The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny

Housed in a stylish Georgian building, the Angel Hotel is one of only a handful of places outside of London to be inducted into the prestigious British Tea Guild Council, winning their Top City and Country Afternoon Tea Award and The Award of Excellence. The in-house bakers prepare their delicious specialities fresh every morning. Find out why it’s among exalted company by treating yourself to Afternoon High Tea, accompanied by a comprehensive list of infusions. 

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Afternoon tea at The Angel Hotel, Abergavenny, South Wales

Caffi Florence, Denbighshire

A swish modern space within the glorious sprawl of the Loggerheads Country Park, the Caffi Florence team are utterly passionate about their baking – so much so that they’re keen to offer a recipe or two. Their afternoon cream tea, made with local ingredients, is one which always lingers on the tastebuds.

The Lemon Tree, Wrexham

If the thought of an afternoon filled with Mini Espresso Martini Cupcakes, and a fab selection of unusual cocktails floats your boat, head to The Lemon Tree Restaurant with Rooms. The award winning restaurant is based in a beautiful Victorian Grade II listed neo-gothic building, not far from Wrexham's town centre. To look at the menu and book, head to The Lemon Tree's website.

Lawrenny Quayside Tearoom, Pembrokeshire

Winners of a clutch of awards, the Lawrenny Quayside Tearoom's surroundings are as choice as its culinary delights. Sample tea at the centre of the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park, and find out why its ability to cook local food to perfection (including lobster and crab) has been a key part of its success.

The Celtic Manor Resort, Newport

Spoil yourself with a delicious and decadent cream tea at the renowned five-star hotel, The Celtic Manor Resort. Their traditional Afternoon Tea includes speciality teas, freshly baked scones, home-made cakes and savoury treats. You can upgrade your experience with a glass of fizz or pink gin, or for an extra bit of all out luxury, check out Tea Time, Me Time at the Forum Spa.

The Hive, Aberaeron

There is quite a view over the harbour to be had at The Hive. You can devour ice cream on a sunny day, or sit by the fire if the sea brings in a chill. Whether you choose cosiness or the courtyard, this is the place for cream tea and homemade food.

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The Hive, Aberaeron, Ceredigion, Mid Wales

Miskin Manor, Vale of Glamorgan

A 10th century manor house is the setting for the Miskin Manor Hotel, with award-winning gardens, a terrace, a light-filled drawing room and a fire. Their cakes are homemade and include classic scones with jam and clotted cream, and they’re rightly proud of their made-from-scratch pastries and sandwiches. There's a choice of a traditional afternoon tea, a savoury afternoon tea and a children's menu. Head to the Miskin Manor website for further details.

Llechwen Hall, near Pontypridd

An early 18th century mansion with beautiful views of the countryside, Llechwen Hall is something of a hidden secret. Afternoon tea includes traditional homemade Welsh cream cakes and a sweet treat from the chef, available for your sweet-toothed pleasure on a sunny terrace or in the cosy lounge bar. There is a separate vegan menu as well.

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