Having an Afternoon Tea in Witney is an excellent choice. There is no better pastime, after all, than sipping a nice, hot cuppa with cakes, scones and sandwiches to hand.

This historic market town finds itself in Oxfordshire, South East England, on the River Windrush. It also lies some 12 miles west of the county town of Oxford. However, you don’t have to go that far to enjoy a nice spot of lunch!

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The name “Witney” comes from Old English, meaning “Witta’s island”. Records of this settlement’s existence date back to the Saxon era, specifically a Saxon charter from 969 CE. By the Middle Ages, Witney had become most famous for woollen blanket production – an industry still thriving to this day.

Now, however, its cafe culture seems to be equally popular! Why not stop at an Afternoon Tea Witney establishment today? You won’t regret it!