Our Suggestions for your Afternoon Tea and Prosecco Day this Friday

Afternoon Tea Week and Prosecco Day both come together on Friday, August 13th. Plan a special day out with our suggestions of some great afternoon Prosecco teas around the country. 

The Maldron Hotel

If you are looking for a good value and cheerful option, the Maldron Hotel, Kevin Street, Dublin, has you covered. The newly arrived hotel is currently offering guests afternoon tea for €12.50 per person. This includes sandwiches with a variety of fillings, scones and macaroons. This package also has a Prosecco upgrade. For €16 per person.

Grand Central Hotel, Belfast

Relish the age-old custom of a traditional afternoon tea with a twist in the magnificent Grand Central Hotel. Delight in mouth-watering sweet and savoury delicacies, fine china and steaming pots of the finest teas from Kenya’s highlands and valleys of Assam. Take in the views of Belfast from the 23rd floor. Make the occasion even more special with a glass of Champagne. For the well-recommended experience, the cost will be £80(€95) for two.

The Imperial Hotel, Cork 

Lafayette’s Brasserie serves breakfast, lunch, and the famous Grace Kelly Afternoon Tea. Enjoy teas, coffees, scones, and pastries daily created by their talented pastry team. Served daily in the majestic surroundings of Lafayette’s. Devour delicious sandwiches or a light lunch or indulge in our Afternoon Tea, inspired by Grace Kelly, who stayed here in June 1961. For €29 per person its a must if you are in Cork.

The Shelbourne, St Stephens Green

In the late morning, The Lord Mayor’s Lounge moves to the celebratory theatre of that most civilised ritual, the art of Afternoon Tea. All is sweetness and light, sugar and spice. A symphony of gentle indulgence, this is a time-honoured tradition that has been savoured by generations of guests at The Shelbourne Hotel. The one-of-a-kind experience cost is €100 for two.

Ruby Ellens, Co Louth

This café is four lovely rooms decorated with lots of antique furniture, using classic tea sets and has a lovely garden too. Every day the cabinet is filled with freshly made cakes and pastries. It is hard to resist them. Afternoon Tea costs €14.95 and includes a lovely selection of homemade sandwiches and pastries.  You may have to bring your own Prosecco.

No 1 Pery Square, Limerick

In the heart of Georgian Limerick, you can relax by the fireside, sip bubbly and enjoy the ambiance of this stunning period property. Served in the Drawing Room, there’s something for everyone with Gentleman’s Tea, Champagne Tea and Prince and Princesses Tea just some of the options on the menu. Here you can try teas from extensive range from Cahill’s tea. Starting at €32 per person.

 

The Galmont Hotel, Galway

Afternoon Tea at the Galmont has established itself as one of those ‘must-do’ experiences while staying in Galway. The Galmont serve a very special menu of savoury delicacies and sweet treats which you can enjoy while admiring the stunning views of Lough Atalia and beyond. Choose from the Prosecco Afternoon Tea (€32) or the Classic Afternoon Tea (€27). Available only from Thursday to Sunday

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