What better way to enjoy a mid morning pick me up or afternoon treat?
For elevenses, Winnie-the-Pooh preferred honey on bread with condensed milk, and Paddington Bear often took elevenses at the antique shop on Portobello Road. Now it is your turn to revel in this famous tradition – and the setting is Ettington Park Hotel.
PRICE: from £18.95 per person
Served from:11am until 2pm daily
This is a reservation request service. We will respond to your request with a confirmation as soon as possible, usually within the same day.
Elevenses is served daily in the Great Drawing Room* of this historic country house hotel. Soak up the view whilst savouring each of our carefully prepared delights.
- Croque Monsieur and Croque Madame
- Selection of mini scotch eggs, pork and apple sausage roll and Yorkshire pudding with shredded beef and horseradish
- Cheese and smoked bacon scones, red onion jam, cream cheese
- A choice of freshly brewed loose-leaf tea: Assam, Earl Grey, peppermint, green, Darjeeling, decaffeinated and traditional English Blend or a cafetiere of aromatic coffee
*Please note during busy periods we may also serve elevenses in one of our private dining rooms
All ingredients may not be listed for menu items. If more information about allergens is required, please ask a member of the team
Pre-booking is required (24 hours notice)
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There is no better place to enjoy this beloved tradition than in the Great Drawing Room of this historic country house.