20/07/21 – Please click here to read our statement regarding temporary closure of the Garden Room Restaurant
With our Abbot’s Afternoon Tea, you can enjoy pots of freshly brewed loose-leaf tea, delicate sandwiches and mouth watering cakes. Freshly made daily and available in our Garden Room Restaurant, our classic Coombe Abbey Afternoon Tea is sure to leave a sweet taste in your mouth. Did you know, Coombe Abbey Hotel has been voted as one of the top 30 places to enjoy Afternoon Tea?
If you would like to join us, please ensure you pre-book in advance.
For the ultimate classic Coombe Abbey Afternoon Tea in Coventry and Warwickshire, discover our Abbot’s menu.
Please note from 9th August until the end of October, we will not be offering afternoon tea on Monday’s.Book Afternoon Tea
Egg Mayonnaise & Baby Watercress – Granary Bread
Croxton Manor Cheddar & Red Onion Marmalade- White Bread
Smoked Ham & Pommery Mustard Mayonnaise – Granary Bread
Greenland Prawn, Smoked Salmon, Cream Cheese & Lemon Balm – Mini Brioche Bun
Selection Of Cakes
Potted White Chocolate, Rhubarb & Stem Ginger Cheesecake
Mini Victoria Sponge
Raspberry & Candid Lemon Zest Dome
Mini “La Rose”, Mango Mousse & Passion Fruit
Freshly Baked Scone
Strawberry Jam & Whipped Cornish Clotted Cream
Your Choice Of Loose Leaf Tea Or Coffee
Vegetarian sandwiches are available.
Please inform us of any dietary requirements upon booking.Book Afternoon Tea
If you’re booking Afternoon Tea at Coombe Abbey Hotel for a special event or occasion, why not celebrate in style by choosing to add any of the following decorations to your table:
"Thank you, our event went very well, the whole experience was great, the girls enjoyed the Afternoon Tea and the wonderful surroundings. Thank you to your team for a lovely afternoon."
"Just to say thank you. We all really enjoyed the Afternoon Tea in the Walnut Room. The table looked amazing. I would recommend Coombe Abbey to anyone who wants to have a celebration. Thanks again for making my 70th birthday special."
This great British tradition was introduced by Anna Maria Russell, the seventh Duchess of Bedford as a way to stave off hunger pangs in the long gap between lunch and dinner. We’ve hand-chosen some historic period treats and sandwiches for a truly decadent Afternoon Tea.