Take tea with the big cats at Paradise Wildlife Park! Join lions, tigers, cheetahs, jaguars, snow leopards and white lions for a slap-up afternoon tea of scones with jam and cream, sandwiches, cakes, and a nice refreshing pot of tea or coffee. Don’t worry though - the tigers aren’t going to try to pinch your éclair, as they are safely behind glass! You’ll be taken up to the incredible Cat Walk - an extensive aerial gallery where you can get great pictures of big cats roaming around their territory. Learn all about where the cats have come from, and why they have been brought to safety at PWP. The passionate Big Cat Keeper guide will be happy to answer any questions you may have about these magnificent and powerful creatures. Next, you’ll sit in the Tiger Treetops Café, and look through the glass at the incredible animals as you eat your tea! Your ticket includes a day’s entry to the Wildlife Park, with over 400 animals to see and plenty of activities for all ages.
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This wonderful afternoon tea for two at Ambassadors Bloomsbury is your chance to enjoy an indulgent, elegant and refined experience in the heart of the capital. Set in London’s stylish literary district, the hotel is a great place to discover the class and character of this exciting city. You’ll be treated to a delicious selection of finger sandwiches, scones, cakes, pastries and tea or coffee as you unwind in the hotel’s award-winning Number Twelve restaurant.
This wonderful afternoon tea treat is the perfect way to celebrate traditional British culture. Colwick Hall Hotel is a magnificent Palladian Style Georgian country house mansion, nestling in over sixty-acres of stunning parkland. This grade II listed building is steeped in history and was once home to Lord Byron. With its idyllic setting, this is a fantastic location to sit back, relax and indulge in a spot of afternoon tea. Enjoy a selection of sandwiches including, cream cheese and cucumber, egg and mayonnaise, prawn and rocket on rye bread and mini cheese and onion pasties. Sweet treats include, scones with clotted cream and preserve and a selection of mini cakes - all served with a variety of refreshing teas or coffee to choose from.Upon arrival you will be greeted by your server before being seated and served your afternoon tea. Any additional food or drinks can be purchased on the day.
Take in stunning and unrivalled views of London with this fantastic London Eye & Lunch Cruise experience for two. The Coca-Cola London Eye is located in the heart of the capital. Standing 135 metres tall and gradually rotating beside the South Bank of the River Thames, opposite the Houses of Parliament and Big Ben, the Eye is the world’s tallest cantilever observation wheel. A full rotation in one of the 32 high-tech glass capsules takes approximately 30 minutes from start to finish and offers an ever-changing perspective of London, with 360-degree panoramic views of the capital and its famous landmarks below, including St. Paul’s Cathedral, Buckingham Palace, Trafalgar Square and Westminster Abbey. On a clear day, the sweeping views can stretch for 25 miles. Included in your experience is a wonderful three course lunch cruise with tea and coffee on a luxurious vessel which creates the perfect...
This beautiful Victorian getaway is situated in six acres of picturesque landscaped grounds and woodland just moments from the famous Ilkely Moor, and you’ll enjoy a calm and tranquil atmosphere as you tuck in to choice of freshly prepared sandwiches, cakes, scones, clotted cream and a nice selection of teas and fresh coffee – all washed down with a glass of Champagne each.
The city of London has played a starring role in hundreds of films over the years, and among them many brilliant romantic comedies. Let film experts take you on this cinematic tour of the capital and visit Bridget Jones’s house, the blue door from Notting Hill, the church from Four Weddings and a Funeral and much more, led by a guide who’s happy to explain the history of them and some facts about film-making. If you’ve not seen the films, never fear; this tour is also a great way to see both London’s lesser-known and most famous landmarks, and DVD clips from the scenes of the films in question will be shown at the actual locations to help you connect the two.