Enjoy a classic English tradition with afternoon tea at the Milestone Hotel in London, one of the best places to enjoy afternoon tea in London. At The Milestone Hotel, you can sip your tea in the style of the barons and ambassadors of yore.
High tea is a quintessentially English tradition that can be sampled during this experience. Sandwiches are served with scones baked fresh to order with Devonshire clotted cream and homemade preserves, along with a variety of pastries including tartlets, cupcakes, and macaroons. Inquire ahead of time if you have a food allergy or intolerance.
- Enjoy tea at your leisure in fine surroundings
- Experience the superior service The Milestone has provided
- Discover the rich history of The Milestone Hotel in London.
Enjoy this classic English tradition with a relaxing afternoon tea a the Milestone Hotel, one of the best places to enjoy afternoon tea in London. Settle down with us for a bite of delicious finger sandwiches, freshly-baked scones served alongside Devonshire clotted cream and a selection of delectable pastries. And, of course, sate your thirst with a vast tea menu including a selection of exclusive single estate teas.
This classic experience also includes the chance to learn about the vast history of the Milestone Hotel, built in 1689 and once home to Barons, Ambassadors, and other figures of power.
Don’t worry about bringing the little ones – we have specially designed Little Prince and Princess Afternoon Tea menus that will delight guests of all ages. Plus, they’ll enjoy a complimentary milkshake.
- Finger Sandwiches: Smoked Scottish salmon and cream cheese, free-range egg mayonnaise and Hampshire watercress, roast ham and English mustard, Mull of Kintyre Cheddar and tomato, cucumber and Greek yogurt, and chicken mayonnaise with chopped almonds.
- Freshly-Baked Scones served with Devonshire clotted cream and homemade strawberry preserve.
- A selection of Tea served with milk or lemon.
- A mouth-watering selection of tea pastries.
Your traditional high tea awaits you at The Milestone Hotel in Kensington, London. The building, which dates back to 1689, was once a residence for barons and ambassadors, and its exterior and elegant lobby are sure to impress. Get comfortable in the dining room and prepare to be pampered with top-notch service during this truly English custom.
For the tea service, there are three levels of sandwiches, French pastries, and plain scones. All of these treats are served alongside Devonshire clotted cream and a variety of pastries like tartlets and macarons. Choose from a wide selection of teas, including a number of single-estate offerings.
A sample list of finger sandwiches can be found in the Itinerary section. The Milestone Hotel offers a special Little Prince and Princess Afternoon Tea menu, complete with a delicious milkshake, for their younger guests. Special dietary needs can be met if the hotel is informed ahead of time.
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