The Waldorf Astoria is situated at the west end of Princes Street with stunning views up to the imposing castle that dominates the city.
Forth Floor Harvey Nichols
34 Saint Andrew Square, Edinburgh from £22.00 per person
If you're looking for afternoon tea with the Wow factor in Edinburgh, then the Forth Floor restaurant at Harvey Nichols is definitely the place to go!
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.
1 Princes Street, Edinburgh from £37.50 per person
The Balmoral's Palm Court is an award-winning Afternoon Tea venue, most recently as a Tea Guild Award of Excellence Winner.
1 Festival Square, Edinburgh from £29.00 per person
Afternoon Tea at One Square is the perfect pick-me-up whether for a break between shops or an indulgent few hours with your best friends.
34 Great King Street, Edinburgh from £24.95 per person
Enjoy the famous Howard afternoon tea served by our friendly team of butlers in our elegant dining rooms from 2pm-5pm daily.
Colonnades at the Signet Library
Parliament Square, Edinburgh from £30.00 per person
The immaculately presented waiting staff and Maître D’ offer you a warm and friendly welcome to the glamourous setting.
Old Course Hotel
The Old Course Hotel, St Andrews from £25.00 per person
Explore the magic of the Old Course Hotel in wonderful St Andrews with afternoon tea from only £25 per person.
1 Tower Place, Edinburgh from £17.50 per person
Just north of Edinburgh in fashionable Leith is the spectacular building that is Malmaison. A stunning boutique hotel well worth a visit.
Priestfield Road, Edinburgh from £25.00 per person
Set in 20 acres of stunning rose filled gardens and parkland, the Prestonfield cannot fail to impress with its opulence and grandeur.
Dalhousie Castle Hotel
Bonnyrigg, Edinburgh from £18.50 per person
Dalhousie Castle Hotel is undoubtedly one of Scotland's grandest locations to take afternoon tea. The castle, only eight miles south of Edinburgh, has a rich heritage dating back to the 13th Century.
2 Greenside Place, Edinburgh from £22.00 per person
The Glasshouse Hotel in Edinburgh is part of the Autograph Hotel group and is a 5 star hotel converted from the 160 year old Lady Glenorchy Church.
Old Waverley Hotel
43 Princes Street, Edinburgh from £13.50 per person
Cranston’s at the Old Waverley Hotel is a beautiful Edinburgh restaurant on the world renowned Princes Street.
Browns Bar & Brasserie
1 George Square, Glasgow from £12.50 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.
1 Queen Street, Edinburgh from £17.50 per person
The magnificent building that is the Scottish Portrait Gallery on Queen Street is a marvel in itself.
Cafe Modern Two
73 Belford Road, Edinburgh from £17.00 per person
Highly acclaimed Afternoon Tea, where you’ll enjoy a cake stand laden with gourmet sandwiches, homemade scones
Stables Tearoom at Hopetoun House
Hopetoun House, Edinburgh from £20.00 per person
A short trip from Edinburgh to South Queensferry finds you in the 18th century splendour of Hopetoun House.
35 Drumsheugh Gardens, Edinburgh from £19.95 per person
When considering the name for their new bar The Bonham Hotel decided to go back to the building’s roots.
Afternoon Tea venues in Scotland
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