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Complimentary tea for two with all day tours in March and April

Rosehill has a very special offer for you this spring!

For all day tours booked on any date in March or April, you will be able to enjoy a free afternoon tea for two people at one of our specially selected luxury hotels.

With Mother’s Day coming up in the UK, this is a perfect opportunity to treat mum to a tour of the North or South Cotswolds (or both if you have the energy) and relax with an afternoon tea together while you enjoy the luxury surroundings of one of our hotel partners.

What do you get with afternoon tea?

A classic English afternoon tea consists of dainty sandwiches, sweet and savory pastries and cakes or scones with jam and cream. All served on a tiered tea stand with teapots and delicate cups and saucers. English breakfast tea is the traditional hot beverage despite its name suggesting it should be served in the morning, but this can usually be substituted for coffee or herbal and fruit teas.

Which hotels can you choose from for afternoon tea?

We have chosen four luxury Cotswolds hotels as your hosts for tea. But if you have a favorite, please mention it to us and we’ll see what we can do for you.

From the north Cotswolds tour

Lords of the Manor Hotel in Upper Slaughter

Afternoon tea is always special at Lords. You are invited to enjoy it on the lawn during glorious weather; or relax in the lounge in the cooler seasons, where you can sip your tea and sample our cakes with a log fire crackling beside you.’

Buckland Manor Hotel, Nr Broadway

Served in the lounges or on the terrace in good weather, ‘Enjoy a sumptuous home-made afternoon tea of finger sandwiches, fruit and plain scones with clotted cream and seasonal preserve, and a selection of delicious cakes. Served with your choice of teas or coffee.’

From the south Cotswolds tour

Lucknam Park Hotel and Spa, Chippenham

‘Where better to indulge in a traditional English afternoon tea than at Lucknam Park Hotel, an 18th century Palladian mansion set amidst 500 glorious acres of beautiful gardens and unspoilt parkland?’

Manor House Hotel, Castle Combe

‘A decadent, home-made afternoon tea for two (or more) served on a tiered cake stand with a glamorous sense of tradition and occasion. Afternoon Tea at The Manor House, near Bath, is served in Bybrook restaurant or one of our stunning lounges.’

How do we claim our free afternoon tea?

Very simply, when you book a full day tour of the Cotswolds, north or south, and quote the code TEAFORTWO, two people can be booked in at your chosen hotel for a free afternoon tea, served at around 3-4pm on the same day as the tour.

Of course, more people are welcome to join you on the tour and for tea, but the code can only be used once per booking.

Are you ready to enjoy tea? Call us today on +44 1452 595490 or email info@rosehilltravel.com.

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