A guide to cream tea venues across the United Kingdom available to book online.
Afternoon Tea at Harrods is one of London’s finest tea-room experiences.
For a fabulous afternoon tea and unparalleled service, head to the Drawing Room.
The menu choice for afternoon tea at Cantley House is excellent.
A truly beautiful Victorian hotel with modern facilities overlooking the seafront in Brighton.
Seckford Hall is nestled in the beautiful Suffolk countryside near Woodbridge.
A charming place to enjoy one of the nicest afternoon teas in Gloucestershire.
Hilton Puckrup Hall is set on the edge of the Cotswolds amid 140 acres of private grounds.
Afternoon Tea at 1565 Restaurant, Bar & Terrace is an experience to remember.
Step back in time as you drive up a beautiful tree-lined driveway to the listed 17th century house.
Afternoon tea is served daily and there are a great selection of menus.
Enjoy a fine cream tea or the elegant traditional afternoon tea.
A new and stylish way to take afternoon tea in Liverpool.
The afternoon tea choices are splendid, including a simple but delightful cream tea.
A tranquil hotel set in seven acres of private grounds.
The Abbey Hotel is a charming, independently owned hotel in the centre of Bath.
The Mandolay is deservedly developing a reputation for great food.
An icon on the Brighton restaurant scene, Terre a Terre offers a delightful vegan afternoon tea.
Afternoon Sussex Cream Teas at The Grand, Brighton are rumoured to be the best in the country.
The Brighton Harbour Hotel is moments away from the Lanes and has superb views over the iconic seafront.
Cat lovers of the world rejoice! Head to the Kitty Cafe for a unique tea experience.
Take tea in an abbey that dates back to the 12th century.
Taplow House is a beautiful country house hotel in Buckinghamshire.
Spoil yourself with a delicious afternoon tea, served daily in the Conservatory.
Perched on the seafront at Holland-on-Sea, The Kingscliff enjoys views of the Tendring Peninsula.
On the 5th floor of Waterstone's in Piccadilly and serves a delightful afternoon tea
A privately owned Georgian manor house set in the Norfolk countryside.
The Orangery at St Elphin's Park is on the doorstep of the Peak District and the Derbyshire Dales.
Enjoy afternoon tea in the magnificent surroundings of the Tudor Great Hall.
This unspoilt Tudor castle features architectural wonders dating back fully 500 years.
Inspired by their hill top surroundings, treat yourself to 144 On The Hill’s wondrous Afternoon Tea.
Bailbrook House is one of the only Grade II* listed hotels in Bath.
Enjoy afternoon tea in one of the many areas in the hotel.
Take afternoon tea in the Sheridan Lounge at Crewe Hall, a magnificent Grade I listed building.
Stanwell House is in Lymington on the south coast and this boutique hotel has a rich history.
The beautiful, white Georgian building is a lovely place to take afternoon tea.
Served outside in the award winning gardens or if you'd prefer in front of a roaring log fire.
Spoil yourself with high tea served in one the period lounges at Tylney Hall.
The Bristol Hotel sits perfectly on the waterfront of the city's vibrant harbour quarter.
When is a prison not a prison? When it's Malmaison Oxford.
Afternoon tea is always meticulously prepared and beautifully presented by the team.