16 Places All Tea Lovers Must Visit Before They Die

Scones on scones on scones.

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3. Tea on the Green, Exeter


Scones on scones on scones. One of many fine tea choices in Devon.

5. Cuthbert's Bakehouse, Liverpool


Piles of scones, of course – but look! A mini hotdog! Open-faced sandwiches! 100% worth a visit.

6. Kitschenbake, Newport-on-Tay, Fife


This seaside bakery and café deserves a mention, purely for its location. You can see dolphins leap while you enjoy your tea and scone.

7. Queen’s Lane Coffee House, Oxford


It might be called a coffee house, but Queen's Lane has been doing tea and cake right since 1654.

9. Jesmond Dene House, Jesmond


Treat yourself to a terribly fancy afternoon tea. Add some fizz too!

12. Machrie Bay Tearoom, Isle of Arran


For those who aren't fans of caffeinated drinks, this lovely island spot does a mean hot chocolate.

14. Pettigrew Tea Rooms, Cardiff


You won't go hungry after indulging at the Pettigrew Tea Rooms.

Fancy a change? You could also try the Barker Tea Rooms in Cardiff.

15. The Moon and Pea, Liverpool


A charming Liverpool local, where the brews are piping hot, and the cake is served in large portions.

16. Marie Antoinette's, Whitby


This pretty patisserie is worth the trip to Whitby alone.