You’ve arrived in Livingston, the largest town in West Lothian, Scotland, and the second-largest settlement in the region after Edinburgh. It finds itself approximately 15 miles west of the capital, as well as being 30 miles east of Glasgow.

Also relatively nearby are the towns of Broxburn and Bathgate. However, you don’t have to venture that far for an Afternoon Tea in Livingston. Below, you will find a list of some of the best places to visit. Whichever one you decide upon, you’ve undoubtedly chosen well.

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Unlike the history of most settlements in Scotland (and, indeed, the UK), Livingston only dates back a few decades. It was only in 1962 that Livingston became the fourth post-war new town to be built in the country.

The reason for its development was to ease overcrowding in Glasgow – similar to the other settlements of East Kilbride, Glenrothes, Cumbernauld and Irvine.

Today, it boasts several outstanding Afternoon Tea Livingston establishments, all of which are well worth visiting. So what are you waiting for? Treat yourself and indulge – you’ve earned it!