The Goring Hotel
The Goring Hotel has remained a family run hotel for over 100 years. Located just around the corner from Buckingham Palace, this Edwardian era hotel has an incredibly friendly staff who welcome you in and make you feel like a treasured guest.
Afternoon Tea at the Drawing Room at Brown’s Hotel
Afternoon tea at Brown’s Hotel in London was one of the teas I was most looking forward to having on my tea room tour of the U.K. The historical importance of Brown’s Hotel was a big draw for me. The hotel is considered to be the oldest hotel in London….
Afternoon Tea at Céleste at the Lanesborough
Located just a short walk from Hyde Park, the Lanesborough Hotel is one of the most luxurious places to have afternoon tea in London. This high end hotel in Knightsbridge is part of the German owned Oetker Collection, one of the best luxury hotel chains in the world. The hotel was once St. Georges Hospital, built in the palatial style during the 1820’s. The giant Greek columns that flank the entrance of the hotel reflect its Neoclassical features.
Harrods Afternoon Tea
Harrods is a great place to stop for afternoon tea while shopping in Knightsbridge. One of London’s oldest and most venerable department stores, Harrods has been in operation since 1849. I arrived at the department store in the late afternoon, promptly heading up to the fourth floor to the store’s…
Afternoon Tea at Mhor Bread and Tearoom
Mhor Bread and Tearoom is located in the small town of Callander, just inside the Trossachs National Park. Known as the “Gateway to the Highlands,” the town is as pretty as a postcard, with a Main St. lined with old brick buildings. It’s here that you will find Mhor Bread…
Afternoon Tea at The Colonnades at the Signet Library
For a unique place to have afternoon tea in Edinburgh that’s steeped in history, head to the Colonnades at the Signet Library. Located just off the Royal Mile behind St. Giles Cathedral, afternoon tea is served in the two hundred year old Signet library building during the 19th century.