Enjoy in one of the UK�s prettiest al fresco spots at Buckland Manor

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Enjoy in one of the UK�s prettiest al fresco spots at Buckland Manor

Next week, 10-16 August, has been named �Afternoon Tea Week� and, if the sunshine plays ball then where better to enjoy one than in one of the UK�s prettiest al fresco spots? Right here in the Cotswolds, Buckland Manor is a favourite spot offering a quintessential garden which comes complete with Oscar, the resident golden Labrador, to hoover up any crumbs!

A stunning 13th century country manor house located near Broadway, Buckland Manor is set in 10 acres of gardens in the heart of the Cotswolds, and its beautiful terraces offer the perfect place to enjoy tea. Recently named Cotswold�s �Hotel Restaurant of the Year� by Cotswolds Life magazine, guests can choose from the Afternoon Cream Tea for �11.50pp, with tea, warm scones and cream, and homemade biscuits, or the Full Afternoon Tea for �21.50pp, which also includes sandwiches. Add a decadent glass of Champagne for �10 and sip while enjoying your surroundings.

Served 4-6pm daily, reservations are recommended, and guests are never hurried, but welcomed to stay as long as they wish to enjoy the hotel�s garden.

For further information or reservations visit Bucklandmanor.co.uk or call 01386 852 626.

Posted : 05/08/2015 11:43:06

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