Afternoon Tea For Two Deluxe
Indulge in a spot of elegance with an Afternoon Tea For Two Deluxe experience. Whether it's a posh London hotel or a quiet country house, the experience is guaranteed to be most fanciful.
What you get
A spot of afternoon tea has been a British tradition for hundreds of years. We're a nation of tea drinkers, so lauding it up a bit seems only fitting. It's the perfect excuse to spoil yourself and a friend or loved one to some of the most exquisite cakes, macaroons, teas - obviously - and other fancies.
You could be indulging in a Deluxe afternoon of tri-tiered delights sooner, and cheaper, than you think with Clubcard vouchers; just exchange £30 and Bob's your uncle.
As part of a perfect gift for a special occasion or just to treat someone, you could be relaxing in London's Cake Boy Emporium or the Radisson Edwardian Grafton. Either that or a spectacular country house in the Lake District with daydream-inducing views over the water.
How to place your order
1. Select the quantity of token codes you’d like using the basket on the right. Any change left over from your Clubcard vouchers will be added back into your Clubcard Account.
2. We’ll aim to send you two emails within 30 minutes. One will be your order confirmation. The other will contain your token codes and instructions on how to use them.
3. Simply follow the instructions in your email to use your token codes.
- Good - when it arrivesBy Russell05 July 2014aged 65 or overMale
I was clearly under the immersion that I had ordered up afternoon tea for four - with a glass if champagne. Turns out that someone's advertisement (perhapsTesco?) is misleading - because I was embarrassed in front of the other three with me (it was my treat), to discover that the champagne was not included. In order to reduce my embarrassment, I ended up buying the champagne. The afternoon tea was delicious -- when it eventually arrived. We were booked for 3.30pm - arrived at 3.15.pm but didn't receive the afternoon tea until 4.30pm - and then only because we asked. I reckon they had forgotten about us. A suggestion to compensate for the extraordinary delay was ignored by the manager, and no alternative offered. Despite the good tea, I am not inclined to return as the level of service was extremely poor for a place with such an alleged reputation. I would appreciate a response please.Date used : 05/07/2014
- A pleasant afternoonBy Lionheart20 June 2014aged 45 to 54Male
My wife and I took Afternoon Tea at the Bristol Marriott prior to a concert at Clifton Cathedral. It proved to be an excellent idea: completely unrushed, pleasant service and newspapers to boot. Each item very acceptable, fresh and extra-enjoyable thanks to payment by "points"!Date used : 14/06/2014
- Nidd hall delux afternoon teaBy Jollyjulie16 June 2014aged 45 to 54Female
Booked delux afternoon tea with champagne at Nidd Hall for Two people as a treat for myself and my sister as we were on holiday together. The Hall is a beautiful old building with lovely grounds. On arrival we were shown to the room where afternoon tea was being served. We were given the choice when we would like our champagne and strawberries, but not offered a choice of sandwich fillings, which would have been nice as neither of us particularly like smoked salmon. The stand of sandwiches cakes and scones arrived after we had eaten our strawberries but no offer of when we would like tea or coffee, although we ended up requesting it ourselves. The cakes were mini chocolate/mousse/sponge more like petite fours rather than cakes, which we found out were bought, not home made. Whilst at Nidd Hall we saw people eating "proper cake" which would have been preferable. Exchanging thirty pounds worth of vouchers we only saved nine pounds and don't think this particular afternoon tea was worth it, where as last years at Linthwaite House was perfect. I would recommend this product to other but maybe not at Nidd Hall. The staff particularly Rita and the young man who served us were very friendly and professional.Date used : 16/06/2014
- Exquisite Afternoon Champagne TeaBy ChampagneGirl11 November 2013
We had a wonderful day in Bury St. Edmunds having booked for four people to have the Afternoon Champagne Tea at The Ickworth Hotel. This was a birthday celebration and did not disappoint. On arrival we were given the option of having the Champagne either at the beginning or the end of the tea. We chose the beginning to set the scene and it was delicious. This was followed by a selection of smoked salmon with creme cheese, ham and horseradish, cheese and pickle and cucumber finger sandwiches along with a large pot of tea. Changes could be made according to client taste. Scones with jam & clotted cream, small cakes and meringues were also displayed. Everything was extremely fresh and very tasty. The customer service was excellent and the staff were very attentive. We were extremely well looked after. To complete the experience we made a day of our visit and viewed the Cathedral before our Afternoon Tea and went to the very tiny Royal Theatre during the evening. Certainly a day to remember and I would highly recommend the Afternoon Champagne Tea at The Ickworth Hotel.Date used : 06/11/2013
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• Token codes are valid for 6 months from issue.
• Token codes can only be redeemed online.
Terms & Conditions
• You must exchange your Clubcard vouchers for tokens, Clubcard vouchers will not be accepted by the supplier.
• Token codes are not transferable.
• All standard Tesco.com and Clubcard scheme terms and conditions apply, these can be found on the website.
• Unused, expired and redeemed token codes cannot be refunded, exchanged or returned. This does not affect your statutory rights.