Best Afternoon Tea In Glasgow

Looking for the Best Afternoon Tea Glasgow can offer? You will be spoilt for choice with so many places for Afternoon Tea Glasgow has endless hotels, restaurants and Cafes all offering an individual, unforgettable experience, and with many of them offering vouchers or deals , there is no excuse for you not to treat yourselves.

23 Afternoon Teas Glasgow Has To Offer

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - The Willow Tea Rooms

The Willow Tea Rooms

Top floor of Watt Brothers, 119-121 Sauchiehall Lane, G2 3EL

A lovely spot for afternoon tea Mackintosh at the Willow is a world class cultural and heritage attraction. Miss Cranston’s original Willow Tea Rooms is recognised internationally for its importance as the only surviving tea room designed in its entirety by Charles Rennie Mackintosh.

Enjoy three-tiers of goodness in the main tea room, or book in advance to take in the beautiful surroundings of the exquisite Salon de Luxe. Gluten free and vegan afternoon tea options are available too.

Open daily 9.00am – 5.00pm.

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - The Corinthian Club

The Corinthian Club Afternoon Tea Glasgow

191 Ingram Street, G1 1DA

This building is steeped in history. Originally a bank and latterly a judiciary court, in 2010 the grade A listed building was transformed into a stylish venue with restaurants, bars and  a casino.

Indulge in a delightful selection of finger sandwiches and sweet treats under the iconic Corinthian domed glass ceiling in the Teller’s Bar and Brasserie area. Enjoy scones with fresh vanilla cream and a fully-stocked bar.

Available 12 noon – 5.30pm

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Champagne Central

Champagne Central Afternoon Tea

Glasgow Central Station, 99 Gordon St, G1 3SF

Step back in time to the golden age of travel, head to the Grand Central Hotel at Glasgow Central Station. Originally built in the late 19th Century as a grand British railway hotel, the hotel has welcomed many a famous guest over the years, including Frank Sinatra.

Enjoy a whiskey-soaked sultana scone or filled macaroons, and round out the meal with either a rose-infused tea or a rose champagne. Champagne Central gives a touch of old-world-glamour.

Served from 12 noon – 4.00pm

 Glasgow Afternoon Tea - The Ivy

The Ivy Glasgow Afternoon Tea

106 Buchanan St, Glasgow G1 2NB

The iconic London chain has a restaurant in the heart of Glasgow city centre.

Situated on Buchanan Street,  the menu includes items such as a truffled chicken brioche roll, warm fruit scones with clotted cream and a whisky crème brûlée doughnut.

See website for opening times

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - House For An Art Lover

House for an Art Lover

10 Dumbreck Rd, Bellahouston, Glasgow G41 5BW

Designed by Charles Rennie Mackintosh and his wife in 1901 and finally realised in 1996, House for An Art Lover has a meticulously designed exterior and interior in Art Nouveau style.

Enjoy viewing the art exhibitions whilst dining on an afternoon tea that includes classics such as macarons and frangipane slices.

Available daily from 12 noon

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Cup Tea Rooms

Cup Tea Rooms

71 Renfield St, G2 1LP and No.4 Virginia Court, G1 1TN

Choose between two venues, the beautifully tiled interior of the B-listed venue on Renfield Street, or the quaint setting of Virginia Court.

With vegetarian, vegan, gluten free and children’s menus available, everyone can enjoy three tiers including finger sandwiches, homemade scones and sweet treats.

They also have a Valentine’s and Mother’s Day tea.

Served 11am-2.00pm

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Sherbrooke Castle Hotel

Sherbrooke Castle Hotel

11 Sherbrooke Ave, Bellahouston, Glasgow G41 4PG

Enjoy a day out in the South of the city, with afternoon tea in the Sherbrooke Castle Hotel.

Designed in 1896, this baronial villa is a lovely spot for afternoon tea if you’re looking for somewhere a little special.

And if you’re looking for something a little lighter, try their cream tea which includes freshly baked scones and a hot drink of your choice.

Available 1-5.00pm

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Hotel Du Vin

Hotel Du Vin

1 Devonshire Gardens, Glasgow G12 0UX

Set in a tree-lined Victorian terrace in the fashionable West neighbourhood, Hotel Du Vin is one of the city’s most famous and opulent hotels.

Enjoy an exquisite afternoon tea and add a glass of fizz, alongside tempting towers of finger sandwiches, clotted cream-topped scones and a selection of handmade gateaux and cakes.

Friday to Sunday 12 noon -2pm.

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Carlton George Hotel

Carlton George Hotel

44 W George St, Glasgow G2 1DH

The Carlton George Hotel offers a lovely afternoon tea which includes a selection of homemade cakes, from choux buns to tiffin squares and strawberry tarts along with a selection of freshly made sandwiches.

Enjoy all of this from the seventh floor with panoramic views of the city centre.

Afternoon Tea is served daily in Windows Restaurant between 12pm and 4pm

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Red Sky Bar

Red Sky Bar at Radisson RED

25 Tunnel St, Glasgow G3 8HL
For an elevated experience, enjoy afternoon tea with a rooftop view and stunning riverside architecture.

The afternoon tea at this very trendy hotel includes a selection of finger sandwiches, crostinis, scones and desserts, with a full vegetarian menu available also.

See website for prices and opening times.

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - The Butterfly & The Pig Tea Rooms

The Butterfly & The Pig Tea Rooms

153 Bath St, G2 4SQ and 1039 Pollokshaws Rd, G41 3YF

Adding a whimsical twist on the traditional teahouse through the use of mismatched crockery and a shabby chic decor.

The afternoon tea itself offers a hearty selection that will fill up even the hungriest diners, starting with canapés and sandwiches before the sweet treats.

See website for prices

Served from 12noon – 5.00pm

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - the Cup and Saucer

The Cup and Saucer

De Courcys Arcade, 5-21 Cresswell Ln, G12 8AA

Set down a cobbled lane The Cup and Saucer offers delicious home baking, fresh ground coffee and quality loose leaf teas.

All served to a rock ‘n’ roll soundtrack of vintage tunes. De Courcys Arcade on Cresswell Lane is a vintage and homewares paradise.

Visit Facebook for opening times and prices.

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Mharsanta


26 Bell St, Glasgow G1 1LG

This restaurant offers traditional and modern Scottish cuisine, with a Bubbles & Bites menu at the weekends. Billed as a twist on afternoon tea, the menu offers a taste of sweet and savoury treats, along with a glass of Prosecco.

Menu favourites include haggis bon bons with whisky cream, wild mushroom on toasted soda bread in a creamy garlic sauce and halloumi & vegetable kebabs.

Visit website for opening times and prices

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Chaophraya


The Townhouse, Nelson Mandela Place, G1 2LL

A contemporary Thai restaurant offering afternoon tea with a Thai twist.

The tiered cake stands include satay red curry chicken tart and spring rolls, as well as a special spice-infused jam for those traditional scones. There is also a vegetarian option.

See website for opening times

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Red Bus Bistro

Red Bus Bistro Glasgow

266 George St, Glasgow G1 1JF

Red Bus Bistro is set aboard a vintage Routemaster bus where you can enjoy a delicious afternoon tea, whilst looking out at the sights of Glasgow and its many attractions.

The converted sightseeing bus provides a delightfully cosy atmosphere for diners. Indulge in a selection of pastries, cakes and warm home-baked scones served with traditional preserves and fresh, locally produced cream.

See website for locations and times.

 Glasgow Afternoon Tea - ABode

ABode Glasgow

129 Bath Street, Glasgow, G2 2SZ

The Brasserie ABode afternoon tea menu features a selection of quintessential items of the great British tradition such as dainty finger sandwiches and sumptuous scones.

If you are feeling extra indulgent then you can upgrade to include a glass of house Champagne.

See website for opening times

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Browns

Browns Brasserie & Bar Glasgow

1 George Square, Glasgow, G2 1DY

Browns Glasgow is located in the iconic 130 year old ex-General Post Office building right in the centre of the city.

The brasserie and bar is stylishly decorated and offers a chilled atmosphere. Their delicious tea includes a selection of mini brioche rolls & crostini, fruit scone with strawberry jam and clotted cream, a range of mini desserts, and a choice of loose leaf teas.

There is an option to add a glass of Champagne or Hendrick’s gin and tonic.

Served daily 2-6.00pm; Saturday 3-5.00pm


Glasgow Afternoon Tea - La Bonne Auberge

La Bonne Auberge- Glasgow

161 West Nile Street, Glasgow , G1 2RL

Afternoon Tea is served in the main restaurant, which offers a warm and sophisticated environment to relax.

Their French Afternoon Tea puts a Parisian spin on the British tradition featuring savouries such as croque monsieur and sweet treats such as lemon macaron. If you are feeling extra indulgent, you can upgrade to include a glass of bubbly.

See website for opening times.

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Mar Hall Golf & Spa Resort

Mar Hall Golf & Spa Resort

Earl of Mar Estate, Mar Hall Avenue, Bishopton, PA7 5NW

Just a stones-throw away from Dumbarton and other lakeside resorts, this stunning location is perfect for afternoon tea.

Inside you’ll see stunning chandeliers, plush carpets and upholstery and a muted colour palette. Feast on three tiers of quintessential finger sandwiches, homemade scones with preserves and a delicious selection of sweet treats.

See website for prices and opening times.

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Angels Hotel

Angels Hotel – Glasgow

114 Main St, Uddingston, Glasgow , G71 7HZ

Enjoy afternoon tea in lavish ambience at the Angels Hotel. You can enjoy British savouries like a warm sage & onion sausage roll, chicken pesto sandwiches and cheese and balsamic pickle on bloomer bread.

These are followed by a range of freshly-baked plain and fruit scones, sweet treats include chocolate orange cheesecake and sticky ginger sponge and a selection of freshly brewed tea and coffee.

Served Monday to Friday 12 noon – 4.00pm.

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Blythswood Square

Blythswood Square

11 Blythswood Square, G2 4AD

Head to the Salon on the first floor for afternoon tea and choose between the standard cream tea, the Duchess of Bedford Afternoon Tea, the Tea Tox Afternoon Tea or the Tasty Scotland Afternoon Tea.

The menu ranges from the scones and clotted cream that we all know and love to more unusual bites like sugar-free carrot cake, chocolate and caramel eclairs and fine Scottish cheeses.

See website for prices

Served at weekends.

Glasgow Afternoon Tea  - Hidden Lane Tearooms

Hidden Lane Tearooms

1103 Argyle St, G3 8ND

This hidden gem is nestled amongst the vibrant and colourful artist studios on Hidden Lane. There is a choice of over 30 loose leaf teas and secret recipe scones served up in a mismatch of vintage crockery and teapots.

Bring your own bottle to enjoy with your towering afternoon tea. The sandwiches and cakes change daily – the perfect excuse for a return visit.

Served Monday-Friday 12 noon – 3.30pm. Saturday and Sunday 12 noon -4.30pm.

Glasgow Afternoon Tea - Cranachan


2nd Floor, Princes Square, 48 Buchanan St, Glasgow G1 3JN

Head for the top floor of Princes Square shopping centre and you’ll find Cranachan, a modern take on Scottish fare serving up a selection of sandwiches.

Like smoked salmon and dill mayo, scones, cakes and mini desserts – and you can add a glass of pink fizz or enjoy a gin teapot cocktail for an extra price.

Served daily from 2pm

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