For afternoon tea in London, I would like to go to Pantry at 108, The Marylebone Hotel. They have a gluten-free afternoon tea!

The Best Places For Afternoon Tea In London

For afternoon tea in London, I would like to go to Pantry at 108, The Marylebone Hotel. They have a gluten-free afternoon tea!

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Five of the best places to drink tea in London - Travel tips and inspiration - British Airways High Life

Five of the best places to drink tea in London - Travel tips and inspiration - British Airways High Life

Best Afternoon Tea in London - 3 Places You Have to Go

Best Afternoon Tea in London - 3 Places You Have to Go

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One of my favourites is the Montcalm Hotel near Marble Arch.  This week, The Shard launched its much-anticipated Sky-High Tea Experience, allowing guests to enjoy afternoon tea on its open-air sky deck towering nearly 1,000 feet above London. But if you prefer your afternoon tea a little more traditional—or something else entirely—the city offers endless permutations of the centuries-old tradition.

The 10 Best Afternoon Teas in London: The Shard, Claridge's, Fortnum & Mason - Photos

One of my favourites is the Montcalm Hotel near Marble Arch. This week, The Shard launched its much-anticipated Sky-High Tea Experience, allowing guests to enjoy afternoon tea on its open-air sky deck towering nearly 1,000 feet above London. But if you prefer your afternoon tea a little more traditional—or something else entirely—the city offers endless permutations of the centuries-old tradition.

The ritual of afternoon tea owes its origins to Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford. As a young women in the early 1800s she lived during a time when it was common to eat only two main meals a day, with breakfast scheduled early in the morning and dinner occuring late in the evening. Weakened and irritated by hunger pangs each day, she decided to schedule time to take tea and snack each afternoon. This private ceremony was firstly done furtively in her bedroom, but over time well-heeled…

London's 10 best afternoon teas

The ritual of afternoon tea owes its origins to Anna, the 7th Duchess of Bedford. As a young women in the early 1800s she lived during a time when it was common to eat only two main meals a day, with breakfast scheduled early in the morning and dinner occuring late in the evening. Weakened and irritated by hunger pangs each day, she decided to schedule time to take tea and snack each afternoon. This private ceremony was firstly done furtively in her bedroom, but over time well-heeled…

Shopping Fortnum and Mason in London, England-- this 300 year-old store (orginally a market) is worth a stroll for the gorgeous interior and beautifully packaged provisions.

Fortnum and Mason's best souvenirs from London

Shopping Fortnum and Mason in London, England-- this 300 year-old store (orginally a market) is worth a stroll for the gorgeous interior and beautifully packaged provisions.

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