Afternoon tea at the Old Hall Hotel in Buxton ensures you will be made to feel special, enjoying a little bit of luxury for an hour or two with friends or family.
Afternoon tea is served daily 14.00 – 16.30
Welcome to the Old Hall Hotel in Buxton, reputed to be the oldest hotel in England. As well as the long history and connections to Mary Queen of Scots, visitors come back time and time again, so they say, because of their charm, good food and individuality…and because they sit at the heart of Derbyshire’s market town of Buxton, on the edge of the beautiful Peak District.
Afternoon tea is an English tradition, replicated in all the top British hotels. Reminiscent of old colonial days, it conjures up fine bone china, cucumber sandwiches and cream scones.
The Old Hall Hotel offer a relaxed atmosphere – they don’t dictate a dress code and if you don’t care for cucumber sandwiches, they have an afternoon tea menu that will appeal to all tastes! That said, their most popular afternoon tea menu is still smoked salmon and cucumber sandwiches, scones with jam and clotted cream, sweet treats, and of course a pot of tea, and a glass of Fizz!