Tuesday, 9 December 2014

Afternoon Tea at Betty's Tea Rooms: The perfect Christmas Gift









Betty's Tea Room is an old fashioned tea room, bakers and chocolatiers, set up in 1919 in Yorkshire, which specialises in fine quality dining and top notch service.

Recently I took my Mum to have Afternoon Tea at the Belmont Room in York as an early Christmas present. Lined with wood panelling and filled with thick white clothed tables and shiny silver cutlery, the Belmont Room defined luxury. The soft sounds of the grand piano keys tinkling in the background accompanied the clinking of china and hushed murmurs of the numerous parties in the room.

At £26.95 per person, Afternoon Tea at Betty's comes with a choice of 17 types of tea, with a range of specialties, from black tea, to white and Green, all served in little silver pots on sparkling silver trays. The cake stand comes layden with little finger sandwhiches (from ham and mustard, coronation chicken, egg and water cress to prawn and salmon with marie rose sauce), Sultana Scones with jam and clotted cream and a selection of beautifully baked and decorated cakes and patisseries.

Afternoon Tea is the perfect christmas gift for a relative who deserves a little bit of pampering and opulence, and I could not recommend it enough! With 4 tea rooms in the Yorkshire Area (Harrogate, York, Northallerton and Ikley) there are plenty of beautiful towns/cities to explore and enjoy. Betty's also have the option of Champagne Afternoon Tea, for that added bit of grandeur. So go on, why not spoil your Mum, Sister, Aunt, Grandma or girlfriend, and give them an elegant and sumptuous gift for Christmas.




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  1. Its always so busy at the Bettys in York! Ive never been in but always see the crazy long ques.

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    1. Yeh, luckily if you book you don't have to queue, I would not stand out in the cold for that long haha H xx

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