The Balmoral's Palm Court in Edinburgh is an award-winning afternoon tea venue.
The Waldorf Astoria Edinburgh is situated at the west end of Princes Street with stunning views.
Step inside the Mercure Edinburgh City hotel and you'll find Scott's serving a delicious afternoon tea.
Afternoon Tea at Colonnades at the Signet Library is a wonderful experience.
The views of the castle, the city sky line and the forth Estuary are unrivalled.
The Lounge and Library reflect the heritage of the building at 35 Drumsheugh Gardens.
So popular is Afternoon Tea at Blythswood Square that they have launched an Afternoon Tea Club!
Afternoon tea takes place in the Orangery, with fabulous views overlooking the Castle estate.
Picture roaring fires, elegant furnishings and a thousand acres of countryside.
A super afternoon tea on board a vintage Routemaster red bus touring Edinburgh.
The Glasshouse is a 5 star hotel converted from the 160 year old Lady Glenorchy Church.
A stunning boutique hotel in Edinburgh that is well worth a visit.
Close to the Royal Mile in the centre of Edinburgh, you'll find the 4 star Crowne Plaza.
The Scottish National Portrait Gallery on Queen Street is a marvel in itself.
The Windows Restaurant is the only rooftop restaurant in Glasgow.
Elliot’s Bar and Restaurant can be found at the Apex Waterloo Place Hotel.
The French Afternoon Tea is definitely something different and well worth a look.
A short trip from Edinburgh finds you in the 18th century splendour of Hopetoun House.
A refined and relaxed atmosphere as well as some of the best views in the city.
Large picture windows provide views across Festival Square to the iconic Edinburgh Castle.
The Prestonfield cannot fail to impress with its opulence and grandeur.