Afternoon Tea at the Knightsbrook Hotel is served on a Three-tier cake stand with accompanying Willow Pattern crockery. Afternoon tea at the Knightsbrook Hotel has an elegant selection of dainty savories, with finger sandwiches including Smoked Salmon and Cress on homemade brown bread, Goats Cheese Crostini with Basil Pesto on Tomato Bread, Honey Glazed Gammon Ham with mature Cheddar Cheese & Dijon Mustard, Roast Chicken, Ballymaloe Relish, Mayonnaise and Crispy Bacon. There are also freshly made fruit scones with fresh cream and preserve, along with our homemade sweets including Lemon Drizzle Loaf, Macaroons, Mini Pavlova and many more tasty treats made especially for you.
With Black, Green and Herbal Teas and Coffees from our specialty menu, Afternoon Tea at the Knightsbrook Hotel is €16.25 per person or €28.25 per person with a glass of Prosecco.
A lovely way to spend a relaxed few hours in fine surroundings, or to celebrate a special occasion.
- Disabled Access
- Free WiFi
- Families and Children Welcome
About Afternoon Tea at Knightsbrook
The Knightsbrook Afternoon Tea Experience
One of the most soothing and enjoyable rituals, Afternoon Tea is a lovely way to catch up with friend, celebrate a special occasion, or just indulge in a little treat to share with family and enjoy a delicious assortment of freshly made sandwiches, pastries, scones and cakes.
At Knightsbrook Hotel & Golf Resort you can relax in the peaceful surrounding of our Hotel mezzanine overlooking our lobby and our handmade crystal chandelier. Take time to relax and enjoy a sumptuous selection of classic cakes, sandwiches and treats complimented by a choice of teas, coffees and infusions.
Afternoon Tea is served from 12pm to 5pm daily, pre-booking is essential.
We also have a Gluten Free and Vegetarian Afternoon tea menu available.
Thoroughly enjoyed the afternoon tea at Knightsbrook Hotel. We got asked for dietary required and got sat in the front of the chandelier which was a lovely setting. The food was lovely and worth the money. The only downfall I had was trying to get a fresh top up of tea as there was nobody about.