Fancy a spooktacular time in the capital? These wickedly delightful Halloween afternoon tea experiences in London are no trick, all treat.
Simply gather your coven, and get booking for a frightfully good time!
High Tea for Two at Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium
If you’re looking to do something completely different this Halloween, why not treat the feline lover in your life to a high tea at London’s famous Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium?
Enjoy three tiers of cakes, savoury bakes and scones while surrounded by up to 17 feline friends.
Plus, if you’d rather go at another point in the year instead, you can with the 9 month validity guarantee.
High Tea at Lady Dinah’s Cat Emporium, £60 for two. Book at Virgin Experience Days.
London Hilton Halloween Afternoon Tea
This autumn, the London Hilton on Park Lane has a wickedly delicious Halloween afternoon tea in store for their visitors to the iconic Mayfair Hotel.
Served in the stylish Podium Restaurant and Bar and available from 21 to 31 October, guests will experience a delicious selection of freshly prepared handcrafted cakes and tarts, sandwiches and scones.
Not to mention spooky treats including blood orange and strawberry parfait topped with a chocolate ‘spider web’; a passion fruit and chocolate ‘coffin’; and an orange marmalade and chocolate macaron resembling a pumpkin.
London Hilton on Park Lane’s haunting afternoon tea is priced at £39 per person; or £49 pp with a glass of Pommery Champagne and can be booked via Podium Restaurant.
London Afternoon Tea Potion Room
For a Halloween afternoon tea experience with a difference why not team it with a potions class?
The Cutter & Squidge Secret School of Wizarding Alchemy is hosting an immersive 2 hour long afternoon tea experience where delicious food and magical potions combine in a wonderful and exclusive world of fantasy.
There’s even a VIP Potions class available for both kids and adults featuring goodie bag to take away.
Prices start from £49.50 for adults, £39.50 for kids and can be booked via the Cutter & Squidge website.
B bakery Bus Afternoon Tea
Fancy hopping aboard a bus to enjoy your Halloween afternoon tea? Brigit’s Bakery has partnered with Jimini’s, to offer a truly creepy crawly experience!
The Halloween Afternoon Tea menu includes seasonal treats from Brigit’s Bakery, such as pumpkin tartlets, finger sandwiches, mini cupcakes, sweet pastries and a freshly baked scone with jam and clotted cream while sightseeing the architectural icons of London.
You even have the option of trying out some of Jimini’s edible insects if you’re feeling particularly brave!
Tours run for a limited period – 31 October to 2 November 2019 – lasting approximately 90 minutes and can be booked via the B Bakery website.
Warner. Bros Harry Potter Studio Tour with Afternoon Tea
Make your Halloween extra magical by visiting the Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio Tour complete with the sets, costumes, and characters designs from the legendary movies.
As part of your day, you’ll also enjoy a delicious afternoon tea at Mercure Hunton Park. In this charming period house you’ll tuck into a selection of finger sandwiches, mini fruit tartlets and scones with clotted cream and jam.
Wash down the deliciousness with your choice of tea, the perfect accompaniment to a truly unforgettable day full of magic!
The Warner Bros. Harry Potter Studio Tour with Afternoon Tea is available to book at Virgin Experiences for £129.
Cinderella afternoon tea
If you fancy a fairy tale themed afternoon tea then why not do it in style? This magical Cinderella themed afternoon tea lets you dine in a carriage and you can even hire a real life princess to join you via a party company.
The vintage carriages are currently located at three branches in London: at House of Fraser Oxford Street, House of Fraser Victoria Street and 5th floor, House of Fraser, Guildford.
For full information on booking The Cinderella Afternoon Tea Experience visit the Tea Terrace website.