Why not treat yourself to an Afternoon Tea in Horndean? This small, quiet, yet popular village is situated in Hampshire, South East England, some 8 miles north of Portsmouth.

It is perhaps best known as the former home of Gales Brewery, which existed here from 1850 to 2005. Since its closure, beer has been replaced (or at least somewhat!) by cuppas. Below is a list of the places where you can get an Afternoon Tea in Horndean so that you can make the most of your visit.

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The name “Horndean”, which dates back centuries, likely means “valley by a horn-shaped hill”. Much of the settlement’s development took place in the Middle Ages due to its convenient position as a staging-post on the road from Portsmouth to London.

Several hundreds of years later, during the Second World War, British and Canadian troops were stationed nearby in the months leading up to D-Day. More recently, the area has undergone significant expansion, with a couple of Afternoon Tea Horndean venues since established. Come and visit one today.