Indulge in a quintessentially English pastime with afternoon tea for two or four served at one of 126 Wyevale Garden Centres nationwide
What You'll Get
Choose Between Two Options
- £10 for afternoon tea for two (38% off)
- £19 for afternoon tea for four (41% off)
Spend a lovely afternoon at Wyevale Garden Centres with a tasty treat and enjoy their afternoon tea. After exploring gardening inspirations, guests can sit down to a spread of finger sandwiches filled with taste compositions such as ham and tomato or cheese and cucumber. Scones with clotted cream and jam as well as a colourful selection of mini Battenberg, buttercream filled Viennese biscuits and raspberry Eton mess slices await the sweet tooths. Traditional snacks are complemented by a pot of tea or medium Americano coffee with as many refills as necessary, and vegetarian options are available upon request
Please note that no promo codes are valid in conjunction with this deal
The Fine Print
Expires 27 Jun 2017. Excludes 14-17, 29-30 Apr; 1, 27-29 May 2017.
Purchase: Buy as many vouchers as you like, send as many as you like as gifts. See here for full list of valid locations.
Booking: No booking required. Present printed Groupon on arrival. For groups of 6 or more please book in advance. Relevant contact numbers can be viewed online via http://www.wyevalegardencentres.co.uk/restaurants.
Restrictions: Valid Mon-Sat 10am-midday and 2pm-3.30pm and Sun 10am-midday and 2pm-3pm. Full voucher value must be used in one sitting. Allergies and special requirements must be discussed on arrival. Additional items will be charged at the regular menu price. Groupon is the seller of the Voucher, but Wyevale Garden Centres are responsible for fulfilling all purchases made with the voucher. Valid for eat-in only.
Original values: Verified using our merchant's website on 7 Apr 2017.
About Wyevale Garden Centres
Operating across England and Wales, Wyevale Garden Centres stock a variety of horticultural and other outdoor products. Customers can browse plants, seasonal flowers and furniture, and once their baskets are full, they can relax in one of the cafes or restaurants for a brunch, lunch or afternoon tea.