Mother’s Day Grand High Tea Event

Treat your Mum at the Enchanted Manor for a Grand High Tea, but hurry, it was booked up quickly last year

Thanks to the Enchanted Manor for supporting VentnorBlog by sponsoring this feature.

It looks pretty Spring-like outside today doesn’t it?

Enchant Your Mother on Mothering SundayAlong with Spring comes Mothering Sunday, which is on 3 April this year.

Have you got yours planned? If not, here’s something to spoil your Mum with.

Last year, the award-winning Enchanted Manor ran a sold-out Mother’s Day Grand High Tea event, encapsulating all of their renowned fantasy-themed splendour.

“I’d recommend it without reservation”
Those who went along told VB that they loved it – “It was great for Mother’s Day.

“The food was well presented and plenty of it. The conservatory was light and airy and a great place to chat.

“It’s really good to take the whole family too. While you’re inside chatting and eating, they can spend their time in the large garden looking at the many features.

“I’d recommend it without reservation,” they told VentnorBlog today. Can’t get better than that.

Great offering this year
They’re back again this year offering a rose and champagne on arrival. As you move around the lavish surroundings, you’ll be able to feast on a selection of cocktail sandwiches; home-made heart-shaped scones with strawberries, preserves and cream; a selection of delicious cakes, while drinking loose-leaf tea or fresh-ground coffee.

All of this is only £17.95 per person, Act quickly thought – after advertising it on VentnorBlog last year, places went fast and booking is essential because of limited availability.

Get in touch
Give Ric or Maggie a call on 01983 730215 or take a look at the Enchanted Manor‘s Website or go through Events On The Wight.

Sponsored feature

Wednesday, 16th March, 2011 12:41pm



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