When it comes to having an Afternoon Tea in Warlingham, there are a couple of places well worth visiting. Whichever one you opt for, you’ve chosen well. This village finds itself in the Tandridge district of Surrey, South-East England, some 14 miles from the centre of London.

Also nearby is the town of Caterham, with Guildford, Surrey’s county town, located 22 miles away. Below is a list of a handful of fantastic Afternoon Tea Warlingham venues you must try!

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Historically, the area surrounding this settlement has ‘hosted’ people for thousands of years. By the Anglo-Saxon era, a village stood here in what was the administrative division of Tandridge hundred.

Development was gradual but consistent over several hundred years. In 1841, Warlingham had 512 inhabitants including Sir Joseph Swan, inventor of the incandescent light bulb! During the Second World War, the skies above played a role in the Battle of Britain.

In fact, it was not uncommon to see fighters above one’s head engaging German bombers en route to London!

Today, things have calmed down quite a bit. Warlingham is now a peaceful place to visit, and is a good place to stop for lunch. Why not venture into an Afternoon Tea Warlingham establishment today? Go on – treat yourself to a cuppa with scones, sandwiches and cake!