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    Afternoon Tea at Langshott Manor, Surrey Review

    Langshott Horley, Surrey, RH6 9LN, UK
    Afternoon Tea at Langshott Manor Review
     
    4 Star Rating
    Tags: Surrey, UK, Afternoon tea reviewsThe Bill: £18.50 per person
     

    Langshott Manor is a country house hotel nestled in the Surrey countryside, close to Gatwick. It’s an Elizabethan building that has been lovingly restored and functions as a high quality hotel and restaurant.

    We stayed there and enjoyed afternoon tea in the lounge in the original house. It was a relaxing wood panelled room with beautiful soft furnishings. It gave a real sense of the building’s history while still appealing to our modern sensibilities.

    We chose the vegetarian option, leaf tea and coffee. Our selection was beautifully presented on a three tier cake stand, and included cheese, tomato, cucumber and egg finger sandwiches, freshly made scones with clotted cream and jam.

    “Our afternoon tea at Langshott Manor was an enjoyable experience that we would gladly repeat.”

    This was followed by portions of carrot cake, chocolate brownie, bakewell tarts and a wonderfully tasty passion fruit posset topped with fresh mango to finish. Each course was a delight.

    All of the food was fresh, with lovely ingredients and a balance of tastes and textures we hoped they would be. The tea and coffee were hot, fresh and delivered on their promise.

    Our afternoon tea at Langshott Manor was quintessentially English and presented to a very high standard. It was an enjoyable experience that we would gladly repeat.

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