When it comes to variety, an Afternoon Tea in Bromley is well worth considering. This is a large town in the London Borough of Bromley, Greater London, although it is historically part of Kent.

Nevertheless, it lies only 9 miles south-east of Charing Cross. Once home to Charles Darwin and H.G. Wells, it has much to offer when it comes to Afternoon Tea Bromley venues.

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Bromley was first recorded in a charter dating back to 862 AD. During this period, its name was “Bromleag”, which means “woodland clearing where broom grows.”

It remained a quiet rural village until the arrival of the railway in 1858. This led to its rapid growth. Bromley’s most noteworthy MP was Harold Macmillan, the former Conservative Prime Minister of the late 1950s and early 60s.

This town has something for city and countryside dwellers alike. Nearby is the village of Chislehurst where Napoleon III spent his final years in exile. If you’re a big fan of Charles Darwin’s “On The Origin of Species”, consider visiting his house in the village of Downe. Alternatively, spend your time in one of many Afternoon Tea Bromley venues.