Everything stops for tea
Afternoon Tea is one of the great English traditions. Anna Russell, Duchess of Bedford and a friend of Queen Victoria, is credited with the invention of the daily ritual of Darjeeling tea and cake in the 1840s. In the West Country today, Cream Tea is incomplete without a scone, jam and clotted cream.
Here at Dormy House, Afternoon Tea has become an essential feature of our day. Between 2.30pm and 6pm 7 days a week, you can take it in The Potting Shed, take it in one of our lovely lounges, or take it upstairs to bed!
We have Afternoon Teas to delight every kind of diner. We’ve created a serious Farmhouse Tea for those who want to fill their boots. Even those of you who suffer from a gluten-intolerance can join in the fun.
Our scones are freshly baked in our kitchen and the jam is made in our own kitchen, using fruit from the Vale of Evesham. Afternoon Tea at Dormy House is one British tradition you won’t want to miss.
To book afternoon tea please Tel: 01386 852711
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From South: M5 J9, take A46 signed Evesham to island & follow B4077 signed Stow. At Toddington island turn left on B4632 signed Broadway. After 5 miles at T-junction before village of Broadway turn left, after 1 mile take A44 signed Oxford - go to top of hill & turn left signed & Dormy House is on left. From North: M5 J6, take A4538 Evesham, at town limit turn left into 'The Squires' signed Stratford & Birmingham & bypass taking A44 signed Oxford/Broadway & follow as south west (M5)
Nearest Train Station
Directions from Train Station
Fast & frequent trains from Paddington to Moreton-in-Marsh (Hereford Line); 1 hour 40 minutes. Taxi service available by prior arrangement.
- Coach parties accepted
- Credit cards accepted (with charge)
- Disabled toilets
- Facilities for groups
- Public toilets
- Wheelchairs available
- Facilities for conferencing