Those looking for an indulgent Valentine’s gift idea or a decadent treat can partake in a flowering Champagne afternoon tea (usually £39.50 per person). A flute of house Champagne for each person is accompanied by a choice of tea or infusion including flowering amaranth, osmanthus, jasmine and lily.
A selection of finger sandwiches will also be served, featuring the likes of coronation chicken with baby gem lettuce, as well as Gloucestershire Old Spot ham hock with grain mustard mayonnaise. Free-range egg mayonnaise with watercress, and home-smoked Scottish salmon with herb mascarpone round out the options, with all eggs and ham used reared at The Crazy Bear Farm. A vegetarian menu is also available for those looking for alternative ingredients and flavours.
No afternoon tea would be complete without sweet treats, so two tea cakes will be baked on the morning of the visit and served alongside plain and fruit scones with clotted Jersey cream and strawberry jam.
A unique boutique hotel with flamboyant character, just minutes from the M40 J7 and less than 40 miles from London. The ‘original’ Crazy Bear comprises eclectic accommodation, award-winning English and Thai restaurants, two bars, four private function rooms, abundant gardens and terraces, and is home to The Crazy Bear Farm, farm shop and outdoor pursuits. The Sunday Times were so impressed they included it in their list of the Top Ten British Hotels.
A decadent oasis of elaborate luxury, just minutes from the M40 J2 and less than 20 minutes by train from London Marylebone. The oldest documented building in Beaconsfield comprises sumptuous accommodation, lavish English and Thai restaurants, two bars, four private function rooms, and a terrace with swimming pool and Jacuzzi. As a result, Conde Nast have featured it in their Red Hot List of the Best New Hotels in the World.