Following many new brand developments, Sefton Park Hotel has introduced an exclusive afternoon tea menu.
Nestled adjacent to the idyllic boating lake in Sefton Park, the much-adored venue aims to spoil its guests by offering afternoons filled with utter indulgence and serenity.
Chief Executive Conor O’Donovan and his team will provide a diverse range of tea, tipple and treats, which are set to be the perfect accompaniment for any spring day in the park.
He said: “With spring in full bloom, many local residents like to give us a visit whilst taking a stroll around the beautiful Sefton Park. Therefore, we thought a selection of light refreshments were in order.
“Whether visitors prefer tea or something a little stronger to enjoy with their traditional afternoon nibbles, we will certainly cater for all.”
Those who want to fully indulge can enjoy Afternoon Tea in the Park. Guests will be served a selection of classic finger sandwiches including Smoked Salmon and Watercress, Cucumber and Cream Cheese and Honey Roast Ham and English mustard. This will be followed by Fruit Scones, served with Freshly-grown Strawberries, Clotted Cream and Fruit Preserve, as well as a Traditional Victoria Sponge and Battenberg.
Alternatively, guests with smaller appetites can treat themselves to Cream Tea. This simply consists of Fruit Scones, served with Freshly-grown Strawberries, Clotted Cream and Fruit Preserve.
To accompany both options, diners can select either tea or coffee, or choose from a variety of alcoholic beverages including Gin and Tonic, Bottled Beer or a glass of Cava.
Conor added: “We are delighted to offer both local residents and tourists something a little different, whereby they can to relax and unwind in true tranquillity. We hope that our exclusive offerings will provoke a diverse array of new and existing customers to come and visit us on a regular basis.”
Afternoon tea prices start from just £5.95 per person.
For more information about Sefton Park Hotel visit www.seftonparkhotel.co.uk
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