Tea and afternoon tea have played important roles in our culture over the years and still do today. To help you discover how we celebrate these great British traditions you can do no better than get hold of a copy of the new guide to Britain’s many tea shops and tea rooms, AA Britain’s Best Afternoon Tea. The guide features a wide range of inspected establishments from the best local tea shops to grand hotels throughout England, Scotland, Wales, Ireland and the Channel Islands. Most of the places featured are members of the Tea Guild (www.tea.co.uk/index.php?pgId=29), which is part of the Tea Council (www.tea.co.uk/index.php?pgId=24). The guide is packed with useful information including whether or not you can eat outside, whether there is a pianist, if they serve their own blend of tea, if dogs and children are welcome, and whether smoking is permitted. Naturally, this useful guide also features details on the variety of teas and food available. It will provide you with a perfect handbook to discovering the very best venues, with an emphasis on quality.
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