Cream Tea with Prosecco for £10.95

Cream Tea with Prosecco for £10.95 per person

Join us in the Brasserie or find a table in the Bar to enjoy a quintessentially British Cream Tea, complete with fruit scones, strawberry jam and a pot of fresh cream.

Complement it with your choice of speciality tea or coffee and a chilled glass of Galanti Prosecco, all for just £10.95 per person.

EU Food allergen information contained within offer items is available via QR code or from a team member. 

Bottomless Prosecco at your wedding…

Enjoy a sparkling Wedding… with bottomless Prosecco served during the Wedding Breakfast!

Make your wedding day sparkle for longer with bottomless Prosecco served for a 2 hour period, commencing at the start of the Wedding Breakfast.

Offer available to weddings booked after 1st May 2019, for weddings taking place between 1st May 2019 and 31st March 2020.

To find out more or to book your big day, please speak to our wedding planner today!

Full terms & conditions: Applicable to weddings offering a seated wedding menu booked after 1st May 2019 for weddings taking place between 1st May 2019 and 31st March 2020. The ‘Bottomless’ Prosecco offer will include, by the glass, Galanti Prosecco, Galanti Spumanti Rose, soft drinks or mineral water. Inclusive drinks will be available for a 2 hour period commencing at the start of the wedding breakfast. One drink per person per poured serve or bar visit, no bottles, only applicable in the wedding room or event bar. Usual UK licencing laws in relation to the sale of Alcohol apply: it is against the law for persons under the age of 18 years to purchase and/or consume alcohol on the premises. Any person supplying alcohol to an under age person is in danger of committing a criminal offence. It is the booking persons responsibility to inform management of anyone who is under age and to supervise those persons throughout the function and avoid breaking the licensing laws. Any persons behaving in a disorderly manner will at first be cautioned, if they continue to be, in the opinion of management, a nuisance to other guests they will be required to leave. Management and staff are under strict instructions to refuse such persons request for alcohol.