Monday, January 30, 2017

Mary Berry to Host Afternoon Tea aboard Belmond British Pullman


Belmond announces a special afternoon tea experience with Britain’s national treasure and Queen of Baking Mary Berry CBE, aboard Belmond British Pullman on Sunday, 5th February 2017. Travelling aboard the elegant vintage carriages from London Victoria Station, guests will travel with the doyenne of family cooking, as the train makes its way through the British countryside.


The menu includes some of Mary’s favourite cakes including Cherry and Almond tart, Strawberry Mille Feuille, Opera Slice and baked scones, made with her own personal recipe - all served by Belmond’s liveried stewards along with traditional tea and champagne. The elegant surroundings and comfort of the Art Deco 1920s carriages provide an intimate setting for guests to spend time with Mary hearing about her award-winning career whilst picking up some baking tips.

Author of over 80 best-selling cookery books, and with a TV career spanning more than six decades, Mary is one of the UK’s most loved culinary personalities.

Prices start from £275 per person for the Afternoon Tea hosted by Mary Berry on 5th February 2017.

For more information, please visit belmond.com/britishpullman.



About Belmond
Belmond Ltd. is a global portfolio of luxury travel experiences including hotels, trains, cruises and safaris in some of the world’s most inspiring and enriching destinations. Established almost 40 years ago with the acquisition of Hotel Cipriani in Venice, the Company owns and operates 47 unique and distinctive hotels, rail and river cruise experiences, including three scheduled to open over the course of the next twelve months, in many of the world’s most celebrated destinations. From city landmarks to intimate resorts, the collection includes Belmond Grand Hotel Europe, St. Petersburg; Belmond Copacabana Palace, Rio de Janeiro; Belmond Maroma Resort & Spa, Riviera Maya; and Belmond El Encanto, Santa Barbara. Belmond also encompasses safaris, eight luxury tourist trains including the Venice Simplon-Orient-Express, three river cruises and ‘21’, one of New York’s most storied restaurants.


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