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Afternoon Tea Scotland

Catch Up With Loved Ones

Afternoon Tea Brochures For Our Venues

Are you looking to plan a heartwarming get together with cherished friends and family?  Want to enjoy an afternoon of delightful conversations, catching up, and laughter, all accompanied by a delectable selection of pastries, sweets, sandwiches, and scrumptious teas? Manorview Hotels' venues can provide all that with a sterling level of attentive customer service.

Below you can find all of our comprehensive afternoon tea brochures for every single Manorview Hotels venue across Central Scotland that offer afternoon tea.

From the gorgeous, rolling hills of Lanarkshire to the bustling streets of Glasgow city, Manorview Hotels boasts a unique range of charming venues that are ideal for all kinds of occasions and gatherings.

Browse our venues and brochures below, then get in touch with us to book an afternoon to remember!

cornhill castle

The Ghillie


Steeped in history and grandeur, The Ghillie at Cornhill Castle isn't your average afternoon tea venue. This 19th-century gem, nestled amidst the rolling Lanarkshire moors, offers a truly unique experience. Gather your party and indulge in a delightful afternoon tea surrounded by the castle's charm.

The Plumpy Duck


Found in the idyllic Renfrewshire countryside, Bowfield Hotel & Spa's The Plumpy Duck invites you to an afternoon tea with loved ones. Escape to the spa to complete a day in luxury only 25 minutes away from Glasgow city centre. 

The Carter's Bar & Restaurant


Nestled in the Southside of Glasgow on the White Cart Water is the Busby Hotel's Carter's Bar & Restaurant. Tuck in to an afternoon tea overlooking the river and treat those closest to you to a relaxing, luxurious afternoon with delectable tea, coffee, savouries and sweets.

Lowland Bar & Restaurant


Gather your loved ones for a truly special afternoon. Imagine yourselves surrounded by the grandeur of a restored Victorian mansion house, just a stone's throw from Johnstone. The Lowland Restaurant & Bar at the Lynnhurst Hotel invites you to experience their exquisite afternoon tea.

The Bird & Bell


Enjoy an afternoon tea in Giffnock at the Redhurst Hotel's Bird & Bell; a sauve venue where modernity meets luxury. Savour the selection of savouries, sweets, and treats that perfectly complement our choice of teas and coffees for afternoon tea that won't disappoint.

The Torrance Hotel

East Kilbride

Take a wander down to The Torrance Hotel in East Kilbride to experience afternoon tea in the hotel's modern elegance. Book a table in the restaurant and soak in the idyllic gardens while you enjoy the company of loved ones paired with delectable teas, coffees, and treats.

FAQs About Afternoon Tea in Scotland

Afternoon tea is usually served between 12:30pm and 3:00pm daily in Scotland, and this unofficial 'rule' dates back to tea's popularity in the 18th and 19th centuries.

Yes. All of our venues will provide parking for your full afternoon tea gathering.

Afternoon tea can be booked anything from a few hours in advance to a few weeks in advance, depending on the availability of our venues. To ensure you get the date and time you want, booking in advance is recommended.

Afternoon tea and high tea are very different. Afternoon tea is usually served from 12:30pm to 3pm and features cakes, sandwiches, pastries, and tea (among other light lunch time style bites). High tea, on the other hand, is usually served between 4pm and 6/7pm, and features a more substantial meal with tea. Nowadays, high tea is commonly referred to as dinner, supper, or just tea-time, when the main meal of the day is had.

Yes. Afternoon tea is a British Tradition that dates back over two centuries. The fundamentals of afternoon tea haven't changed much over time, with the principle rule being to serve tea alongside sandwiches, pastries and sweets like cakes and tarts.

Gift Vouchers

Treat yourself or a loved one to some gift vouchers across all of our restaurants and hotels