5 Spots For A Cup Of Tea In Worcester

Enjoy a cup of tea in Worcester the next time you’re out with a senior; visit some of our favourite spots in town to get a pot of tea.

5 Spots For A Cup Of Tea In Worcester | Home Instead

G & T, Friar Street

For an afternoon tea that is truly traditional, look no further than the cosy tearoom at The Cross. Here, you can enjoy freshly-baked scones, finger sandwiches and a selection of cakes, all presented on delicate china. To make it even more special, why not add a gin cocktail served from a vintage teapot?

Centenary Lounge, The Cross

Alternatively, make it a 1920s-style experience at the Centenary Lounge. This art deco-style café has been refurbished to give a taste of Britain’s past railways and offers four afternoon teas to choose from, including a vegan option.

Friar Street Kitchen

If it’s something a little more unique you’re after, then Friar Street Kitchen’s mini picnic benches could be the perfect choice. With mini cheeseburgers, hand cut chips, buttermilk chicken and mozzarella sticks, plus a selection of sweet treats, it’s sure to be a memorable experience.

The Twisted Spoon, Upton Snodsbury

The Twisted Spoon in Upton Snodsbury is another great choice. Surrounded by countryside, this tea house serves up homemade cakes and locally-sourced ingredients in a very special setting. Plus, they now also offer a savoury afternoon tea, complete with prosecco.

Chocolate Deli

Finally, for a truly magical experience, head to Stanbrook Abbey and enjoy an afternoon tea at the Chocolate Deli. This former Grade II listed monastery, built in the early 16th century, is surrounded by dramatic stone cloisters and gothic stained-glass windows. You can choose from a full afternoon tea or upgrade to a Champagne afternoon tea for that extra touch of indulgence.

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