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10 charming tea rooms you HAVE to visit...

By MParish 05 Mar 2017

Pretty china patterns, homemade cake and classic British decor, what's not to love about tea rooms?

Here is a list of 10 delightful tea rooms to visit in the UK...

  1. Betty's - Harrogate
    With its very own café pianist, the original Betty's opened in 1919. Since then it has become so popular you can find various others across Yorkshire serving afternoon tea the way it's meant to be.


  2. Claridge's - London
    As classic as they come. If you are looking for delicate china, perfect service and plenty of sandwiches then this is the place for you. 
    (whatsoninlondon.co.uk)

  3. Drink, Shop & Do - London
    Who said afternoon tea was meant for women? Enjoy a 'manly afternoon tea' that includes big filling sandwiches and pork scratchings!
    (tripadvisor.co.uk)

  4. Richmond Tea Rooms - Manchester
    Inspired by Alice in Wonderland, this tea room will transport you into Tim Burton's mind with its OTT decor and delightfully playful menu. (ilovemanchester.com)

  5. Anteaques - Edinburgh
    What do you get when you cross tea and antiques? Anteaques! Enjoy traditional English tea then browse amongst the selection of antique furniture and tea sets.
    (tripadvisor.co.uk)

  6. Mari Vanna - London
    If you fancy stepping away from the traditional English tea room, why not step into a Russian one instead!? Packed full of Russian decor and traditional Russian cuisine, a truly unique experience.(itsrudetoshare.com)

  7. Titanic - Belfast
    Experience tea the way Rose did- in the height of luxury. It's even kitted out with a replica staircase (if only Leonardo was stood at the top)


  8. Julien Plumart Boutique Salon du Thé - Hove
    Okay, so it might not be English but with such delicate and perfect Macaroons to indulge in who cares!? 

    (Laura Jane Stephens)

  9. The Bridge - Bradford on Avon
    Take a step back in time into the Victorian period. Housed in a former blacksmith's cottage, you can tuck into classic afternoon tea served by staff in Victorian costumes.

    (pinterest.com)

  10. The Willow Tea Rooms - Glasgow
    A modern twist on the classic afternoon tea with its art nouveau design. Edgy and delicious!

     


    As the Mad Hatter wisely said - “It's always tea-time.” So chin chin darlings! 

 

 

 

 

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