If you’re thinking about having an Afternoon Tea in Romsey, you’ve come to the right place. This historic market town finds itself in the beautiful county of Hampshire, South East England.

It was once the home of William Petty, a 17th century philosopher, as well as the 19th century British Prime Minister, Lord Palmerston. During the 20th century, Louis Mountbatten, 1st Earl Mountbatten of Burma, also lived here. Today, it hosts several excellent Afternoon Tea Romsey venues.

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Romsey is located some 7 miles from Southampton, 11 miles from Winchester and 17 miles from Salisbury. In recent years, it has become a popular stopping point for travellers venturing onward to the famous New Forest, which is nearby.

Whether you’re here for a walk, to try your hand at fly fishing, or are simply passing through, there is always time for lunch. Stopping at an Afternoon Tea Romsey establishment makes for the perfect day out. Go on – treat yourself!