Infotel Magazine | Edition 43 | August 2019


Stay and play from the fairways and the greens of hotel golf courses or devour tiers of tasty morsels in our Afternoon Delights spread! Plus we've a roundup of the latest discounts and deals, trending and feature hotels, all ready to welcome you! READ NOW >>

The outstanding Mercure Kenwood Hall Hotel

and Spa in Sheffield is serving afternoon tea in a

quintessential style befitting the elegant ritual, in

their recently launched Laura Ashley Tea Room.

Open from 10am to 6pm and with its distinctive

signature Laura Ashley décor and fine china, guests

are certainly in for an hour or two of sophistication

in a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere.

The Tea Room has a choice of menus, starting at

£20 for traditional afternoon tea up to £30 for the

champagne tea. There’s also a savoury option for

those who don’t have a sweet tooth and proving

you’re never too young to experience this great

British tradition, a children’s afternoon tea is also

available for just £10.

The tiers of temptation include tantalizing

sandwiches of goats’ cheese and beetroot, honey

roast ham and piccalilli, Scottish smoked salmon

and cream cheese plus tasty Henderson’s rarebit.

For fans of savoury treats, and if it’s not too much

of a sacrifice, hold back on these tasty sandwiches

and enjoy the most deliciously soft boiled Scotch

egg imaginable, flaky pastry pork pie and a piece

of moist fruit cake with Wensleydale cheese before

savouring light and fluffy buttermilk scones, jam

and clotted cream.

Then pause. And linger over the Laura Ashley loose

leaf tea and a Prosecco refill!

The top tier of the Laura Ashley cake stand is a

beauty! Macaroons, mousses and mouth-wateringly

scrumptious cakes and pastries provide the final

sugar rush on what is a lovely experience delivered

with thoughtful service. Gluten and vegan options

are available along with morning brunch so

whether you’re staying at the hotel or visiting

Sheffield for the day, do make time for tea here.


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