The Duchess of Bedford was onto something when she discovered a wee sandwich and a slice of cake mid afternoon was just the ticket to tide you over until dinner time.
Delicious sandwiches, savouries, homemade treats and fluffy scones all washed down with lashings of loose leaf tea or freshly brewed coffee....what more could you ask for?
Perthshire is full of gorgeous afternoon teas to choose from; enjoy yours in sumptuous surroundings with stunning views, tuck in while nestled in the comfort of a local cafe or sit back and enjoy it al fresco.
Fonab Castle Hotel & Spa | Parklands Boutique Hotel | Willows Cafe & Restaurant | The Bothy | Sub Rosa | The Rose House | Glendoick Garden Centre | Crieff Hydro | Heaven Scent | Loch Leven's Larder | The Green Hotel | The Gleneagles Hotel | Dunkeld House Hotel | Atholl Palace
For a traditionally Scottish afternoon tea, head to The Green Hotel in Kinross.
Willows are launching something which has long been anticipated (and requested!); Afternoon Tea.
The Bothy in Perth recently launched their afternoon tea, and it's already been met with great success!
Adults can tuck into a sumptuous traditional afternoon tea, while kids will love the specially designed Willy Wonkas version!
The Gleneagles Hotel provides Afternoon Tea in their stunning Glendevon Room.
A delicious sandwich selection, Bean Shop coffee, miniature cakes and perfectly risen scones, served outside or in.
The recent expansion means this award winning florist now offers on of the best afternoon teas in town!
Enjoy a delicious Afternoon Tea at the stunning Dunkeld House Hotel.
Experience a truly Victorian afternoon tea in the Winter Garden at Crieff Hydro.
Homemade mini brioche rolls, scones and a selection of homemade tartlets, cakes & petit fours awaits you.
New for 2017! Strawberry afternoon tea for two.
The ultimate destination for decadence with a fresh modern twist surrounded by breath taking scenery.
Enjoy a delicious Afternoon Tea at an award-winning family-run farm, restaurant, deli and gift shop.
The Atholl Palace opened in 1878 and still serves one of the best afternoon teas in Perthshire.