We have selected a great range of presents and gifts suitable for all special occasions, in all areas of the UK, including London and popular destinations. All of our selected afternoon tea vouchers can be booked online today.
Afternoon Tea at Harrods is one of London’s finest tea-room experiences.
Fortnum & Mason is one of the most popular tea rooms in London.
Marco Pierre White is located on the 25th floor of The Cube in Birmingham.
Indulge yourself with afternoon tea at Skylon on the banks of the River Thames.
How good does combining afternoon tea with a London bus tour sound?
Carnaby Street, Soho, London. Think uber-cool and one of THE places to be in London.
Tea can be enjoyed either in the regal setting of one of the period lounges or drawing rooms.
Enjoy this traditional English occasion overlooking the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace.
Five wonderful outdoor domes can be found in the London Secret Garden.
The glamourous Palm Court has played host to afternoon tea for over 150 years.
One of London's quirkiest afternoon teas, Mr Fogg's Gin Parlour in Covent Garden is an absolute joy.
The beautiful, white Georgian building is a lovely place to take afternoon tea.
We love the afternoon tea menu concept at Scoff & Banter on Oxford Street.
Bovey Castle is a real gem of a hotel set inside Dartmoor National Park.
Afternoon tea is a grand occasion that lives up to the dramatic surroundings.
The Arden Hotel is an elegant boutique hotel in the birthplace of William Shakespeare.
There is something so very English about taking tea in the grand oak-panelled lounge that overlooks the garden.
The renowned Crafthouse restaurant launches a very appealing afternoon tea.
Langshott Manor Hotel is a charming 4 star boutique hotel in the heart of the Surrey countryside
For only £35 per person we recommend that you make this top of your to-do list!
A super afternoon tea on board a vintage Routemaster red bus touring Edinburgh.
Afternoon tea can be taken in the lounge, brasserie or restaurant or on the terrace when the sun shines.
Lovely gardens and a terrace to take tea in the sunshine
Lumley Castle draws you in from the moment you see the grand exterior of this 600 year old building.
A definite go-to destination for one of the finest afternoon teas in Bath.
Oakley Hall Hotel truly is a hidden treasure amongst the rolling countryside of north Hampshire.
The Delaunay is inspired by the grand cafes of Europe, with a distinctly Viennese feel.
Hotel Gotham was voted as one of the Best New Hotels in the World by Conde Nast in 2016.
Sopwell House is well suited to larger groups including bridal showers and baby showers.
The beautiful surroundings at Formby Hall make this a great choice for afternoon tea.
Fowey Hall is a luxury family hotel overlooking the Fowey Estuary in Cornwall.
Alexander House Hotel in West Sussex is ideal for those in search of a little bit of British tradition.
Bletchley Park is famous for being the home of the Codebreakers during World War II
The Ickworth is a truly stunning hotel close to Bury St Edmunds.
Exceptional service awaits and a wholly enjoyable experience of London afternoon tea.
Food and drink will be at the forefront of your Mallory afternoon tea experience.
The afternoon tea menu at the Lowry Hotel is a seasonal affair.
Close to the British Museum and the hotel overlooks the beautiful Dickensian Woburn Walk.
A top quality quintessentially British afternoon tea served in the iconic Royal Albert Hall.
Stanwell House is in Lymington on the south coast and this boutique hotel has a rich history.