Royal teas – delicious encounters. Organising a great time out is simply a piece of cake with Invitation to View.
Something to celebrate? Imagine tea with all the trimmings taken in a great medieval barn or hall like Suffolk’s Wingfield College, in the refined splendour of a Queen Anne house like East Anglia’s Earsham Hall, a glass of champagne sipped on Wolterton Hall‘s stately Norfolk terrace or simply under the pergolas of an historic garden.
Historic property tours with Invitation to View – find out more
Throughout East of England and across the South West, North West and Wales, many of the property owners who open their doors to guest visitors through the Invitation to View scheme, pride themselves not just on the tour and their welcome, but love entertaining and enjoy extending their hospitality.
All Invitation to View tours include refreshments with delicious afternoon teas and homemade cakes often being appreciated as another gently indulgent highlight of the visit.
Tour descriptions for each property detail what is included, from morning coffee and biscuits to post-tour champagne and canapés, from cake and a refreshing cuppa to full-blown afternoon teas or in some cases even lunch or a supper of several courses.
Invitation to View historic property tour descriptions – find out more
Here’s just another taster of what you might discover in addition to morsels of amazing architecture, extra helpings of fascinating historical facts and that extra slice of life.
Got an appetite for Invitation to View? Go on, why not treat yourself? Tours make perfect gifts too for friends and loved ones, so what are you waiting for?
Certain dates fill up fast, so be sure to book your Invitation to View tours now to avoid disappointment.