Waddesdon Manor

Waddesdon Manor, in Buckinghamshire, has launched an afternoon tea offering specifically for groups at the Five Arrows Hotel, located on the estate. 

The change comes following the success of the launch of the Old Coach House at the Five Arrows Hotel on the Waddesdon Estate as a lunch venue last year. Groups are now able to book afternoon teas there, too.

Afternoon tea

The afternoon tea menu includes a variety of sweet and savoury treats including scones with clotted cream and jam, white chocolate delice, roast dinners such as beef with horseradish, and coronation chicken, as well as finger sandwiches. 

Kim Hallett, head of business development and tourism commented: “The Old Coach House at the Five Arrows is the perfect venue for groups with convenient onsite parking and accessibility straight into a private room with seating for up to 80 people. 

“The doors to the Old Coach House can be opened to allow access into the gardens. This year we are finding that groups are making use of the Five Arrows both as their catering venue while they visit the house and gardens at Waddesdon as well as on their way to and from Oxford, Bicester Village, the Cotswolds and Stratford Upon Avon.”

As a special launch offer all groups who book afternoon tea at the Five Arrows Hotel before the end of July will receive a 10% discount.

Groups at Waddesdon Manor

Groups with 15 members or more can benefit from special rates when visiting Waddesdon.

Various tours are available to book which will allow your group to visit the manor and grounds, where there is also an aviary.

Exhibitions are also held throughout the year, such as Step This Way: The Red Drawing Room Opened Up and Riches of the Earth.

Groups should contact groups@waddesdon.org.uk or visit www.waddesdon.org.uk for more information.