Afternoon tea fit for a king among highlights as popular North Yorkshire restaurant prepares to mark King Charles III’s Coronation

The G&Tea House is hosting a royal afternoon tea to celebrate the Coronation

A popular North Yorkshire restaurant is to launch a range of Coronation specials to celebrate the crowning of King Charles III.

The G&Tea House, based at Angrove Country Park, will also host a royal afternoon tea as part of the Coronation celebrations for guests of the park and members of the public to attend.

King Charles’ Coronation quiche, Petch’s pork pie with pickle, strawberry cheesecake, lemon meringue cupcake and more are included in the special menu that will run throughout the Bank Holiday weekend. Meanwhile, activities for children and a special musical performance by Sam Readman – one of the north east’s finest voices – will also delight the crowds at the popular holiday hotspot located between Stokesley and Great Ayton.

Thanks to a promotion by our booking partner Hoseasons, holidaymakers looking to book a getaway over the Coronation weekend can get up to 20 per cent off their stay if booked before Thursday 4th May.

The full Bank Holiday itinerary includes:

Saturday 6th May
Live performance from local singer, Sam Readman, at the G&Tea House from 5pm

Sunday 7th May
A children’s bouncy castle between 12pm and 6pm
A BBQ on the G&Tea House terrace

Monday 8th May
The G&Tea House will be open until late, serving its evening menu with Coronation specials

The G&T House is also serving a royal afternoon tea all weekend.

Angrove is just a stone’s throw away from the beautiful countryside walk to Roseberry Topping, as well as Whitby and Saltburn-by-the-Sea. Angrove is also less than a half hour’s drive from Middlesbrough and Stockton-on-Tees, and is easily accessible from the A1, wherever you’re travelling from.

Angrove is preparing to host its huge weekend of activities while also offering a huge 20 per cent off all stays. All holidays booked before 3rd May for stays from now until and October, can benefit from significant savings.

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