Afternoon tea in the Pump Room

Bath, Somerset

Get a taste of Jane Austen’s world while sipping a traditional English afternoon tea at Regency haunt, The Pump Room.

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You almost expect Mr Darcy to appear from behind one of the marble columns at The Pump Room – and for good reason.

Pride & Prejudice author, Jane Austen, spent many an afternoon enjoying the tea, cake and a helping of Regency gossip in Bath’s most elegant eatery. Though the chit-chat may have changed over the years, very little else has: The Pump Room’s Afternoon Tea still includes homemade scones, cucumber sandwiches and strawberry jam, all served with pristine white napkins and polished silver cutlery. There’s even the option of some bubbly if you have something particular to celebrate.


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