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Bridgerton Afternoon Tea at Mussenden Temple

Mussenden Temple, Downhill Demesne, Castlerock, Londonderry, BT514RP
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On good authority from Lady Whistledown, a social event not to be missed is coming to The Ton this season...

Dust off your Regency best and prepare to be transported back in time, as a collaborative of local producers present Northern Ireland's first Bridgerton-themed afternoon tea at the iconic Mussenden Temple.

Once the cherished home of Lords and Ladies, who lived and indulged in afternoon tea during the same enchanting period as Bridgerton, Mussenden Temple provides the perfect setting for this illustrious affair.

This limited-edition afternoon tea experience pays homage to the Regency era; a time of grand revelry, high style, elegant parties, balls, and sumptuous dinners. With a contemporary twist, the menu has been meticulously crafted to celebrate this glamorous epoch.

Setting the scene, the Bridgerton Afternoon Tea unfolds within the historic and breathtaking confines of Mussenden Temple, Northern Ireland's most iconic landmark. As you step into this grand space, you will be naturally illuminated by the temple's magnificent architecture and panoramic views, creating an ambiance that is nothing short of magical.

'A Taste of Castlerock', featuring Mussenden Sea Salt, Giggling Goose, Braemar Farm, and The Chocolate Manor, has carefully curated the menu to pay tribute to the illustrious families of Bridgerton. It features a delightful selection of sandwiches and desserts, delectable scones with cream and jam, and four signature sweet treats that are sure to tantalise your taste buds.

Make haste, and secure your booking – it would be quite the scandal to miss this unparalleled afternoon tea experience at Mussenden Temple.


What's included:
· Exclusive access to the stunning Mussenden Temple
· Welcome Cocktails ( Mocktails available )
· Traditional Afternoon Tea
· Souvenir booklet
· VIP options include a takeaway gift bag

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Opening Times

Season (26 July 2024)
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Friday12:30 - 15:00
Season (26 July 2024)
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Friday15:30 - 18:00

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