99p Cream Teas (extra large scone, a pot of Cornish clotted cream, plus strawberry or raspberry jam, plus a selection of teas) at Travelodge - now and all Summer, and open to people not staying too! - HotUKDeals
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99p Cream Teas (extra large scone, a pot of Cornish clotted cream, plus strawberry or raspberry jam, plus a selection of teas) at Travelodge - now and all Summer, and open to people not staying too!

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Travelodge is now selling traditional cream teas for just 99p at its hotels in tourist locations this summer to tie in with the return of the British holiday. At 99p the cream tea, which includes a… Read More
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Travelodge is now selling traditional cream teas for just 99p at its hotels in tourist locations this summer to tie in with the return of the British holiday.

At 99p the cream tea, which includes a large scone, a pot of Cornish clotted cream, a choice of strawberry or raspberry jam and a selection of teas, is cheaper than the price of a cup of tea in many places and has been dubbed the best afternoon tea offer by connoisseur and afternoontea.co.uk founder Keith Newton.

The hotel groups managing director Guy Parsons said with more people expected to holiday in the UK this summer, its budget cream tea would be a big attraction.

Our seaside and tourism locations are booming and we know that these customers want to enjoy our cultures great traditions including the cream tea.


Available now and throughout the Summer at the following Travelodges:


Blackpool Central
Blackpool South Promenade
Brighton Seafront
Eastbourne
Torquay
St Austell
Cockermouth
Windsor
Edinburgh Central
London Covent Garden

Check availability first wth your chosen Travelodge if you're not staying there but are planning to call in for a cheap 99p Cream Tea.

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#1
Never knew what a cream tea was, but this sounds amazing.
#2
o nice treat and im off to blackpool one on sat thanks
#3
Sounds good for 99p :thumbsup:
banned#4
great deal, yumm x
#5
Do you have to be booked in to stay or can you walk in off the street? :?
#6
Good price so a hot deal (but probably not quite as tasty as at the little cottage I found on top of a Tor in Devon. You can't beat the real thing :-D )
#7
Having a cream tea in a Travelodge defies the whole idea of cream tea IMHO! A cream tea is great in a cottage or a quaint tea shop in a small village in the middle of nowhere, using local, freshly sourced ingredients.

Good price though!
#8
mystik
Having a cream tea in a Travelodge defies the whole idea of cream tea IMHO! A cream tea is great in a cottage or a quaint tea shop in a small village in the middle of nowhere, using local, freshly sourced ingredients.


If you pull off the A1, for a quick break and a ciggy, you haven't got time to look for a cottage or tea shop.
#9
Very civilised.. Awfully hot
#10
mystik
Having a cream tea in a Travelodge defies the whole idea of cream tea IMHO! A cream tea is great in a cottage or a quaint tea shop in a small village in the middle of nowhere, using local, freshly sourced ingredients.

Good price though!


+1
#11
mystik
Having a cream tea in a Travelodge defies the whole idea of cream tea IMHO! A cream tea is great in a cottage or a quaint tea shop in a small village in the middle of nowhere, using local, freshly sourced ingredients.

Good price though!


Miserable b#gger!
#12
Monkey nuts 2;5383334
Do you have to be booked in to stay or can you walk in off the street? :?



Apparently you can just walk in off the street in most cases.

Check with the Travelodge of your choice before making a special journey, though.;-)
#13
Newbold
Apparently you can just walk in off the street in most cases.

Check with the Travelodge of your choice before making a special journey, though.;-)


Right then. I know what I'm doing tomorrow. :thumbsup:

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