I love afternoon tea and love nothing more than going for afternoon tea with my friends and family, indulging in tiny sandwiches and delicious scones in great surroundings. It is one of my biggest joys in life. But, I recently discovered that a simple afternoon tea can become even more indulgent with not just a glass of prosecco or champagne but with unlimited alcohol – bottomless afternoon tea!
What is bottomless afternoon tea?
Bottomless afternoon tea is usually a traditional afternoon tea accompanied by free flowing alcohol for a set period of time – usually 90 minutes or two hours. You get all the lovely treats that you’d usually expect – finger sandwiches, dainty cakes, pastries or petit fours and scones served with clotted cream and jam.
But, you have the extra bonus of the unlimited alcohol with the dine time limited. This is a step up from a champagne afternoon tea or sparkling afternoon tea where you get a glass of bubbly per person and is a great idea for a birthday, anniversary or special occasion.
So I thought I would put together some options of bottomless afternoon teas in Hampshire – and I’ll add more afternoon tea experiences as I come across them. For now, I have just four suggestions but they are good ones – and definitely worth booking! Make sure you click through to each option to view venue information and opening times or check out their current afternoon tea menu.
Also, many afternoon tea venues offer gift vouchers if you’re not sure when you want to go or would like to give bottomless afternoon tea as a gift.
Bottomless Afternoon Tea in Hampshire
Quob Park Estate – Titchfield Lane, Wickham, Fareham, Hampshire PO17 5PG
Quob Park Bottomless Sparkling Afternoon Tea – Sparkling afternoon tea served with a bottomless glass of Quob Park Classic Cuvée or Quob Park Classic Rosé. The afternoon tea consists of handmade scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam, Quob Park Demi-Sec and raspberry jelly, chocolate eclair, fruit cake and chocolate treats. Plus, sandwiches, wraps and the chef’s choice of savoury items.
When: Thursday to Saturday 15.00 – 16.45
Cost: £75 each, reduced to £50 for members. 90 minute sitting.
Vintage Tea Room – 168 West Street, Fareham, Hampshire, PO16 0EH
Bottomless Brunch – Two hours of bottomless drinks alongside a dessert sharer or high tea. The high tea consists of your choice of sandwich, a slice of cake and a scone served with clotted cream and jam.
When: Available Monday to Saturday.
Cost: £29.95 per person
The Grand – South Western House, Southampton, Hampshire SO14 3AS
When: Bottomless Afternoon Tea available on selected dates.
Cost: From £28 per person.
Cafe Rouge – Unit R24 & 94 Canalside, Portsmouth, PO1 3FA
Bottomless Afternoon Tea – Take your Afternoon Tea experience to the next level with 90 minutes of bottomless bubbles. The afternoon tea consists of a full croque monsieur and croque champignon to share alongside freshly baked fruit scones, clotted cream and strawberry conserve.
When: Served daily.
Cost: From £17.99 for afternoon tea plus £15 per person for unlimited prosecco.
If you’d like more afternoon tea or bottomless dining suggestions in Hampshire, these posts may help:
- Where to have Bottomless Brunch in Hampshire
- The Best Places to Have Afternoon Tea in Hampshire
- 14 Options for Children’s Afternoon Tea in Hampshire
So there you have some options of bottomless afternoon tea across Hampshire – and many more suggestions without the bottomless element. If you’re looking for more things to do in Hampshire then these posts might be useful:
- Outdoor Pools in Hampshire
- Outdoor Cinema in Hampshire
- Where to go Bowling in Hampshire
- 8 Climbing Centres in Hampshire
- Escape Rooms in Hampshire