Bishop’s Waltham is a centuries-old market town located at the source of the River Hamble in Hampshire, South East England. Part of its boundary finds itself in the South Downs National Park, lying at the midpoint of a long-established route between Winchester and Portsmouth.

It is home to the ruins of Bishop’s Waltham Palace, as well as a well-preserved high street. Here, you will find several places to get an Afternoon Tea in Bishop’s Waltham. Why not visit one today?

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The history of this town dates back to at least the Saxon era, its name deriving from two words: “wald” (forest) and “ham” (settlement). After being burnt down by the Danes in 1001 CE, it re-emerged as an important market town by the Medieval period.

During the 12th century, construction of Bishop’s Waltham Palace commenced – only to be destroyed by Oliver Cromwell hundreds of years later.

Despite several setbacks, the town of Bishop’s Waltham continues to thrive to this day. Be sure to stop for lunch at an Afternoon Tea Bishop’s Waltham establishment on your next visit here. Go on – treat yourself to a nice, hot cuppa with all of the extras today!