Welcome to Hythe, a coastal market town located near the famous Romney Marsh. It lies in the district of Folkestone and Hythe, on the south coast of Kent. Interestingly, its name in Old English means “haven”. It’s certainly that when it comes to an Afternoon Tea in Hythe! Why not find a nice venue by the seaside, sip your cuppa, bite into a scone and enjoy the view?
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The town’s medieval and Georgian history can be seen around almost every corner through its unique architecture. There is also its Saxon/Norman church on the hill and a Victorian seafront promenade.
Hythe has, for many centuries, been well defended. Nearby are the castles at Saltwood and Lympne. Even today, a military training ground takes up large sections of the shoreline.
Hythe is also the birthplace of Mackeson Stout, a type of beer. But if you’re not a fan of this drink, why not opt for an Afternoon Tea in Hythe instead? There are many establishments to choose from. And whichever one you eventually decide upon, you’re undoubtedly in for a treat. Every Afternoon Tea Hythe venue has something special to offer. Discover today!