Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and also the third largest city in the United Kingdom. Situated on the River Clyde in Scotland's West Central Lowlands, Glasgow grew from a humble rural settlement to one of the largest ports in Britain. During the early 20th century, Glasgow was the fourth largest city in Europe. Glasgow is the proud host of the 2014 Commonwealth Games and is a city rich in culture and heritage. There are a wonderful array of hotels and restaurants serving fine afternoon tea in Glasgow and we have handpicked a few of those below.
1 William Street, Glasgow from £17.50 per person
Derived from the Scottish Gaelic word for tea, Ti represents a modern, fashionable and cosmopolitan lounge filled with energy and personality Ti not only offers traditional afternoon tea but will introduce new versions of the classic.
Browns Bar & Brasserie
1 George Square, Glasgow from £14.00 per person
Housed in the iconic 130 year old ex-General Post Office building, the GPO headquarters until 1969, when it became the Post Office. Now it’s a stylishly decorated, relaxed brasserie and bar.
La Bonne Auberge
161 W Nile Street, Glasgow from £17.50 per person
La Bonne Auberge is nestled in Glasgow's theatreland and has been serving French cuisine for over forty years. The French Afternoon Tea is definitely something different and well worth a look.
Blythswood Square Hotel
11 Blythswood Square, Glasgow from £29.00 per person
So popular is Afternoon Tea at Blythswood Square that they have launched an Afternoon Tea Club! This is Blythswood's way of rewarding guests for coming back time and time again plus introducing friends to their indulgent afternoon teas.
Places to take Afternoon Tea in Glasgow
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