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You can now get an afternoon tea delivered directly to your door in the Cotswolds

PUBLISHED: 10:43 29 August 2017 | UPDATED: 10:43 29 August 2017

Mrs D's Vintage Afternoon Teas

Mrs D's Vintage Afternoon Teas

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The quintessential British treat of finger sandwiches, scones and cakes and, of course, tea, can now be enjoyed at home thanks to Mrs D’s Vintage Afternoon Teas

Whether enjoyed in a charming café, luxurious hotel or grand manor house, at Cotswold Life, we love whiling away the hours with good company over an afternoon tea.

Now there’s no need to leave the house, as the ‘tealivery’ service provided by Mrs D’s Vintage Afternoon Teas can deliver an afternoon tea directly to your front door.

The service has received rave reviews from customers who love the warm, personable service from the ladies of Mrs D’s – Annette Dukes and Sadie Dyer.

Mrs D's Vintage Afternoon TeasMrs D's Vintage Afternoon Teas

Everything is provided in a hamper – think delicate china, cutlery, tablecloths and napkins (which can be personalised for a special occasion) alongside a selection of four finger sandwiches, scones, jam, clotted cream and a variety of three homemade cakes. Tea, milk and sugar cubes are also included. Vegan options are available too.

Mrs D’s Vintage Afternoon Teas are £12.50 per person and delivery is free within a 15 mile radius of Moreton-in-Marsh. The teas can be hosted too; larger parties can arrange set up, decoration and waitress service with prices starting at £15 per person.

Mrs D's Vintage Afternoon TeasMrs D's Vintage Afternoon Teas

Deliveries can be made to the workplace, a chosen venue or even a holiday cottage for those enjoying a break in the Cotswolds. Gift cards are also available.

Find out more, or how to book, on Mrs D’s Vintage Teas Facebook page.

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