Best of Afternoon Tea in Lancashire
There are so many places to afternoon tea in Lancashire and selecting our favourites was challenging. Lancashire has some beautiful highlights to tantalise your taste buds and tempt you. Here are our top 5 places for afternoon tea in Lancashire.
Set in in more than 100 acres of beautiful Lancashire countryside, North West of England and situated within the grounds of five-star Ribby Hall Village, the superb Spa Hotel is an escape from the day to day and regularly visited by celebrities. Located between Preston and Blackpool they offer afternoon tea with a spa package or on its own. This afternoon tea is all locally sourced produce and served with dainty touches. It comes highly recommended for both its taste, value and modern surroundings.
Midland Hotel, Morecambe Bay, – Afternoon Tea from £21pp
The iconic Art Deco hotel on the Morecambe Promenade is one of the most stylish venues in the county for afternoon tea. Served in the Sun Terrace that overlooks Morecambe Bay, the three-tiered afternoon tea has a a true sense of occasion and celebration; Victoria sponge, fruit tartlets, scones and delicate finger sandwiches. Choose from a variety of delicately infused teas, or even a glass of Laurent Perrier champagne, to accompany your treats. An optional extra for those who want to be a little daring. The ‘G and Tea’ is a cup of Infused Earl Grey with a shot of Hendricks Gin for the gin lovers among you!
The Potting Shed, Longridge – Afternoon Tea from £17.99pp
Situated at Spout Farm of the outskirts of Longridge, located above a boutique garden centre. This rustic feeling venue is perfect for mothers days and stop off visits. Two options for Afternoon Tea:
The Classic and Picnic Basket Afternoon Tea: A selection of cheeses, pork pies, scotch egg, home cooked ham, Potting Shed salad, frittata, chicken liver pate, rustic bread and a scone with jam and clotted cream. Both are served with unlimited tea and coffee. Served from at 12pm and from 14.45 pm Tues – Sat and bank holidays, pre-booking is essential.
The Black Sheep Tearooms, Lytham – Afternoon Tea from £16pp
The Black Sheep is a fun and exciting tea room in the heart of Lytham, with seating on two floors this venue offers good homemade cakes and quality soups. You will even notice a chocolate sheep nestled among your petit fours as part of the tearooms personality. Close to the quiet town of St.Annes with its famous golf course and near to Blackpool with its world famous Tower.
As the only place in Lancashire with a Michelin starred restaurant serving afternoon tea you can expect something pretty special from this venue. Your traditional afternoon tea can be served with tea, Louis Roederer Brut Premier Champagne or prosecco Frizzante. Enjoy freshly-baked scones, velvety clotted cream, homemade fruit preserves, intricately prepared pastries and delicate sandwiches. Each individual dainty is lovingly crafted and given the utmost care for flavour and presentation by the talented chefs here. The hotel is set in beautiful surroundings and well worth a visit. Sister hotel of The Stafford London.
Mon – Fri 3.00pm – 4.30 pm Non Residents & Residents | Sat – Sun: 3.00pm – 4.30pm Residents Only