You’ve arrived in Lancaster, the county town of Lancashire, England. The area is situated on the River Lune, long known for being a commercial, cultural and educational centre. What’s more, it has garnered an excellent reputation when it comes to having an Afternoon Tea in Lancaster.

Why not find out for yourself today? After all, there is never a bad time to indulge in an assortment of sandwiches, scrumptious scones and heavenly cake. Just don’t forget the brew!

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.

Lancaster gives the county of Lancashire its name, while also boasting its own extraordinary history. Indeed, it has existed for many hundreds of years, dominated by age-old structures such as Lancaster Castle, Lancaster Priory Church and the Ashton Memorial.

The earliest record of the settlement is in the Domesday Book of 1086. By 1193, it had become a borough – and in that same year, it also received its first charter.

Lancaster wasn’t given city status until 1937. However, it has since made the most of its newly adopted title and developed into a thriving metropolis known and loved by many. Among its finer qualities, it now boasts several outstanding Afternoon Tea Lancaster establishments.