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Afternoon Tea at Storrs Hall

Enjoy a very English tradition in a quintissentially English setting, surrounded by the beauty of the Lake District. It's the perfect way to spend an afternoon...


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Storrs Hall has long been one of the most popular venues for afternoon tea in the Lake District. It's the ideal setting for this English favourite, which can be enjoyed in the relaxing atmosphere of the country house or on the lawns leading down to the lake.Storrs Hall Autumn 2014-133

Afternoon tea is served between 12.30pm and 5pm, and consists of a selection of mouth-watering sandwiches, savouries, scones and cakes. And perhaps you'd like to order a glass of fizz to complete this indulgent feast?

To book tea with us here at Storrs Hall or for any further information, please call: 015394 47111

We also have Afternoon Tea gift vouchers available, which are a lovely way to celebrate any occasion.

View our gift vouchers




£24 per person

A selection of homemade sandwiches and savouries

Freshly-baked scones with Cornish clotted cream and strawberry preserve

A selection of homemade cakes, pastries and fancies



£32 per person

A selection of homemade sandwiches and savouries 

Freshly- baked scones with Cornish clotted cream and strawberry preserve 

A selection of homemade cakes, pastries and fancies 

Served with House Champagne



£45 per person 

In addition to our traditional afternoon tea we have added a glass of House Champagne and a celebration cake to make your afternoon tea even more memorable (Please pre-book this option a minimum of 48 hours in advance). 



£10 per person

Freshly-baked scones with Cornish clotted cream and strawberry preserve




Loose Leaf Teas


Planters’ Breakfast

Before English breakfast had its name. The early tea planters enjoyed its full bodied flavours in Ceylon. The perfect conditions for creating that rich full taste are found in the Dimbula valley where this is handpicked.


Planters’ Afternoon

The traditional afternoon tea of cakes and sandwiches is best taken with a bright and fragrant tea. This award winning tea is handpicked on the rolling hills of Ceylon’s Uva region. Ideal on its own or with a splash of milk.


Planters’ Earl Grey

The most aristocratic of teas is infused with the unmistakable aroma of bergamot. This Earl Grey is handpicked and infused with a drop of natural bergamot oil.


Planters Decaffeinated

While it may lack the caffeine it has depth and complexity with an exquisite flavour.


Planters’ Green

Grown on high peaks and handpicked to fully satisy the green tea connoisseur. A large tea leaf curled and pan heated to produce a light mellow brew with a delicate flavour and aroma.


Ceylon Chai

A spicy taste with hints of cinnamon, this tea is made using natural Ceylon spices that are carefully married with high grown tea to give a reviving and calming brew.


Waldemar Roasted Oolong

Grown at 6000ft on the Waldemar estate. The deep roasting process produces a rich and autumnal tea with fragrant notes of poached pears with a sweet nutty finish.


Souchong Seredipity

A tea which flourishes at sea levels, it is gently smoked over cinnamon wood furnishing it with a fragrant smoked note.


Apple Cinnamon

Artful blend of black tea, apple pieces, hibiscus, marigold, liquorice and Ceylon cinnamon gives a fruity and spicy twist to your tea

Please advise if you have any food allergies or intolerances before ordering 

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