Enjoy Christmas Afternoon Tea At Yorkshire’s Most Famous Tearoom

Enjoy Christmas Afternoon Tea At Yorkshire’s Most Famous Tearoom

It’s the time of year when the Christmas markets are starting to open and the streets are adorned with twinkling lights. The weather may be getting drearier but we aren’t letting that dampen our spirits. And, there is no better way to celebrate than with iconic Bettys Christmas Afternoon Tea to get you in the festive spirits.

The York Christmas markets opened yesterday and we went down to check it out. There were fantastic huts with independent traders selling their goods – all adorned in fantastic fairy lights and baubles.

Served up in the Imperial Room in Harrogate or the Belmont Room in York, you can enjoy the famous Bettys afternoon tea experience surrounded by history. The Tearoom unveiled its incredible window display earlier this month which looks incredible and usually sets off the festive season.

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Each historic room provides the perfect festive backdrop for an impeccable afternoon tea. Enjoy being serenaded by their pianist whilst tasting a selection of dainty sandwiches, specially selected teas and irresistible miniature cakes and scones The tea and sandwiches will be replenished until you couldn’t eat or drink another thing. Yep, you read that right.

At Bettys Christmas afternoon tea tiers and tiers of delicious festive treats, are all served up on a cake stand just for you. Prices start from around £34.95 per person for the perfect festive excuse to meet up with family and friends for a catch-up whilst tasting some of the best treats you’ll ever try at one of Yorkshire’s greatest institutions.

Whilst you’re at Bettys there are all sorts of treats to buy as gifts or for a cheeky bit of an extra treat for Santa. They have amazing chocolate orange fondants along with their amazing mince pies, gift boxes, bags and hampers, and much, much more. We have got ours booked in already.

Find out more via the Bettys tea room website here.

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