Welcome to Paisley, known to many as “Scotland’s largest town”. This beautiful, bustling area finds itself in the west central Lowlands of the country, on the northern edge of the Gleniffer Braes. It borders the city of Glasgow to the east, and straddles the banks of the White Cart Water, a tributary of the River Clyde.

Having an Afternoon Tea in Paisley is an excellent choice – as, hopefully, you’re about to find out! Whenever you’re in the county of Renfrewshire, be sure to stop here for a nice spot of lunch!

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 history of Paisley dates back several centuries. It rose to prominence during the 12th century following the establishment of Paisley Abbey, an important religious hub which formerly had control over other local churches.

By the 1800s, it had developed into a hub for the weaving industry, giving rise to the popular Paisley shawl and Paisley Pattern. The town went on to play a significant role in the Radical Wars of the 1820s, with striking weavers being instrumental in the protests.

By 1993, all of Paisley’s mills had closed. However, the town has since taken on a new, thriving enterprise: several Afternoon Tea Paisley establishments! If this is to your taste, you’ve chosen exceptionally well. Why not treat yourself today? You won’t regret it!