Miss Hilda's Edwardian Cream Tea
Afternoon Tea at The Plas is a very special treat indeed!
In Edwardian society the ‘At Home’ was an important social event. Miss Hilda’s was no exception and was a truly splendid affair here at Plas Tan-Yr-Allt. There would be scones, jam and cream, iced fancies, meringues and fruit cake, popularly known as ‘cut and come again cake’. During the afternoon carriages would arrive at regular intervals. Ladies bedecked in their latest finery , protected against the suns glare by delicate parasols, would gather on the lawn. Coachmen and gentry alike ate extremely well, and they all said they loved to come to Plas Tan-Yr-Allt.
Carrying on this delightful and traditional aspect Miss Hilda’s Edwardian Cream Tea is taken in the Drawing Room or during the summer months on the Veranda for residents only between 3pm and 4:30pm.
‘Afternoon tea in the Drawing Room was a delight whilst admiring such beautiful views, every window was like a picture.' George & Paula
'Amazing - This place has the Wow factor - Afternoon tea in the Drawing Room was lovely.' Susan
'Weekend break with the WOW factor - Had a lovely two night stay here a couple of weeks ago. We received a very warm and friendly welcome from Mark who served us a delightful afternoon tea in the splendid Drawing Room.' Marjorie
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Miss Hilda’s Edwardian Cream Tea Menu (PDF)