Style of the City reviews, in no particular order, the top places to celebrate Afternoon Tea Week in Wales, during August 12th-18th, 2019.
Celebrate Afternoon Tea Week at the beautiful Llangoed Hall Hotel, a luxury hotel surrounded by the stunning Brecon Beacons.
There is a range of afternoon teas available for guests to enjoy including a Full Afternoon Tea, Laura Ashley themed Afternoon Tea and an Afternoon G&T. Each afternoon tea option includes freshly prepared finger sandwiches, delicious sweet treats and homemade scones with the Laura Ashley and G&T options including a tipple, making this quintessential experience even more of a treat. Enjoy the mouth-watering afternoon tea offerings from £26 per person.
For more information visit www.llangoedhall.co.uk or call 01874 754525.
Ceredigion’s Nanteos Mansion is launching an exciting new afternoon tea menu in time to celebrate National Afternoon Tea Week from 12th– 18thAugust. Featuring a mouth-watering range of traditional and alternative afternoon teas, created by Head Chef, Gerwyn Jones, the sumptuous selection includes Welsh, Estate, Cardigan Bay Seafood, Bubbles, Heading West, Gentleman’s and Sunday Lunch variations.
Nanteos Mansion is hosting Aberystwyth’s largest Afternoon Tea party from 12-4pm on Sunday 18thAugust. Guests are invited to bring their teddies to make it a true teddy bears picnic and tuck into a delicious selection of the new afternoon teas. Tickets can be bought direct from the hotel for £15 per adult or via Eventbrite.
Children up to 12 years go free. There will be face painters and entertainment throughout the afternoon and guests are invited to explore the hotel’s labyrinth, grounds and extensive walks on the 30 acre estate.
To take advantage of National Afternoon Tea Week, contact the hotel on 01970 600522 or by email at email@example.com.
Alternatively visit the website at www.nanteos.com
Afternoon Tea is served in the main restaurant, which provides stylish and contemporary surroundings in which diners can indulge in a selection of sumptuous sweet and savoury treats.
Their Grey Afternoon Tea menu features a selection of triple layered finger sandwiches which can be enjoyed with delicious desserts including a themed Welsh cake. The Grey Afternoon Teas come served with your choice of award-winning Novus Tea, and if you’re feeling extra indulgent you can upgrade to the Grey’s Specialty Afternoon Tea that comes served with a themed cocktail.
Afternoon Tea from £19 per person.
For more information visit www3,hilton.com
A picturesque setting in the restaurant or garden, Afternoon Tea at Holm House offers a selection of sandwiches, smoked salmon and crème Fraiche, cheese & pickle, Egg & Mayo, Ham & Mustard , homemade fruit scone with clotted cream & jam, selection of mini desserts & freshly backed cakes and a pot of tea/coffee.
Afternoon Tea from £18.50 per person
For more information visit www.holmhousehotel.com
Enjoy delectable cakes, Valhrona chocolate mousse, fruit scones with clotted cream and strawberry jam. The pièce de résistance – decadent slices of our famous Croque Monsieur.
Enjoy Afternoon Tea From £25.00 per person or add prosecco for £30.00 per person.
Looking for a great alternative Afternoon Tea? Come and try their Homage to Fromage! Enjoy their take on Afternoon Tea, but with a savoury twist. You’ll be treated to a cheese feast of three tasty tiers and delicious French wine.
Enjoy this for just £30 for two people, or £35 for two with a glass of wine each.
For more information visit www.caferouge.com
Celebrating one of the nation’s favourite traditions, Celtic Manor will be marking Afternoon Tea Week (12th -18th) with a range of treats across the resort. Guests can expect lashings of cream and freshly made scones, as well as surprising twists on the British institution with a Rib Slider Afternoon Tea and Dim Sum Afternoon Tea. For a slice of uber indulgence, guests can head to the decadent Mulberry Bar, where highlights from the menu include a white chocolate shortbread truffle cake and Jaffa Cake inspired cocktail.
Afternoon Tea start from £19.95 per person.
For more information visit www.celticmanor.com
Barker Tea House has taken Afternoon Tea to the next level, offering delicious vintage afternoon teas and a great atmosphere. You can choose between £19.50 for a single tower for 1 person or £17.50 each for two or more people sharing.
For more information call 029 2034 1390
Location: 10 High Street Arcade, Cardiff, CF10 1BB
Ruthin Castle Hotel offers chic and stylish Afternoon Tea for Two. Sneak into their authentic Welsh Castle for an afternoon of indulgence.
It is served in Bertie’s (Monday – Saturday), The Library Bar, Cornwallis Lounge and ‘al fresco’ on the adjoining Bar Terrace or Peacock Garden (weather permitting).
A choice of sandwiches, all served on a variety of wholegrain and white bread, and a selection if freshly prepared cakes and pastries.
For more information visit www.ruthincastle.co.uk.
Afternoon tea at Waterloo Gardens Teahouse comprises of a selection of fresh cakes, scones with clotted cream and jam, finger sandwiches and chocolate truffles, which are all served on a three tier cake stand with a tea of your choice.
The team bake the scones and prepare finger sandwiches to order, so it is necessary to book a day in advance. Afternoon Tea is the only way by which you can reserve a table at the teahouse.
Afternoon Tea from £15 per person.
The teahouse can also be booked exclusively for tea parties. Please contact them beforehand so that they can give you a quote specific to your requirements.
For more information call 029 2024 6073 or visit waterlootea.com
Enjoy a selection of Welsh themed finger sandwiches, traditional favourites like homemade scones and welsh-cakes and, of course, a nice hot pot of your favourite tea from their speciality range. For an even more indulgent treat why not add a glass of bubbly for an extra £4.95?
There is also Gluten Free Afternoon Tea available, with plenty of options included.
Wednesday – Friday only £35 for two | Saturday and Sunday only £40 for two
For more information visit www.valeresort.com