7 delightful places to go for Prosecco afternoon tea in Nottingham

Finger sandwiches, cakes and scones are all on the menu at these Nottingham hotels and tearooms
These are the best places for afternoon tea in Nottingham These are the best places for afternoon tea in Nottingham
These are the best places for afternoon tea in Nottingham

Welcome to our guide to the best afternoon teas in Nottingham, where indulgence meets tradition in this charming city's vibrant culinary scene.

Nottingham offers a plethora of delightful venues to experience the quintessentially British tradition of afternoon tea.

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Whether you're seeking a luxurious affair fit for a special celebration or a cosy spot for a relaxed outing with friends, Nottingham has something to satisfy every palate and budget.

Our guide includes a selection of venues ranging from upscale hotels to quaint tea rooms, each offering its own unique twist on this beloved tradition.

Whether you're craving delicate finger sandwiches and freshly baked scones or decadent cakes and pastries, Nottingham's afternoon tea scene promises to enchant and delight every visitor.

Best places for afternoon tea in Nottingham

1. Hart's Hotel and Kitchen

Best for: Classy yet casual

This upscale hotel offers a luxurious afternoon tea experience with a selection of finger sandwiches, homemade scones, cakes, and pastries. Perfect for a special occasion.

Price: £23.95 or £33.95 (with Prosecco)

2. No.6 at St. James Hotel

Best for: Bougie on a budget

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Another elegant option, St. James Hotel serves traditional afternoon tea with a modern twist. The ambiance is sophisticated, making it suitable for special celebrations.

Price: £16.95 (Prosecco for a £6 supplement)

3. Pudding Pantry

Best for: Elite sweet treats

A more relaxed and budget-friendly option, Pudding Pantry offers a delightful afternoon tea experience with a selection of cakes, pastries, and sandwiches.

The cosy atmosphere makes it ideal for a casual outing with friends or family.

Price: £24.95 or £29.95 for High Tea with Prosecco.

There is also a bottomless option for £39.95.

4. Debbie Bryan

Best for: Cake and crafts

Known for its charming tea room and artisanal crafts, Debbie Bryan offers a unique afternoon tea experience.

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Enjoy a selection of homemade treats in a creative and artistic setting.

Price: £23 or £28 including a gin cocktail.

5. Brown's Brasserie & Bar

Best for: A special treat

Located in the heart of the city, Brown's offers a sophisticated afternoon tea experience with a selection of sandwiches, scones, and sweet treats.

It's a great choice for a leisurely afternoon in a stylish setting.

Price: £23 or £33 including a cocktail or glass of bubbly

6. The Lace Market Hotel

Best for: Comfortable and traditional

For a luxurious yet relaxed afternoon tea experience, head to The Lace Market Hotel. Indulge in a selection of sweet and savoury delights in a stylish setting without breaking the bank.

Price: £23 or £26 with a glass of fizz

7. White Rabbit Teahouse

Best for: Cute vintage vibes

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Tucked away in the Hockley area, White Rabbit Teahouse offers a cosy and eclectic atmosphere perfect for enjoying afternoon tea.

Their menu features a variety of homemade treats at affordable prices. It also offers a cool brunch option too.

Price: £22.50 per person