Gloucestershire is blessed with beautiful views from almost every direction — and at Tewkesbury Park, guests visiting the hotel get to enjoy uninterrupted views of the stunning Malvern Hills and the Cotswold Escarpment from its position high up on a hillside, within 164 acres of grounds.
Famous for its afternoon tea, it's also one of the only hotels in the county where you can enjoy this indulgent treat while gazing out over those breath taking views all the way into Worcestershire.
With all of its food lovingly prepared by SGGLA Chef of the Year, Anuj Thakur and his award-winning team, Tewkesbury Park's menu champions locally-sourced produce in every dish — and its afternoon tea is no exception.
Diners can tuck into sandwiches and savouries filled with Severn and Wye smoked salmon; honey-roast ham and Tewkesbury mustard; and Double Gloucester cheese with rocket and caramelised tomato relish, followed by freshly-baked plain and fruit scones slathered in local strawberry jam and Devonshire cream and a selection of sweet treats with flavours that reflect the season.
With afternoon tea handmade fresh in Tewkesbury Park's own kitchen each day, it's also well-equipped for diners with dietary requirements, with gluten-free, vegan and vegetarian options readily available and most allergies catered for, too.
Its decadent afternoon tea costs £30 per person and the sparkling afternoon tea, complete with a glass of Hattingley Valley Rose English sparkling wine, costs £37, with unlimited loose leaf tea or Clifton coffee to enjoy.
Cosy up in front of the fire in one of Tewkesbury Park's sumptuous lounges when it's cold outside, with its stylish and carefully thought-out interiors providing a chic country house vibe — or grab a table on its sun-trap terrace to really soak up those incredible views on warmer days.
Afternoon tea at Tewkesbury Park is served daily from 1pm to 5pm.
For more information, or to book in for afternoon tea, visit tewkesburypark.co.uk.