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Aaron House Vintage Tearooms

Type:Afternoon Tea

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Aaron House

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Decadent, luxurious afternoon teas are served with a glamorous sense of tradition and occasion at Aaron House. Served in their splendid Victorian Dining Room, which enjoys beautiful panoramic views of Port St Mary Bay, you will enjoy a fine selection of finger sandwiches, savories, patisseries and cake which are complemented by their bespoke varieties of speciality tea, coffees, champagne and fine wines.

Prepared by their Vintage Farmhouse Cook and Swiss-Trained Master Patissier, they are passionate about their produce and refuse to compromise on quality. They proudly use Manx produce and prepare their own cooked meats, jams, cakes, chocolates and bakery items.

Aaron House is home to Berries, Luxury Christmas Pudding Makers and Confectioners. Their Vintage and Traditional Christmas Puddings were the most awarded Christmas Puddings at the UK’s Great Taste Awards in 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016. 

Afternoon Teas: £25
Licensed for champagne & fine wines 

Facilities

Catering

  • Cater for vegetarians
Aaron House, The Promenade, Port St Mary, IM9 5DE
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Awards

  • TasteHarvest Award Harvest Award 2019
  • TasteHighest Quality Assured Award Highest Quality Assured Award 2019

Opening Times

* Advanced Bookings Only

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