Honiton is a small, quaint market town located in the eastern parts of Devon, South West England. It finds itself close to the River Otter, some 17 miles from the county town of Exeter.
Despite its size, there is much to do here, including, of course, having an Afternoon Tea in Honiton. Indeed, when lunch comes around, there is no better pastime.
Why not visit a venue today and treat yourself to an assortment of scrumptious goodies? Choose an Afternoon Tea Honiton Tearoom from the list below.
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The development of this town began along the line of the Fosse Way, the ancient Roman road linking modern-day Exeter to modern-day Lincoln.
It later appeared in the Domesday Book of 1086 as “Honetone”, meaning “Huna’s tun” or “Farmstead”. By the Elizabethan era, lace-making sustained much of the local economy.
Queen Victoria famously had her wedding dress made from Honiton lace, though the dress itself was made in the fishing village of Beer.
Honiton was severely damaged by fires in 1747 and 1765, with most of its architecture today reflecting the rebuilding process of the Georgian period.
It’s now an excellent place to stop for lunch. Why not make the most of your visit by indulging in sandwiches, cake and scones at an Afternoon Tea Honiton venue? You won’t be disappointed by what’s on offer.