pipit and Wood Lark.

Please note, due to the age and nature of the house, there is no disabled access
to the uppers floors which includes the venue for Afternoon Tea.

A Tea-lightful Review of Our Afternoon Tea!

Joanne Wheatley and her friends are avid fans of the Afternoon Tea. They have sipped and nibbled their way through so many, they once reviewed them for their local paper.

During the pandemic, the Mosborough ladies had to improvise, meeting up in the grounds of Derbyshire’s Renishaw Hall with dainty picnics. So they were delighted when they heard Wentworth Woodhouse was staging Afternoon Teas again, just in time for the 60th birthday of Denise Beck, one of the girls.

Their verdict? Tea-licious!

“Many teas have a modern twist that we don’t like. Wentworth follows the tradition beautifully.  It’s not just the food, it’s the atmosphere and the little details – the Sheffield-made silverware, the fine China and that essential pot of hot water. The Long Gallery is such a lovely setting. There was the sense of years gone by. With music playing gently in the background, we sat and let our imaginations go wild about who had been there before us centuries ago.”

“The food was just right. Lots of places do the cake overload, but the balance of sandwiches and cakes was perfect and everything was very light. The waitresses were very attentive but not overly so; we never had to remind them of anything. We thought the cost of the afternoon tea was very good value, particularly as it includes a visit to the gardens, too. On our visit there was a garden festival in full-swing, so we were offered a ticket to walk around the house instead. What a treat! The birthday girl got to waltz in the Marble Saloon!”

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