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Coombe Abbey Hotel to celebrate Afternoon Tea Week

An award-winning Warwickshire hotel renowned for its afternoon tea is all set to celebrate a very special week.

Today marks the start of Afternoon Tea Week 2017 and Coombe Abbey Hotel will be marking the occasion in style. Visitors who will be attending the venue to indulge in the Great British pastime all next week could be in with a chance of winning a return visit to enjoy afternoon tea with carols at Christmas.

All guests have to do is enter the prize draw on the day when they go along to Coombe Abbey to be in with a chance of winning.

The competition runs from Monday, August 14 to Sunday, August 20 and there will be one table prize winner drawn per day will win the amount of tickets of their party on the day.

Earlier this year Coombe Abbey was named as one of the 30 best places in the country to tempt the taste buds across the UK, compiled by The Telegraph. The list included the likes of famous venues such as The Ritz, Claridge’s, Fortnum & Mason and Betty’s Tea Rooms.

Ron Terry, general manager of the 12th century Brinklow-based venue, encouraged everyone to come along and help celebrate the special week.

“Coombe Abbey is well-known and highly regarded across Coventry and Warwickshire for its afternoon teas,” said Ron. “So, we thought that we had to celebrate Afternoon Tea Week properly.

“As a thank you for making us so successful, we thought it was an opportunity for everyone who is booked in with us or those that would like to book to be in with a chance of winning this great prize.”

Afternoon Tea Week goes ahead each year to help honour the British tradition that has been going since the 1840s.

Terms and conditions apply for the prize draw and include no cash alternative will be given and the prize is non-transferable. Selected dates apply for Afternoon Tea with Carols, subject to availability.

Afternoon tea is served daily in the Garden Room Restaurant at Coombe Abbey and guests have a choice of the traditional Abbot’s Afternoon Tea, but for those looking for something a little different there is also the Knight’s Afternoon Tea for guests who prefer a savoury option.