Selsey is a seaside town located in West Sussex, England. It finds itself alongside Bracklesham Bay to the west, Broad Rife to the north and Pagham Harbour to the east.
Despite its proximity to Chichester (approximately 8 miles away), there are several places to have an Afternoon Tea in Selsey. Why not tuck into a scone or two with a cuppa to hand today?
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Archaeological evidence suggests that people have inhabited this area since the Stone Age. The name “Selsey” derives from the Saxon “Seals-ey”, often interpreted as “the Isle of Sea Calves”.
This, in turn, refers to the once-common sight of seals around Selsey. Around this time, Selsey was the capital of the historic Kingdom of Sussex.
Over the course of many centuries, Selsey became known for smuggling. From 1968 until his passing, Sir Patrick Moore also lived here.
Today, there are many activities around to keep tourists content. This, of course, includes visiting an Afternoon Tea Selsey venue. There is nothing quite like it!