A guide to hotels and restaurants serving a Savoury Afternoon Tea Menu, including popular Gentleman’s Afternoon Teas and afternoon tea with a twist, all available to book online.
Fortnum & Mason is one of the most popular tea rooms in London.
Close to Horsham in West Sussex, you'll find the beautiful Leonardslee Lakes and Gardens.
Marco Pierre White is located on the 25th floor of The Cube in Birmingham.
The Covent Garden Hotel is in the heart of London's West End.
A short walk from the train station, the Principal York is a great place to take afternoon tea whilst enjoying this historic and beautiful city.
Afternoon Tea in the Wellington Lounge at the InterContinental London Park Lane.
Offering unrivalled views over the Piccadilly Gardens.
The County Hotel is a popular destination for afternoon tea enthusiasts.
Afternoon Tea at 1565 Restaurant, Bar & Terrace is an experience to remember.
We love the afternoon tea menu concept at Scoff & Banter on Oxford Street.
The old Victorian schoolhouse has been stunningly transformed.
The Sanctum Soho Hotel Afternoon Tea offers an afternoon tea with a difference.
Picture roaring fires, elegant furnishings and a thousand acres of countryside.
The menu choice for afternoon tea at Cantley House is excellent.
Take afternoon tea at London's iconic National Theatre.
In the heart of the exclusive St James's area of London along the famous Jermyn Street.
The Hilton London Paddington is a grand Victorian hotel dating back to 1854.
The whole afternoon tea at the Mandeville Hotel really celebrates the best of British.
Enjoy unsurpassed London views of the River Thames and St Paul's Cathedral.
Explore the stunning grounds of Slaley Hall with afternoon tea in the Dukes Restaurant.
Inspired by their hill top surroundings, treat yourself to 144 On The Hill’s wondrous Afternoon Tea.
Centrally located, The Crown is just a couple of minutes walk from Harrogate's most popular sites.
Bridgewood Manor is just south of Chatham and is a luxury hotel and spa in Kent.