Lovely afternoon tea, scones and clotted cream the best 😀beautiful setting, staff extremely efficient, would definitely recommend .
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Just back from the most disappointing afternoon tea at Luton Hoo to celebrate our sister's 50th birthday. We made two simple requests on the online booking form. The first to acknowledge our sister's special birthday with a little candle or happy birthday piped onto a...More
We arrive at 17.30 for light bite. People were still taking and being served afternoon teas. We sat down and waited to be attended. Ten minutes later we got attention, only to be told we couldn't sit there as it was reserved (No sign to...More
I've been to many different Afternoon teas around the country and must say Luton Hoo is definitely one of my favourites. The grounds are absolutely stunning and the inside decor is equally measurable. The staff are very friendly and attentive.
Visited for afternoon tea last Sunday .Parking was busy but there must be an overflow carpark somewhere .The house is amazing ,beautiful and very welcoming staff at door and throughout.The setting was very regal,and everything was fantastic.All the food and tea was very professionally served...More
We had a really lovely afternoon at Luton Hoo and, with fabulous weather, we were able to stroll around the garden and admire the amazing trees. We also saw a kestrel perched on a branch! The service was very good indeed: the staff were very...More
Had afternoon tea for a special birthday with a group of seven people the food was good the service was so poor. The young lady who served us hardly smiled and we had to ask her repeatedly for more tea milk etc. It went down...More
Booked afternoon tea for 4 here on 30th August. The champagne was excellent. A nice selection of teas that were constantly topped up. The sandwiches and cakes were delicious. Luton hoo is such a beautiful place and the staff were all very friendly and attentive.
Experienced a wonderful, relaxing, unhurried afternoon tea at Luton Hoo. Enjoyed the long winding drive through the parkland to the 'Stately Home' hotel. We were warmly welcomed outside and led through the iconic building to the afternoon tea lounge. The lounge had enormous high ceilings...More