You’ve arrived in Eton, a historic town in Berkshire, England, best known for the prestigious Eton College. The area lies on the opposite bank of the River Thames to Windsor.
Historically part of Buckinghamshire, since 1998 it has belonged to the unitary authority of Windsor and Maidenhead. There are several Afternoon Tea Eton establishments for you to visit at your leisure.
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The land that now constitutes Eton once belonged to the manor of Queen Edith, wife of Edward the Confessor. It later fell into the hands of the Normans following the conquest of 1066. By 1440, King Henry VI chose Eton as the location for his new college.
Nowadays, the institute needs little introduction. It is undoubtedly most famous for educating numerous prime ministers, world leaders, Nobel Prize winners, and generations of the aristocracy.
There are many reasons why you choose to visit Eton. Why not check out the college and admire its grandeur? Alternatively, wander down the highstreet while shopping for gifts and treats. One such treat should be an Afternoon Tea in Eton. Indeed, you won’t regret it!