To make your search easier we have grouped all of our venues into counties across the UK. You can also view our UK venues split by each city or by region.
Bedfordshire is home to the renowned afternoon teas at Luton Hoo and Woburn Abbey.
The Royal County of Berkshire is located west of London and is home to Windsor Castle.
The county of Buckinghamshire has so much to offer visitors.
Home to one of the most famous universities in the world, along with a host of museums.
Cheshire is a beautiful county and home to over 100 square miles of the Peak District.
Cornwall has been rightly dubbed the Cornish Riviera, the perfect English getaway.
The quintessential British occasion of afternoon tea is alive and kicking in County Durham.
The Lake District, The Eden Valley and The North Pennines are all part of the Cumbrian landscape.
Renowned for its beautiful countryside and plentiful picturesque villages and towns.
Devon is famed for the Devonshire cream tea with scones, jam and clotted cream.
A much-loved British county, perched on the south coast between Devon and Hampshire.
Picturesque coastlines and sweeping countryside with the rolling green hills of the South Downs.
Boasting both a picturesque countryside and coastline, Essex offers some great places to visit.
Afternoon Tea venues in Glamorgan hand-picked by Afternoon Tea Online.
Gloucestershire boasts some truly stunning landscapes, taking in the entire Forest of Dean.
Hampshire is home to some of the finest tea rooms in the whole of the UK.
You'll be spoilt for choice when it comes to taking high tea in Hertfordshire.
Kent is a beautifully green county, filled with lush orchards and open green spaces.
Sitting in the north west of England, Lancashire is a popular county for visitors.
The county of Leicestershire has a renowned heritage in cuisine.
Famous for its sausages, seaside towns and being the birthplace of Sir Isaac Newton.
Merseyside is a county rich in maritime, musical and sporting history.
Middlesex boasts some great destinations for enjoying afternoon tea.
Norfolk is famed for The Norfolk Broads, a waterway often referred to as Britain's Magical Waterland.
The largest county in England and home to arguably one of the most beautiful cities in England.
There are plenty of lovely afternoon teas to experience in Northamptonshire.
Northumberland is home to famous battlefields, stunning coastlines and exceptional scenery.
Oxford has long been regarded as one of England's finest cultural and academic centres.
A county of countless different landscapes and plenty to see and do.
Home to unspoilt countryside as well as some of the most interesting towns in the country.
Home to two of England's finest artists, Thomas Gainsborough and John Constable.
Expect great views and delicious afternoon teas in Surrey, home to the Magna Carta.
A metropolitan county brimming with cultural quayside cities and historic attractions.
The home county of William Shakespeare, Warwickshire is a county with plenty to offer any visitor.
West Sussex has a wealth of stately homes and castles including Goodwood and Arundel Castle.
West Yorkshire is filled with countless historic houses, pretty canal networks, museums and art galleries.
Vibrant and historic cities and some pretty fabulous destinations for afternoon tea!