Join us for a guided walk through historical Primrose Hill followed by afternoon tea in our 1840's walled garden. We will meet at 2.30pm at Chalk Farm tube station and then stroll through Primrose Hill Village taking in the film sets of various famous movies as well as the majestic views from the top of Primrose Hill itself, a must have photo opportunity when visiting London. Then a gentle meander home past Regent’s Park to a Champagne Afternoon Tea in a typically English garden (or dining room in the event of rain) The High Tea will consist of: Welcome cocktail Prosecco Bellini with fresh peach Bottomless Pot of Ceylon Tea A selection of tea savouries to include smoked salmon, home cured ham as well as homemade sausage rolls and of course the quintessentially British cucumber sandwich. The sweet stuff English Cream Teas; warm scones with jam and clotted cream along side a selection of English tea cakes, raspberry meringue roulade, eclairs and fruit cake
Imants & Alex
Alexandra and Imi are born and bred Londoners who love showing off the wonders of the place they call home in and around Primrose Hill. Imi knows all the nooks, crannies and markets that make this area so vibrant alongside the best places for celebrity spotting. Alex has worked in restaurants the world over and latterly has written several books on the wonders of food and its ability to draw people together with such luminaries as Marco Pierre White the youngest ever 3* Michelin chef. Together they run the highly successful Eat Me Supper Club opening their home to foodies the world over.
British Afternoon Tea Vegetarians welcome
We will firstly walk through Primrose Hill village which is a secret gem of London, tucked away from the hectic drag of Camden. The walk will then go on to the top of the Hill where you can take photos of the amazing views over London Town and the surrounding area including London Zoo. Imi has a vast knowledge of past and present famous residents and our walk will include several of these beautiful homes and historical Blue Plaques
Walking shoes and umberella if the weather is not so good
The walk is neither long nor taxing and will be done at a manageable pace to suit all ages. We have a little dog called Boo who unless you specifically object will be joining us on the walk.