With the weather being so changeable this week, we’ve talked and talked about the quintessentially British Afternoon Tea, which can be enjoyed come rain or shine! Take a peek at our selection of the very best quirky afternoon teas in London and beyond – you won’t be disappointed…
BB Bakery Bus Tour + Afternoon Tea
Step inside a vintage London routemaster bus and enjoy city views with plenty of food from BB Bakery! This quirky treat is bound to be the pinnacle of any visit to London.
Children’s Literature Themed Tea at The Grand, York
Relive every childhood wish with one of these innovative and inventive children’s literature afternoon teas at The Grand, York. Whether you want to wander down the rabbit hole with Alice or step into a world of pure imagination with Charlie, these afternoon teas are sure to inspire.
Science Afternoon Tea at The Ampersand Hotel
Chocolate dinosaurs… Injectable macaroons… A dry ice display – what’s not to love?! SuperBreak’s Millie was so impressed during her research for this blog that she decided to tuck into this one herself! What’s more, with such a stunning city location near top London museums, it’s hard to resist.
Seafood Afternoon Tea at The Grand, Brighton
Not really into sweet treats? No fear, as The Grand in Brighton serves a delightful seafood afternoon tea in a seaside setting! Think of juicy prawns, exquisite crab and an unusual brown bread ice cream – sounds tempting, right?
Game of Thrones Afternoon Tea at Ballygally Castle, Co. Antrim
Treat a Game of Thrones fan to a truly memorable experience with a themed afternoon tea! Set in the aptly mysterious Ballygally Castle, the afternoon tea consists of ‘Jon Snow Cakes’ (scones), ‘Baratheon Bread’ (fruit loaf), Sansa Stark’s Lemon Cakes and other culinary delights.
Matilda The Musical Afternoon Tea at Radisson Blu Edwardian, London
With a jellied newt (yep, you heard right!) alongside your favourite teatime treats, this Dahl-inspired selection is perfect for kids, no matter what their age. Additionally, the hotel is right next to The Cambridge Theatre, so you can go and see the fantastic Matilda The Musical before or after your afternoon tea experience!
Have you tried any of these quirky afternoon teas? Let us know by commenting below!