Are you looking to have an Afternoon Tea in Dudley? If so, great choice! This large, industrialised market town finds itself in the West Midlands, England. It lies some 6 miles south-east of Wolverhampton and 10½ miles north-west of Birmingham.
Historically part of Worcestershire, Dudley has much to offer visitors from far and wide. Why not start your day out here with a nice, indulgent spot of lunch? Choose a venue from the list below and, most importantly, treat yourself!
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The history of Dudley dates back to at least Anglo-Saxon times. It later appeared in the Domesday Book of 1086 as “Dudelei”, located in the hundred of Clent in Worcestershire.
In 1138, King Stephen laid siege to the local castle following the Baron’s decision to support Empress Matilda’s claim to the throne during the Anarchy. Perhaps most famously, in 1605, conspirators of the Gunpowder Plot fled to nearby Holbeche house, only to be eventually defeated and captured.
The English Civil War led to Dudley becoming a Royalist stronghold, with the castle twice besieged by Parliamentarian forces and partly demolished following the Royalist surrender. Throughout much of the 17th century, the town suffered economically.
However, the Industrial Revolution later brought about significant development. Today, expansion over the course of hundreds of years has likewise given rise to several Afternoon Tea Dudley Tearooms. Why not venture into one on your next visit?