A holiday is undoubtedly well spent by having an Afternoon Tea in Wales. This extraordinarily beautiful and historic country makes up part of the United Kingdom. It borders England to the east, the Irish Sea to the north and west, and the Bristol Channel to the south.

Wales boasts over 1,680 miles of raw, rugged coastline and is largely mountainous. The capital city is Cardiff, with other popular destinations including Newport, Swansea, Wrexham and Barry. Each location has something unique to offer – including, of course, Tea and scones!

Wales has much more to offer than simply being a prime location for filming Doctor Who episodes. Its history, for example, is breathtakingly fascinating, with people inhabiting the area for some 29,000 years.

The Welsh national identity later emerged among the Britons following the Roman withdrawal from Britain in the 5th century CE. By 1282, the English, under the reign of Edward I, successfully conquered the country.

A brief period of independence occurred during the 15th century, followed by Wales being annexed by England around a hundred years later.

During the Industrial Revolution, Wales was transformed from an agricultural society to a mining powerhouse. Nowadays, however, the country’s economy largely depends on the public sector and tourism.

It is no real surprise, then, that when it comes to Afternoon Tea Wales venues, there are many! Find one that meets your needs here.