Afternoon Tea

Beyond the world-famous Ritz London’s Afternoon Tea, there are traditional, not so traditional and downright quirky teas, an English tradition I’ve happily embraced!

Alice in Wonderland Tea Cruise (Guilford)

What better way to enjoy tea than on an Edwardian-style boat in picturesque Oxford?  Your guide, an authority on all things Oxford, will provide commentary and answer questions on your waterway cruise to the spots Lewis Carroll visited and inspired in the story of Alice in Wonderland.

Cafe in the Crypt (London)

Across the street from Trafalgar Square is St. Martin’s in the Fields Café. This 18th century building with its brick-vaulted ceilings is a great place to stop in and escape from the summer heat and stream of tourists. They offer a basic afternoon tea minus the fancy cake stand. They also have a good and inexpensive ‘cafeteria’ style lunch. +44 2077 661158
Ducannon Street, London WC2N 4JF

Fortnum & Mason (London)

I The Diamond Jubilee Tea Salon opened by HM The Queen is the perfect place to have traditional a very memorable afternoon tea. What made our visit particularly special was a tour led by the resident archivist, who is well versed in the institution’s 300-year history. +44 2077 348040
181 Piccadilly, London W1A 1ER


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