There is no better place to enjoy a traditional treat of a Dorset cream tea, than by travelling on Dorset’s premier heritage railway, watching the countryside pass as you enjoy fine tea and scones.
The cows you see from the window may well have produced the cream, and no visit to Dorset is complete without having enjoyed this unique experience.
The cream tea is a diesel hauled service and depart Swanage station at 1440 arriving back at 15:42.
The cream tea consists of two mixed fruit scones, clotted cream, jam and tea.
|2017 Pricing - Including food and travel|
|Table for Two Persons||£33.00|
|Table for Four Persons||£66.00|
|2017 Running Dates|
|4th April||9th May|
|6th June||20th June|
|4th July||18th July|
|19th September||3rd October|
We want dining on the Wessex Belle to be a memorable occasion for you.
As such, we kindly request that guests dress smartly so the experience feels special for everybody. We run a variety of dining trains, some with slightly different requirements, so we will try to break down the dress code for you as clearly as possible.
For the Saturday Wessex Belle: The Wessex Belle offers the chance to dress up and we invite guests to dress in a manner appropriate to a smart/formal occasion.
For men, shirts and jackets are required and ties preferred. For women, we encourage formal evening attire.
For Friday Night Bistro, Dorsetman Luncheon and Cream Teas: Smart casual attire is required.
For ALL Dining Experiences: Dark jeans are permitted but not any other colour or style. They must not be ripped or frayed. Trainers and leisurewear are not permitted on dining trains at all