Havant is a town located in Hampshire, South East England, approximately midway between Portsmouth and Chichester. It finds itself to the west of Emsworth and to the west of Portsdown Hill.

Having an Afternoon Tea in Havant makes for the perfect pastime no matter the time of year. Indeed, it’s hard to imagine there being a bad time to enjoy all of your favourite treats accompanied by a nice, hot cup of Tea. Opt for a spot of lunch from one of the venues listed below.

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Records of Havant’s existence dates back to at least 935 CE when it was known as “Hamafunta”. By the Domesday Book of 1086, it had become a village with a population of around 100. For much of its history, water played a vital role in the local commerce of Havant.

In particular, it had a close association with water mills, parchment manufacture and brewing.

Havant suffered significant damage following a fire in 1760, leaving only the church and its adjacent cottages intact. It had recovered by the time the railway arrived in 1847.

Over a century later, following the end of the Second World War, the town grew significantly – both in size and importance. Why not soak up its rich history before or after spending time at an Afternoon Tea Havant venue?