The Tremont Tea Society invites you to sip, snack and socialize at The Tremont House, A Wyndham Grand® Hotel, which is hosting special afternoon tea events on Sunday, Sept. 13,  and Sunday, Dec. 13, in celebration of its 30th Anniversary. The hotel is also offering a special Tremont Tea Society Package for each afternoon tea event, including afternoon tea for two, accommodations for two on Sunday night and valet parking, starting at $196.  

Guests partaking in the afternoon tea events will be able to chat with friends in the hotel’s sundrenched atrium while nibbling on tea sandwiches, petit fours and other treats, sipping tea or champagne and listening as harpist Andrea Fronk plays live music softly in the background. Standard tea service includes Earl Grey, Assam Black Tea grown in the India, Ceylon Black Tea/Sri Lankan Black Tea, Chamomile Tea, Mint Tea and Rose Congou Tea, selected to compliment the afternoon’s menu.

The menu features two salads including chicken, apples and raisins in endive and feta, Kalamata olives, and grape tomato served in a cucumber cup. Guests can also enjoy tea sandwiches of cucumber mint on rye bread; tomato, basil and  mozzarella on sourdough bread; prosciutto and asparagus on white bread; and roasted beef, horseradish cream and arugula on mini brioche. Baked goods including banana nut bread and assorted scones and pastries, served with flavored sweet butter cream, Devonshire cream and assorted preserves. Tea concludes with assorted sweets served in a beautiful display of petite fours, mini assorted cheese cakes, macaroons and tarts. 

The hotel will begin taking individual reservations for Sept. 13 and Dec. 13 tea on Sept. 1 and Dec. 1, respectively. The cost is $40 per person for standard tea service and $50 per person for the option of champagne, mimosas or wine. 

Advance reservations are required and can be made by calling (409) 763-0300. A limited number of seats are available, and an overnight package for Sunday night is available. To reserve the Tremont Tea Society Package, visit and see special offers.

About The Tremont House
The Tremont House, A Wyndham Grand® Hotel, is owned by the Cynthia and George Mitchell family as part of Mitchell Historic Properties. The Tremont House is a 119-room, boutique-style hotel located in the heart of The Strand National Historic Landmark District and Galveston’s Downtown Cultural Arts District. This historic hotel features 14,000 sq. ft. of meeting space, a bistro-style café, fitness center and two bars for entertainment – the 1888 Toujouse Bar and The Rooftop Bar. For reservations, call (409) 763-0300 or visit

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