1. Manor Restaurant, Waddesdon Manor
The talented team of pastry chefs put on a great selection of savoury and sweet treats.
From your traditional cucumber sandwich to smoked salmon, cream cheese and asparagus roulade, the sample menu is scrumptious.
Make sure to leave space for home made cranberry scones, white chocolate tiramisu or pistachio and praline macaroons.
Traditional Afternoon Tea £18.50 per person
Champagne Afternoon Tea £23.50 per person
Children's High Tea £8 per person
2. Taplow House, Taplow
Did someone say Devonshire clotted cream?
With cakes, pastries and Scottish salmon?
Hard to turn down the finger sandwiches and great range of loose tea at the beautiful country house
Afternoon Tea £18.95 per person
3. Stoke Park Country Club, Stoke Poges
This majestic venue will have you rehearsing your Dowton Abbey lines.
Enjoy their home made raisin and chocolate chip scones and cakes or upgrade for glasses of champagne.
Traditional Afternoon Tea: £27.50 per person
Champagne Afternoon Tea: £42 per person
Chocolate Afternoon Tea: £36 per person
4. The Crowne Plaza, Marlow
This beautiful lakeside location has a modern feel to it and best of all, it's near the historical town of Marlow.
Their afternoon tea includes finger sandwiches, a selection of cakes, warm scones and pastries.
Did we mention the glass of Prosecco is also included in the price?
Traditional Afternoon Tea: from £18.95 per person
5. Hartwell House and Spa, Aylesbury
Hartwell House is a classy affair.
Candles adorn the tables and the window views are scenic.
Voted top in the Square Meal Top Ten Rooms in the South East, their afternoon tea can be in the Morning Room, Drawing Room, Great Hall or Library.
Hartwell pastries, scones, teas, cakes and Cornish clotted cream are all accompanied by great services.
Full afternoon tea: £27 per person
6. Missenden Abbey, Great Missenden
Afternoon tea in a twelfth century Abbey.
They have a brilliant selection of speciality teas and coffees as well as their fruit scones with cream and jam.
Cream tea: £5.95
Full traditional afternoon tea: £15
Full traditional afternoon tea including a glass of sparkling wine: £21
7. Tin Kitchen, High Wycombe
Also in the top 10 Buckinghamshire's best restaurants as voted by Trip Advisor, they also do afternoon teas.
This might be a unique request as we couldn't see it on the menu but reviews have mentioned cake selections, chocolate mousse and savory scones.
Definitely worth asking them about if you ask us.
8. Villiers Hotel, Buckingham
Winner of the Certificate of Excellence, we wouldn't expect anything less than sumptuous from the hotel.
Their assorted cakes and scones are the perfect complement to the champagnes available.
And if you're worried about calories, they do a light option so you don't miss out.
Traditional cream tea: £14.50 per person
Light Cream Tea: £6.95
9. Princes Risborough Golf Club, Princes Risborough
Tea with fruit scones, clotted cream and jam and some tea.
This is your quintessential traditional afternoon tea.
The brie and cranberry sandwiches get a special mention.
Cream tea: £9.99
Afternoon tea: £14.99
Traditional afternoon tea: £18.99
10. Macdonald Compleat Angler, Stoke Poges
Described as "romantic and luxurious", the riverside retreat is the perfect place for afternoon tea alongside the banks of the River Thames.
John Ross Jr Scottish Smoke Salmon, home made scones and fresh loose tea.
We'll take the lot. Or maybe upgrade with Laurent Perrier Brut. Definitely the latter.
Traditional full afternoon tea: £27.50 per person
Celebration afternoon tea: £37.50-£45 per person