Princes Risborough is a small, peaceful town in Buckinghamshire, England. Many consider it the “Gateway to the Chilterns” – in reference to the nearby hills. Dominating the landscape nearby is that of the famous chalk hill carving, the Whiteleaf Cross.

Within the settlement itself, meanwhile, are many places to get an Afternoon Tea in Princes Risborough. If this is to your taste, you’re in for a treat. Indeed, you won’t regret stopping here for a cuppa with cake!

Princes Risborough lies some 9 miles from the county town of Aylesbury and 8 miles from High Wycombe. Historically, its name in Old English means “brushwood-covered hills”, a description that, in many respects, still rings true even today.

By the time of the Domesday survey of 1086, Risborough (later known as Princes Risborough) was held by the King. If you like all things royal, then visiting an Afternoon Tea Princes Risborough venue is well worth considering!