You’ve arrived in Beaconsfield, a wonderful market town located in Buckinghamshire, England. The area finds itself near the Chiltern Hills, with Gerrards Cross, Amersham and High Wycombe but five miles away.

However, you don’t have to go that far to enjoy an Afternoon Tea in Beaconsfield. Instead, stay where you are and find a place to get a cuppa with cake.

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Some of the earliest records of the town, then known as “Bekenesfeld”, date back to 1185. Centuries later, it became the first coach stopping point on the road between London and Oxford.

Development during this time can still be seen to this day. Indeed, there remain several examples of Georgian, Victorian and Tudor revival (20th century) architecture dotted around town. Much of this is situated in Beaconsfield’s “Old Town”.

Two British Prime Ministers can trace their roots back to this remarkable and beautiful area. During the 1800s, it was the home constituency of Benjamin Disraeli.

Over one hundred years later, in 1992, it was here that Tony Blair unsuccessfully contested the seat in a by-election. If you could do without politics, however, then there is always the option of visiting an Afternoon Tea Beaconsfield establishment. You won’t be disappointed!