Thomas George logo

Where to go for Festive Afternoon Tea in Cardiff

Search for properties

Property type

Minimum price

Maximum price

Minimum bedrooms

Tue 06 Dec 2016

Where to go for Festive Afternoon Tea in Cardiff

The Welsh capital is home to a plethora of amazing eateries so you’re completely and utterly spoilt for choice when it comes to deciding on where to dine out.

However, the jolly season is just around the corner and you’ll no doubt be inundated with turkey dinners. So, why not treat yourself to festive afternoon tea and save those traditional Christmas dinners for work dos and, of course, December 25th!

Here you can discover the best places to go for festive afternoon tea in Cardiff.

Marriott Hotel

This hotel serves afternoon tea you simply can’t resist. Why? Well, for just £10.95 per person, you can tuck into flavoursome finger sandwiches and delicious baked goods including mince pies, and sip on a tasty tea of your choice.

Afternoon tea at the Marriott will be a festive feast you’ll love. If you really fancy treating yourself, why not opt for the prosecco afternoon tea for £15.95. It is Christmas after all.

Park Plaza

The festive afternoon tea served at Park Plaza really is sensational. Think finger sandwiches, generously crammed with only the tastiest of fillings, followed by an array of divine sweet treats.

A scone is one of the essential components of afternoon tea, right? Well, you can enjoy freshly baked sultana and cinnamon scones at Park Plaza to truly taste Christmas.

At £19.95, the afternoon tea is worth every penny. Choose from speciality tea, filter coffee or if you fancy a glass of bubbles, the champagne experience at £26.50 is perfect.

Hello Festive Afternoon Tea, we've been waiting for you. ⛄🍰🎄 Book yours on 02920 111 103.

A photo posted by Park Plaza Cardiff (@parkplazacardiff) onDec 2, 2016 at 4:24am PST

Pettigrew Tea Rooms

This independent restaurant serves festive afternoon tea you won’t want to miss out on for just £16.50. In addition to drinking fine loose leaf tea of your choice you’ll quench your thirst on delicately spiced mulled wine, served in a teacup and accompanied by a mini mince pie.

The sandwich selection features seasonal specials, including traditional turkey and cranberry, as well as more traditional fillings such as classic cucumber and cream cheese. Pettigrew Team Rooms certainly doesn’t do things by halves.

Enjoy a cranberry and brandy scone as well as a slice of homemade cake and be prepared to feel very, very full. It will, however, be worth it. Christmas isn’t Christmas without overindulging!

let the festivities begin #afternoontea #christmas

A photo posted by annie (@anniemuyang_) onDec 4, 2016 at 9:30am PST

Like with most Christmas pastimes, you’ll need to book in advance. Be sure to book now to avoid missing out! Otherwise, you’ll have to wait until next year.

If you’re looking for other fun things to do in the city then take a look at the following blogs posts and discover some of the best places to visit in the Welsh capital this December:

8 Reasons to Visit Cardiff’s Winter Wonderland This Year

Small Bar: Cardiff’s New Craft Beer Bar

The 7 Must-Do Things in Cardiff