Why not treat yourself to an Afternoon Tea in New Alresford? This small town finds itself in the City of Winchester district of Hampshire, South East England. It lies some 7½ miles from Winchester and 12 miles from Alton while boasting a highstreet of independent shops, cafes and Tea rooms.

Whichever one you choose to visit, you’ve undoubtedly decided exceptionally well. Below is a list of the best Afternoon Tea New Alresford venues to consider during your next trip here.

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Archaeological evidence suggests that people have lived here from the Neolithic era right through to the Bronze Age, Iron Age and onward. While an “Alresford” appeared in the Domesday Book of 1086, however, this likely referred to Old Alresford.

Indeed, New Alresford wasn’t officially established until the 12th/13th century. Despite a somewhat late start, it quickly became a prosperous market town, focused on wool, leather, sheep and cattle trade.

In 1644, during the English Civil War, the Battle of Cheriton took place nearby. This unfortunately led to defeated Royalist forces setting fire to many of the houses in the town as they withdrew.

A few decades later, possibly in 1689, another fire caused significant damage to New Alresford. It has, of course, since recovered and continues to thrive to this day. Make the most of your time here by stopping in an Afternoon Tea New Alresford establishment for a nice spot of lunch.