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Mother’s Day afternoon tea in Surrey

Nothing saying 'I love you' like finger sandwiches and scones, right? We've rounded up six of the best places in Surrey to treat mum to Afternoon Tea this Mother's Day.

Barnett Hill Hotel – Guildford

Fancy treating mum to one of the most decadent afternoon teas imaginable? Served in the 1905 Bar and Library, the menu designed by Jose Graziosi is full of tempting treats, light-as-air finger sandwiches and of course, freshly baked scones. We’re pleased to see lemon drizzle cake, passionfruit meringue tart AND double chocolate brownies all on the menu. The experience is £34.50 per person, which includes a glass of Prosecco!

Great Fosters – Egham

Served in the historic Anne Boleyn drawing room, afternoon tea at the Great Fosters estate is a special affair indeed. From delicate bavarois to moreish eclairs, this experience is sure to make your mum feel extra spoilt! There is even a separate vegetarian afternoon tea menu, which veggies will appreciate is a real treat! The egg and cress bridge roll, pina colada macaroon and lime and elderflower tart all have our names on! Prices on a Sunday are £37 per person and bookings can be made at 1pm, 1.15pm, 3.30pm, 3.45pm or 4pm.

Warren House – Kingston

If your mum is a tea connoisseur, this is the place to book this Mother’s Day. There are 12 loose teas on the menu to choose from, including the rather intriguing chocolate and vanilla tea. Expect delicious finger sandwiches, scones and sweet treats galore (even the unsung hero of the cake world – the Battenburg) and every mother will be given a gift from Warren House. How lovely! Prices start from £28.95 per person.

Beaverbrook – Leatherhead

Served in The Dining Room or on the terrace overlooking the gardens if the weather decides to spoil you, afternoon tea at Beaverbrook is a real treat! The buttermilk fruit scones served with Cornish clotted cream and Butterfly & The Bee jams are to die for, and you can upgrade your experience with a glass of Laurent-Perrier La Cuvée Champagne – don’t mind if we do! An afternoon of treats cost £45 or £60 for the boozy version.

Langshott Manor – Horley

Created by Head Chef Josh Mann, this three-rosette awarded afternoon tea can be enjoyed traditionally in The Mulberry with crisp white linen or, if you prefer, in one of the lounges for a more casual treat. Available daily from 12pm – 5pm, the afternoon tea can be enjoyed with or without champagne and Langshott Manor also offers gluten free and vegetarian options. We are obsessing over the mini beef and horseradish Yorkshire pudding and coffee choux bun – how delicious does that sound?! The experience costs £25 per person on a Sunday, or £34 for that extra fizz.

The Runnymede on Thames – Egham

They’re doing things little differently at The Runnymede on Thames with a buffet style afternoon tea on Mother’s Day with bottomless fizz and refills of tea and coffee. It’ll be served in the Riverside Suite, which as the name suggests, has lovely views out over the river. Help yourself to finger sandwiches, homemade cakes, a towering stack of profiteroles with accompaniments of fruit coulis and chocolate sauce, plus scones with jam and cream from the buffet. And to top of off, mums will also receive a complimentary confectionery bag! Cost is £28 per adult and £15 per child.

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