You’ve arrived in Mansfield, a market town located in Nottinghamshire, England, nestled in the Maun Valley and surrounded by hills. It lies some 12 miles north of Nottingham and is adjacent to the urban area of Sutton-in-Ashfield.
When it comes to having an Afternoon Tea in Mansfield, there are several options. Whichever establishment you choose to visit, you’ve undoubtedly decided well. Nevertheless, below you will find a list of some of the very best places.
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The history of Mansfield dates back to at least the Romans times. Centuries later, the early English royalty likely stayed here, with the Mercian Kings having used the area as a base for hunting in nearby Sherwood Forest.
By the time of the Domesday Book of 1086, the settlement was called “Mammesfeld”, later changing to “Maunnesfeld” in 1227. During the reign of King Richard II, it changed again to “Mannesfeld”.
Mansfield has hosted a market for over 700 years. It has also been influenced by its industrial past of coal mining and textiles, which thrived up until the 1990s. Today, however, the town is better known for several Afternoon Tea Mansfield establishments.