Built in 1710 by a pupil of Sir Christopher Wren, The Elms is a Queen Anne mansion set in the Teme Valley between Worcester and Tenbury Wells. The mansion retains many original features, such as ornate palsterwork, carved fireplaces and stained glass windows and is furnished with period antiques and paintings. The house is surrounded by landscaped gardens, woodland and orchards.
The Elms has a unique family friendly atmosphere and
is the perfect backdrop for a gourmet Afternoon Tea which includes
home-baked fancies and cakes, sultana scones with clotted cream,
and delicious Elms strawberry preserve.
Afternoon Tea is served 2:30pm to 5pm every day
Booking is essential
Bar or Drawing Room
Children of all ages welcome
No live music
All major credit cards accepted
You will receive instant confirmation of your booking by email