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Win afternoon tea for four at Leonardslee!

Treat yourself and three others to a gorgeous mansion house tea combined with entry to the 240 acre lakes and gardens

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Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens near Horsham reopened to the public in spring 2019 following a nine year closure and the largest UK garden restoration project for two decades. The picturesque 240 acre site spreads across a valley and includes lakes, woods, lawns and a large rock garden. There’s also a colony of wallabies, including rare albinos, and a gorgeous Dolls House Museum recreating an entire Edwardian village.

Afternoon tea at Leonardslee is something of an edible work of art and it is served in the smart 19th century Mansion House drawing room which has views over the gardens.

Photo by Jean Delport

It features finger sandwiches and home backed raisin and plain scones. Adults also get a selection of individual pastries and a choice of cakes from a trolley, while children (aged 4 to 10) are served a Leonardslee sweetie pie, a blackberry macaroon and an icecream cake pop.  It’s all washed down with a selection of loose leaf tea.

Book between 23 Oct and 31 Oct and you can get a spooky Halloween themed tea with seasonal treats like pumpkin tartlets.

Afterwards, take a stroll through the gorgeous gardens themselves, circuit the lakes and say say hello to the wallabies.

The Classic Afternoon Tea is £40 per adult, £21 per child, including entrance to the gardens but you can treat yourself and up to three adults or children for free if you win our prize.

THE PRIZE

Classic Afternoon Tea for four people, with entry to Leonardslee Gardens on the same day.

TO ENTER

Visit our Reader Treats page to enter.

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1 comment on “Win afternoon tea for four at Leonardslee!”

  • Zena Slack November 22, 2019

    Champagne afternoon tea is a perfect English tradition treat

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