Welcome to Hammersmith, a popular part of West London well suited to fun days out. The area is four miles away from Charing Cross, situated within the London Borough of Hammersmith and Fulham.

It borders Shepherd’s Bush to the north, Kensington to the east, Chiswick to the west, and Fulham to the south. While visiting, be sure to stop at an Afternoon Tea Hammersmith establishment for a cuppa with cake. There are plenty of such places to choose from.

Sorry, we do not currently have any places for afternoon tea in this region. If you would like to submit your business to be listed in this area please Fill out our listing form here.

The name “Hammersmith”, first recorded in 1294, originally meant “the place with a hammer smithy or forge”. For centuries the area was part of the county of Middlesex.

In 1827, the Hammersmith Bridge became the first suspension bridge crossing the River Thames. Today, it has since become a great place to have an Afternoon Tea in Hammersmith.