Book a vintage style tea party with extraordinary entertainment!
Psychic readings, past life regression or guided meditation.
A fabulous treat - ideal as a birthday, wedding, Christmas. Mothers Day
or thank you gift!
Available afternoons OR evenings with 24 hours notice
*Time includes a 40 min psychic reading, guided meditation or past life regression per person plus an hour at the end for a tea party!
A FREE bottle of white or Rosé
- wine or Prosecco with optional liquors
Scones, Clotted Cream & Preserves
Cakes / patisserie
A choice of over 30 types of loose leaf tea
A cafetiere of real coffee
Orange juice or lemonade
Additional VIP Items
These must be ordered at the time of booking:
Artisan Chocolates around 8 pieces - £10
Celebration cake on request
Please bear in mind you will be a guest in my home - not a cafe. For a venue of your choosing, please ask for a quotation.
Items subject to availability & substitutions. Sorry, unable to cater for vegans or allergies. Vegetarian options must be requested.
This historic British village is set in a stunning area of outstanding natural beauty, surrounded by rolling valleys and beech woods. The area is peppered with ancient churches (including a medieval abbey) and higgledy-piggledy streets with listed buildings. It’s sleepy village atmosphere, has been the backdrop for many films and TV shows including Midsummer Murders and (for those of us old enough to remember), some of the famous Hammer House of Horror movies!
There have been many notable residents including two former Prime Ministers - Harold Wilson and Clement Attlee. Actor Geofrey Palmer currently lives here with his wife, as does model-turned TV Chef, Sophie Dahl and her musician husband, Jamie Cullum.
Robert Louis Stevenson author of Treasure Island and (Sophie Dahl’s famous grandfather) the author and world war two spy, Roald Dahl wrote many well-known children’s stories here. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, The BFG and Matilda are set in Great Missenden. Although children are not allowed at your party, perhaps another adult could accompany them on a visit to the museum dedicated to this wonderful author.
Great Missenden, Buckinghamshire, lies 35 miles northwest of London and 10 miles from the County Town of Aylesbury.