A date for your diary: Afternoon Tea at Ariel House

You all know by now that I’m a big fan of afternoon tea – particularly afternoon tea at Ariel House in Ballsbridge.

For me it is truly one of life’s little pleasures..
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My Author’s Afternoon Tea event with fellow author, Rosanne Hewitt-Cromwell (“Like Mam Used to Bake” in bookstores nationwide) at Ariel House last December was such fun that I’ve planned another little event if you would like to come along…

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I am planning to enjoy afternoon tea in Ariel House on Sunday April 27th at 3pm with fellow foodies, artisans and bloggers.  Ariel House have kindly offered their superb afternoon tea at a special rate of €12.50 per person for this event.

We can meet up and tweet up at 3pm and be tucking into delicious homemade goodies by 3.30pm.  (I particularly love their use of homemade artisan produce).

photo by Paula Ryan Photography

photo by Paula Ryan Photography

Places are limited to twenty, so if you would like to join me on Sunday April 27th,

Email: fiona.dillon@hotmail.com

Phone: 085 1057314

to book your place/places.

*  If you require a gluten free afternoon tea or have any special dietary requirements, please do let me know in advance..

Hope to see you there!


Food from an Irish Garden in bookstores nationwide now.

Find current features from Fiona in Irish Country magazine and the UK’s Home Farmer magazine and the RTE Guide.

To book Fiona for a back garden self-sufficiency talk/demo, email: fiona.dillon@hotmail.com

5 thoughts on “A date for your diary: Afternoon Tea at Ariel House

  1. So disappointed ill be in london would have loved to be there . have it on my list to go there after I read your review,, love keeping up to date with your diary..thanks for the honey loved it ,,

    Sent from my iPad

  2. This event booked out immediately. If you missed out you can still put your name down on the cancellation list. If no places become available, I’ll let you know if I set a date for another afternoon tea. It promises to be a fun afternoon!

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