What about having an Afternoon Tea in Chudleigh? Great idea! This ancient wool town finds itself in Devon, South West England, between Newton Abbot and Exeter. It lies close to the edge of Dartmoor and in the Teign Valley, relatively near to the Iron Age Hill Fort of Castle Dyke.

There is much history and culture to discover in this area. When lunch comes around, however, you’re going to want to stop in one of the Afternoon Tea Chudleigh venues below.

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Chudleigh began as a Saxon settlement many hundreds of years ago, although most of its development took place following the Norman Conquest. It received a charter by King Edward II in 1309, eventually becoming a centre for wool production.

Unfortunately, a huge fire in 1807 destroyed two-thirds of the town. It has since been rebuilt, however, and now hosts several Afternoon Tea Chudleigh venues – all of which are well worth visiting. Why not pop into one today?