Afternoon tea

Afternoon Tea in Devon

A Quintessential English Delight

The British tradition of afternoon tea is a firm favourite here in Devon, and not just because it’s where the famous clotted cream that completes a freshly baked scone originates from.

With picturesque views overlooking the Tamar Valley, The Horn of Plenty is the perfect setting to sit back and relax whilst you enjoy this quintessential classic, either on the patio, in the restaurant or in our lovely drawing room.

Our menu offers a selection of indulgences, each creating the ultimate afternoon tea experience in a beautiful British setting that is both special and memorable.

The Classic Devon Cream Tea

£9.50 per person

Our classic Devon cream tea includes freshly baked scones with strawberry jam and Devon’s famous clotted cream, served with a choice of tea or coffee.

Luxury Afternoon Tea

£16.50 per person

Indulge in the ultimate luxury experience of full afternoon tea. This includes a selection of sandwiches, freshly baked scones with strawberry jam and Devon’s famous clotted cream, and delicious homemade cakes.

To make it the ultimate indulgence, add a glass of Prosecco at £24, or a glass of Champagne at £29.50

Afternoon tea is served daily between 3.30 and 5pm; please call us to book.

Afternoon Tea Menu

The Hotel

The Hotel

Beautiful independently owned 4-star country house hotel with a 2 AA Rosette fine dining restaurant

Offers and Events

Offers and Events

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Out and About

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Recent Awards

  • Good Hotel Guide 2017
  • Taste of the West
  • 4 Silver Star Hotel Portrait 2018
  • South West Awards
  • VisitEngland Silver Winner
  • Good Hotel Guide
  • Visit Devon Award 2016
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