Afternoon tea for adults, children and at home…

Our real passion is all things cake and that naturally transpires into afternoon teas. We believe that they should always be homemade, fresh and seasonal and that’s what we set out to achieve at The Tea Barn.

We use quality ingredients and serve them alongside loose leaf tea or freshly ground coffee – we are sure that you’ll enjoy every minute of it.

Whilst there are government restrictions and we can’t operate inside The Tea Barn, our afternoon teas are available to collect and takeaway. Please do contact us if you would like to arrange a collection.

Afternoon tea at the tea barn

Sample Menu (£14.95 per person)

Please note – our menu changes regularly so below is just a sample.


  • Hummus & Roasted Red Pepper
  • Sussex Charmer cheddar & apple cider chutney
  • Cucumber & cream cheese
  • Honey roast ham & English mustard

Mini Sausage Roll

Plain scone with strawberry jam and clotted cream


  • Mini carrot cake
  • Mini bakewell tart
  • Meringue kiss


English breakfast tea from the Kent & Sussex Tea Company


Special occasions aren’t just for adults so we have devised a simpler afternoon tea for the little ones.

Like the adult version, everything is homemade and is served with a hot chocolate with marshmallows, a fruit juice or a glass of milk.

afternoon tea at the Tea Barn

Sample Menu


  • Ham
  • Cheese
  • Jam

Mini scone with strawberry jam


  • Vanilla cupcake
  • Chocolate brownie
  • Chocolate chip cookie

Gluten Free and Vegan afternoon teas are available. If you have any other dietary requirements, please contact us.

We make all of our afternoon teas to order so a minimum of 24 hours notice is required.


Special occasion? Our afternoon teas are also available to have at home.

Whether it’s a present for a couple’s anniversary, a birthday party for 50 guests or just a treat for yourself, we can have our tea, freshly made for you to collect and enjoy.

Want to surprise someone with afternoon tea but don’t know when would be convenient? Why not buy a voucher for them?