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.
Token codes must be ordered by 31st March 2015.
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 – please note this may take longer due to additional security checks. 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.
- DELUXE AFTERNOON TEABy voucher12318 Febuary 2015aged 45 to 54Female
Visited Marriot County Hall, London, on Feb. 12th to celebrate my daughter's birthday. We were one of the first to arrive (2.00pm) so we could pick where we wanted to sit - so we had a great view of the river and Big Ben. We were shown a selection of various teas to choose from with a bit of information about some of them. The sandwiches were freshly made with again a variety of fillings, two scones - one savoury with sour cream and chives and clotted cream and strawberry jam for the sweet and the final tier was a small selection of little sweet cakes - mostly with a pink theme - I guess because it was near to Valentines Day. The champagne was offered at the beginning and was "free flowing" we actually had about 5/6 glasses each - we both had a wonderful day and would thoroughly recommend visiting the Marriott County Hall. The only thing I would mention - that Tesco does or does not know and it is not advertised on their web site is that there is a £15.00 surcharge payable to the hotel upon bookings at Marriot County Hall for reservations between Friday to Sunday this is in the literature/information when you received your experience card. I don't know how correct this is because we visited on a Thursday afternoon. But this is definitely excellent value and a wonderful treat.Date used : 12/02/2015
- Afternoon Tea for Two DeluxeBy Miserable22 January 2015
Complete waste of £30 vouchers, don't bother. Nothing 'Deluxe' about it. Canteen china, good old 'joe's cafe' stainless steel teapot. Had to ask for a choice of tea. Was a birthday celebration afternoon tea, originally wanted to go to Alexander House Hotel, Turners Hill but this hotel was taken off the books albeit website showed hotel as being inclusive of this deal. Ended up at the Hickstead House Hotel instead. No ambiance at all. Lounge area drab, uninviting, basically the lobby before the restaurant. Sewage smell in reception area, which it seems by conversation overheard with staff-you get used to the smell once you've worked there a while!!!!!!!! Would not have given any stars but the review rating required an entry. Must be bad, this is the first time I've ever done a review.Date used : 21/01/2015
- AdequateBy ATexp18 October 2014aged 45 to 54Female
Disappointed. We were really looking forward to a lovely treat. Our tea was served in the bar area which was disappointing. A busy, noisy area. No ambiance We had to wait 25 minutes for the tea to arrive. It was ok, but hardly deluxe. Our waitress was lovely, but clearly very busy. Won't be going again :(Date used : 03/10/2014
- Littlecote beautiful house and lovely settingBy Gypsyann04 October 2014aged 45 to 54Male
We arrived to celebrate my mothers 80th birthday we were little disappointed that the table was not laid although we had booked time and location in the house. The waitress was very nice and gave us our champagne and cakes. Unfortunately she seemed very busy and we had to ask for our tea. We enjoyed the surrounding and had a lovely afternoon but a few things let the experience down.Date used : 23/09/2014
- Poor end to holidayBy Cheshire1307 September 2014aged 35 to 44
If you are paying using the vouchers be prepared to be stuffed in a corner of the bar which is being used as a workstation. We booked a table well in advance of the date and yet somehow we were not deemed as important as a party of 4 who filled the sofa space adequately in the lounge We arrived after only 30 minutes of the start of the afternoon tea session and were shown by a member of staff to the lounge table upon arrival. Another member of staff then came and requested that we move to another table. When we voiced our disgust at being moved into the bar - yes the BAR, we were able to overhear several staff unprofessionally discussing us in the next room. Despite initially asking about our dietary requirements upon booking, these were ignored and the food had to be returned only to be brought back incorrectly again! During our afternoon tea we were entertained by half naked guests from the spa wandering through to have a smoke on the terrace outside and the constant hum of the fridges. The only saving grace was the male waiter who eventually ended up serving us, he was polite, friendly and also professional although we still weren't moved to the lounge area. Maybe if the standards were set by him then a more enjoyable experience would have been had. If you are thinking of booking Afternoon Tea at The Greenway outside Gloucester then don't!Date used : 29/08/2014
- Pretty AverageBy Jerseygirl20 August 2014
Went for deluxe afternoon tea for two at Radisson Blu Mercer Street with hubby. Staff were polite but overall it lacked the style and tradition of a decent afternoon tea. Waited a while for our selected teas. Sandwiches were not fresh Lacking in choice. We were seated in a dark corner despite the restaurant being almost empty.
- Afternoon Tea For Two DeluxeBy Ryth31 July 2014aged 55 to 64Female
We had our Afternoon Tea at the Radisson Blu Edwardian in Mercer Street, near London's Covent Garden, in July 2014 and were really well 'treated'! We started with filter coffee while the sandwiches were freshly made, then the three plate high presentation arrived, with two pots of Earl Grey Tea (we were very thirsty!) We had four types of sandwiches, then scones with jam, thick cream and a little strawberry for presention. There was a choice of around four types of cakes and also a lovely little pot of dessert each. I thoroughly recommend spending vouchers in this way as we all need a treat from time to time!Date used : 31/07/2014
- 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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• You must exchange your Clubcard vouchers for tokens, Clubcard vouchers will not be accepted by the supplier.
• Token codes must be ordered by 31st March 2015 and are valid for 6 months from issue.
• Token codes are not transferable.
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