All of the venues below offer something different from the traditional afternoon tea and are well worth a look.
Afternoon tea inspired by the themes and colours of the fashion world.
How good does combining afternoon tea with a London bus tour sound?
You and your loved ones will soak up the breathtaking ambience of Oavali's Persian garden setting, where even the clinks of teacups are akin to a serenade.
The attention to detail on the crockery alone is worth a visit.
Carnaby Street, Soho, London. Think uber-cool and one of THE places to be in London.
Five wonderful outdoor domes can be found in the London Secret Garden.
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.
We love the afternoon tea menu concept at Scoff & Banter on Oxford Street.
Hard Days Night Hotel is the worlds only Beatles inspired hotel.
A super afternoon tea on board a vintage Routemaster red bus touring Edinburgh.
Take afternoon tea at London's iconic National Theatre.
Close to the Novello and Duchess Theatres in Covent Garden, you'll find Champagne + Fromage.
Step inside the hotel's restaurant and enjoy a truly original Vegan Afternoon Tea.
Lumley Castle draws you in from the moment you see the grand exterior of this 600 year old building.
Just when you thought Brighton could not get any more chic, Malmaison comes to town!
Take a break from the shops in Leeds and relax in the brasserie at Malmaison.
Cat lovers of the world rejoice! Head to the Kitty Cafe for a unique tea experience.
Enjoy a twist on the traditional afternoon tea with a visit to Cafe Rouge in Cardiff.
Champagne+Fromage in Greenwich offer a memorable Afternoon Tea.
Cruise through historic Chester and stunning rural Cheshire onboard a boat.
Enjoy great views of the Thames whilst taking afternoon tea near Blackfriars Bridge.
For only £40 per person we recommend that you make this top of your to-do list!