Afternoon Tea at The Gilmore
£25 and under
The famous tradition of afternoon tea began in the early 19th century, introduced by Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedfordshire. In Anna's household evening tea was served fashionably late at 8 o'clock. Therefore, leaving a long stretch from lunch where the Duchess would grow hungry and crave a cup of tea and something to nibble on. This then developed into a social gathering between friends and quickly spread into all fashionable societies becoming the quintessential tea tradition we know today. We proudly continue our version of this tradition in our very own tranquil setting , in the heart of Co Down. We invite you to come and join us, wind down and relax, whilst you take in our beautiful surroundings and indulge in a selection of finely cut sandwiches, miniature savouries, freshly baked scones and delicate miniature desserts provided by French Village, Belfast..
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