Feeling peckish? It’s time, then, for an Afternoon Tea in High Wycombe. This large town is situated in Buckinghamshire, England. It lies some 8 miles from Maidenhead, 13 miles from Aylesbury (the county town) and 15 miles from Reading.

Recent statistics suggest that it’s the second biggest town in the county after Milton Keynes. As such, it will come as little surprise to discover that there are many Afternoon Tea High Wycombe establishments locally!

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One of the earliest records of High Wycombe can be found in the Domesday Book of 1086. During this time, there were six mills dotted around the town.

This particular industry expanded further throughout the Medieval and Tudor eras. Centuries later, it became a popular stopping point for those travelling from Oxford to London.

Once the home of Victorian Prime Minister Benjamin Disraeli, this area has since become a much-loved tourist spot. One such popular pastime is having an Afternoon Tea in High Wycombe. Why not find out for yourself today? You won’t regret it!