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- Cream tea for two
- Or afternoon tea with a cocktail each
- Brand new 4* hotel in the City Centre
- Perfectly placed to explore the city’s attractions like the famous Tyne Bridge, St James’ Park, Grey’s Monument and the Theatre Royal
- Valid 7 days
Treat yourself and a friend to a delightful afternoon with today’s deal for the brand new 4* Maldron Hotel. Opt for a cream tea and you’ll enjoy two light and fluffy scones each, served with cream and jam plus a tea or coffee of your choice for the perfect mid-day snack.
Or if you want to up the ante, go for a full afternoon tea consisting of homemade sandwiches with fillings like ham and Pease pudding and tuna mayonnaise with cucumber; plain or sultana scones and a selection of dainty cakes to finish it off. You’ll also sip on a sparkling cocktail for some added glamour!
Known for their excellent customer service and consistently high standards, Maldron have opened their newest hotel right in the heart of Newcastle, so you can explore all the city has to offer like the famous Tyne Bridge, St James’ Park, Grey’s Monument and the Theatre Royal. Whether you’re enjoying a leisurely break in the city or you’re on a business trip, the Maldron has everything you need for the perfect stay.
“Our server went above and beyond and was just a lovely man. They brought tea and hot chocolate out then brought two tiers of scrumptious indulgent food, sandwiches, scones, macaroons and several cream cakes. The afternoon was lovely and the hotel is lovely but it’s the staff who really make it. Good luck for the future. We will be back.”
“The service & food was exceptional. Plenty to eat & as much tea as you could drink. We will be returning with friends soon. Thank you to all the staff for your good & friendly service on the day.”
“David and Jonathan were a pleasure to meet and very accommodating even at a unsociable time, always happy to help. Breakfast was more than satisfying, definitely will come back and highly recommend.”