The lakeside afternoon tea dining domes and boating experience at Heaton Park

The private, heated dining domes offer afternoon tea with stunning views of the lake and park surroundings
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The food and drink operators at Heaton Park, Heaton Park Cafes, has revealed three brand-new lakeside dining domes available to book for a quintessentially British afternoon tea experience.

With stunning views of the lake and park surroundings, afternoon tea in the Lakeside Dining Domes is the ultimate treat this spring/summer.

Seating up to six guests, the dining dome’s afternoon tea menu features several afternoon tea choices, including a vegan afternoon tea, all carefully curated by Heaton Park Cafés to offer ‘the perfect balance of quintessential classics and imaginative variations of all-time favourites.’

The afternoon tea menus are £23.95 per person and served with a pot of English breakfast tea or regular hot drink.

Traditional afternoon tea at Heaton Park

The traditional signature menu includes a classic afternoon tea with a selection of delicious sandwiches, a free-range heaton scotch egg and a homemade signature sage and onion sausage roll. Sweet offerings include indulgent chocolate brownie with salted caramel ganache, homemade victoria sponge, house scone with homemade jam and vanilla chantilly and a baked meringue with pineapple and passionfruit.

Vegan afternoon tea at Heaton Park

The vegan afternoon tea features homemade vegan scotch egg with red pepper centre, homemade ‘not so sausage roll’, pulled barbecue jackfruit and crisp lettuce and tofu and watercress mayonnaise sandwich. Desserts include homemade vegan victoria sponge, pistachio carrot cake, vegan scone with homemade jam and plant-based cream and fruit jelly with pineapple and passionfruit.

Children’s afternoon tea at Heaton Park

For little ones, there’s an exciting children’s afternoon tea served on a decorative wooden boat – children can choose from fruit juice (apple or orange) or a Babyccino. To eat, they can enjoy a Manchester Bee Sandwich, sausage roll, mini-scone with homemade jam and cream, homemade Victoria sponge and chocolate brownie bites.

To make a reservation for afternoon tea, click here.

Hire a boat at Heaton Park

If you fancy jumping on a boat at Heaton Park? The latest addition to the Heaton Park boat hire fleet, the Electric Boats offer a more relaxed but fun-packed boating experience for those who head down to the lakeside. For those who want to get out on the water and explore the lake and its scenic surroundings, Heaton Park offers a range of hire boats, from family-friendly Swan Pedal boats to traditional rowing and pedal boats.

Heaton Park is the biggest park in the north west on the edge of Manchester and is the perfect setting for a family day out. There’s something for all ages, from an Animal Centre to a Tram Museum, play areas, bowling greens and delicious food and drink options curated by The Stables Café and The Lakeside Café.

To make a reservation for afternoon tea, click here.

Customers can book boating online here. Prices vary depending on the boat.

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