Welcome to Addlestone, a large village (often called a town) lying within the beautiful county of Surrey, South East England. The area finds itself around 10 miles from the historic county town of Guildford and 20 miles from London.

If you’re feeling peckish on your next trip here, why not have an Afternoon Tea in Addlestone? After all, there is no better pastime than sipping a nice, hot cuppa with cake, sandwiches and scones to hand. Why not treat yourself today?

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The name “Addlestone” likely means “Attel’s Denu”, referring to the valley belonging to a Saxon named Attel. Perhaps most famous is its association with the Tudor Queen Elizabeth I.

Indeed, many have long suggested that the monarch once picnicked under the ancient Crouch Oak Tree, a prominent feature of the settlement to this day.

This particular tourist attraction is well worth visiting. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, however, there is nothing quite like stopping at an Afternoon Tea Addlestone establishment.