Afternoon Tea for Two at Lumley Castle

Afternoon Tea for Two at Lumley Castle

• Delicious afternoon tea for two
• Enjoy in the stunning 600 year old Lumley Castle in County Durha

£35.00 from Virgin Experience Days

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Enjoy a quintessentially English treat with this Afternoon Tea for Two at Lumley Castle in County Durham. Surrounded by beautiful parklands overlooking the River Wear, this 600-year-old castle now serves as one of the finest hotels and dining destinations in the region. You’ll indulge in a delicious afternoon tea for two featuring assorted finger sandwiches, scrumptious cakes, homemade scones with jam and cream, alongside your choice of freshly brewed tea or coffee. Served in Lumley Castle’s stylish Library Bar and Black Knight Restaurant, this truly is an afternoon dining experience with a difference. Warm yourself by a roaring fire in winter, or take a take a stroll around the stunning grounds in summer. Whenever you choose to go, you’ll be sure to have a memorable time at this magnificent monument to a bygone era.

Extra information about this Afternoon Tea experience

Scones with cream and jam Freshly-made sandwiches A selection of cakes Choice of tea or coffee Exper

On arrival at Lumley Castle, you’ll be greeted by staff and shown to your table in either the Library Bar or Black Knight Restaurant (subject to availability), where you’ll enjoy your afternoon tea of assorted finger sandwiches, homemade fresh scones with jam and cream, cakes, as well as your choice of either tea or coffee. Lumley’s stylish Library Bar offers comfortable surroundings to dine in, with a log fire in the winter to add to the cosy atmosphere. Or perhaps you’ll find yourselves in the Black Knight Restaurant, an elegant setting with subtle lighting and lavish furnishings. Whichever one you dine in, you’ll enjoy a sensational setting in which to experience your afternoon tea for two.

Participant guidelines: Under 16s must be accompanied by a full paying adult The experience content,


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Author: Jim Robinson

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