Seaham Hall for Afternoon Tea

When you have as many Grandchildren as my Grandmother has buying presents for her can be rather difficult. 

So my sister and I can up with a plan to treat Gran, my Aunty and our mother for afternoon tea and as you can tell by the title we choose Seaham Hall.


Inside there was quite a confusion as someone clearly hadn't took our booking down correctly. Firstly we were sat in the absolutely freezing cold bar. Which might not seem like a big deal but it was far too cold. We couldn't even let my Grandma take her coat off. 


We were then moved in to the nice warm lounge where I had afternoon tea back in April last year. 



We were really hungry and as none of us had any dietary requirements we jump straight in with an order of 4 afternoon teas. 


We may not have any dietary requirements but we do have one very fussy eater. Emily ordered the picky fish platter as she doesn't like afternoon tea. 

It came with mackerel, smoked salmon, potted shrimp, scallops and some tuna.  




(Dad don't read this bit) Which she washed down with a glass of red. **I don't know who drinks red with fish? 


On the other hand I chose something a little more fizzy to accompany my afternoon tea. 


We had 2 tires of sweetness and from the sandwiches. 



The cakes were incredible. Chocolate brownie being my favourite of course. 



Emily ordered some chips. 



She wasn't that keen on sharing any. 

Afternoon tea at Seaham hall cost £22 and champagne afternoon tea is £32 and booking is imperative www.seaham-hall.co.uk. The perfect gift for mothers day. 



Seaham Hall for Afternoon Tea

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