Posh Afternoon tea in London but not too posh for kids

(17 Posts)
reup Sat 05-Oct-13 22:00:02

There is now too much choice! I want to go to them all!

SockywockyWOOOOOdah Sat 05-Oct-13 20:54:40

Watching with interest.

Chubfuddler Sat 05-Oct-13 20:39:56

I was also going to say the Wolsley

eatyourveg Sat 05-Oct-13 20:39:05

Is Fortnum & Masons not posh enough?

Sam100 Sat 05-Oct-13 20:27:22

The intercontinental at Hyde park was very welcoming to a group of kids that I saw there. Got them hot chocolate etc as they wished.

reup Sat 05-Oct-13 20:24:06

Thanks. I'll have a look at the charlie one sounds interesting.

I was also recommended the hotel at cliveden and we are national trust members so could go for a walk too or a boat trip.

AphraBehn Wed 11-Sep-13 18:27:26

One Aldwych do a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory themed afternoon tea. I'm not sure how much it is though.

ParksnPicnics Tue 10-Sep-13 16:27:32

Watching with interest as I'm looking for a nice afternoon tea as a treat for our anniversary - but we might have to take our daughter so needs to be child friendly too! Have you been to one yet reup?

reup Wed 28-Aug-13 19:06:26

Thanks, they all look so nice I dont know which one to choose!

seatfor5 Tue 27-Aug-13 20:29:35
seatfor5 Tue 27-Aug-13 20:20:55

We have had Afternoon Tea at The Athenaeum it is voted the best place in London here and whilst we were there there was a family of about 20 celebrating with at least 3 kids with them smile

reup Sun 25-Aug-13 18:54:22

Thanks for those I saw the mad hatter thing but I looked at the menu and there enough things my fussy younger one wouldn't like even though most kids would. Haven't heard of the other one so will look it up.

Thanks

trackydacks Sun 25-Aug-13 18:22:49

The Milestone Hotel in Kensington do a lovely afternoon tea and their service is excellent. They were fab when I took a group of friends and I'm sure they would be good for children too.

PseudoBadger Sun 25-Aug-13 18:18:44

My friends have just done the Mad Hatter's Tea Party looks fun but I can't comment on child friendliness of the venue I'm afraid.

reup Sun 25-Aug-13 18:15:27

Thanks. I hadn't heard of that so will check it out.

glorious Sun 25-Aug-13 16:29:26

How about The Wolseley? They're fairly child friendly for a relatively smart place. www.thewolseley.com/afternoon-tea

reup Sun 25-Aug-13 14:02:12

I'll be taking my 7 & 10 year old who are well behaved but I don't want to feel on edge all the time. Any ideas?

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