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To be perfectly honest, we’re not sure which is more famously British: afternoon tea or the old red 1960s Routemaster buses. But in this instance it doesn’t matter. This sumptuous and indulgent experience mixes both. Nibbling on delicate sandwiches, exquisite cupcakes and, of course, freshly baked scones with clotted cream and jam and sipping fine tea (or perhaps champagne), you will tour the capital in serious style aboard an historic double decker, the very kind that adorns a million postcards. A truly unique experience. Now, please pass that cucumber sandwich...
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Cancellations are accepted up to 2 weeks prior your booking date. Full refunds are issued minus an admin fee of £10 per person. After that date the full amount is non-refundable. This policy comes directly from the operator. Other important bits: • This tour is suitable for vegetarians, pescatarians, gluten free (traces may be found) and vegans. Sadly we are unable to cater for nut free, coeliacs, and combination between diary and gluten free, and vegan and gluten free diets .Dietary requirements must be provided here upon booking. • The entrance to the bus is not wheelchair accessible, though the bus can accommodate a folded wheelchair • There are no toilets on board • This tour is in English • This tour runs rain or shine • This tour is not suitable for under-5s