Mother’s Day in the UK this year is taking place on March 31st, so you still have a few days to put your plans together to make sure that you celebrate your own mother in style! One popular method of doing so all across the country is going on a family outing to a lovely place to enjoy some traditional afternoon tea. A beautiful setting, some delicious food, and great loving company, what more could mum want? Here are the ten best afternoon teas in the UK for Mother’s Day.
1 Cloud 23 Hilton, Manchester
Cloud 23 is famous for being one of the best afternoon tea spots in the whole of Manchester. The experience includes a full range of savoury bites, cakes, and scones, and most importantly, unlimited supplies of tea and coffee!
2 Sanderson Hotel, London
This hotel has long been acclaimed for its afternoon tea, because it is themed around the iconic Mad Hatter’s tea party in Alice In Wonderland. You never know quite what to expect, just make sure you aren’t late, late for this very important date!
3 Warner Leisure Hotel
There are various locations around the country where you can enjoy a Warner Leisure afternoon tea, but the main thing to remember is that all of the six different places offer amazing, luxurious views and tastes.
4 Biscuiteers, London
This amazing cafe in trendy Notting Hill hosts amazing afternoon teas that are filled with types of biscuits that you will have never seen before! Along, of course, with many miniature versions of some of their most famous cake and pastries.
5 Formby Hall Golf Resort & Spa, Liverpool
You can combine a treat for mum and a treat for dad at this luxury golf resort and spa! Send the guys off for 18 holes and treat your mum to a nice massage and a spot of impeccably made, amazing tasting afternoon tea complete with prosecco.
6 The London Hilton Park Lane Hotel
The London Hilton is a favourite for the rich and famous, but you will be pleasantly surprised to hear that their afternoon teas are incredibly affordable. You get all of the classic touches of luxury and elegance that the Hilton is known for, for effectively the price of staying in a bed and breakfast!
7 The Folly, Oxford
Oxford is a beautiful city to visit, and you can make Mother’s Day even more special with a traditional tea at the Folly pub. Its location is its prime feature. You can enjoy all the best food and drink as you watch boats and punts float along the Thames.
8 Grosvenor House, London
This is the real life of luxury, a top-notch afternoon tea to be enjoyed whilst overlooking Hyde Park. From delicate finger sandwiches to warm scones and elegant cakes, it really doesn’t get much better!
9 Penmaenuchaf Hall, Snowdonia
This is a charming Victorian style hotel in the heart of Snowdonia National Park, which gives you the chance to enjoy a classic afternoon tea right in the middle of one of the country’s most scenic and beautiful spots.
10 Fortnum & Mason, London
Of course, if only the best will do, then, you can’t go much posher and much grander than the favourite of the Queen herself! Fortnum & Mason go completely traditional, but what you sacrifice in modernity, you absolutely make up for in sheer luxury, style, and glamour!