The Afternoon Tea Online team are keen to keep you up to date with what’s new in the world of afternoon tea. We look closely at what’s happening around the UK and feature new places to take afternoon tea below.
TING in the Shangri-La Hotel is a remarkable setting on the 35th floor of the Shard.
The Tiffany Blue Box Cafe at Harrods is a place to enjoy the true style of Tiffany's with a specially themed menu.
Tea is served in the 1853 Restaurant & Bar which can be found in the old library.
Carnaby Street, Soho, London. Think uber-cool and one of THE places to be in London.
One of the most enjoyable and imaginative menus we have seen in London for years.
One of London's quirkiest afternoon teas, Mr Fogg's Gin Parlour in Covent Garden is an absolute joy.
Bovey Castle is a real gem of a hotel set inside Dartmoor National Park.
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.
A definite go-to destination for one of the finest afternoon teas in Bath.
Afternoon tea is served daily in the stylish surrounds of Seasons Restaurant.
Sopwell House is well suited to larger groups including bridal showers and baby showers.
There is something so very English about taking tea in the grand oak-panelled lounge that overlooks the garden.
The Midland in Manchester is famous for their indulgent afternoon tea.
You'll find the stylish Sky by the Water bar and restaurant at Resorts World in Birmingham.
A top quality quintessentially British afternoon tea served in the iconic Royal Albert Hall.
The pastel colours and floral displays make Victors a charming place to take afternoon tea.