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Day 12 – Stop by The Dorchester London for their festive afternoon tea – the perfect mid-week treat!

Since its opening in 1931, The Dorchester has earned a world-renowned reputation for serving one of the finest afternoon teas in London and this year is no exception.dorchesterfestivetea1

Throughout December, experience this tradition every weekday in the series of warm, intimate spaces at the heart of the hotel known as The Promenade.

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Listen to their talented live pianist and enjoy a welcoming service all while surrounded by the opulent, festive setting of The Dorchester at Christmas-time – its beautifully decorated Christmas trees and wreaths as well as an impressive scale model of the iconic London hotel in gingerbread.screen-shot-2016-12-02-at-16-31-58
Celebrating the best of British heritage this winter, Head Pastry Chef, David Girard has put together some delicious contemporary takes on classic festive treats such as mince pies and the traditional french Buche de Noel. Accompanied by finger sandwiches and scones served fresh every day and paired with a glass of Laurent-Perrier champagne, it’s a perfect way to while away an afternoon.

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The Festive Champagne Afternoon Tea at The Dorchester – £65 per adult
Accompanied by The Dorchester’s resident pianist

– A glass of Laurent-Perrier Brut NV champagne or Laurent-Perrier Cuvée Rosé
– A selection of finger sandwiches
– Warm freshly baked raisin and plain scones from our bakery, served with Cornish clotted cream and strawberry jam
– Festive themed pastries and cakes
– A choice of our exclusive teas

There are five sittings: 1pm, 2pm, 3.15pm, 4.30pm, 5.30pm available each weekday, Monday to Friday from 12th until the end of December (subject to availability)

To book or find out more, visit The Dorchester’s website here.