Afternoon tea has been a popular British tradition since the early nineteenth century. My love for afternoon teas may come as no surprise on the blog as I have indulged in unique afternoon teas on a route master in London, blogger afternoon teas at Lancaster Hotel to Newcastle afternoon tea on the Six. So when friends booked a weekend in Liverpool, of course, a girls afternoon tea in Liverpool was going to be on the cards in the city that gave birth to the mother of all boy bands. Of course, I am talking about The Beatles! If you are a fan of the Beatles then my next post is right up your alley as its all about London’s best Beatles tours, some of which include a day trip from London to Liverpool for the Beatles Tours.
Our weekend saw us reunite for a weekend in Liverpool starting with an afternoon tea before taking to explore a little bit of the city of foot. This was actually the first time I had explored more of the city since I finished a project months before this weekend trip. I used to travel by train from London to Liverpool on Monday mornings and work in Port Sunlight before taking the local train into the city for a stay at one of my favourite Group hotels that is Marriot. Marriot Hotel Liverpool sits right in the heart of the city centre and a short walk from the train station as well as many of Liverpool’s city attractions.
Afternoon Tea In Liverpool
Magnificent views of Liverpool’s dazzling skyline at one of the city’s highest restaurants, this was where we had our afternoon tea experience, at Panorama 34, on the 34th floor of West Tower. Complete with amazing views of the River Mersey, the afternoon tea at Panorama 34 are presented in the form of three-tiered afternoon tea, served with handmade sandwiches, scones, macaroons, biscuits, cakes, a glass of sparkling wine and a choice of tea or coffee. Sipping on some bubbly of the finest of English teas as if in slow motion the hustle and bustle of the city continue on below. Panoramic 34 afternoon teas start from £20 to £31.50. If you are heading to Liverpool then experiencing the many unique afternoon tea in Liverpool are a must. From those at West Tower to those on boats cruising the canals.
Tours In Liverpool
Where To Stay In Liverpool
Many of my stays in Liverpool were at the Marriott Hotel but there are so many hotels in Liverpool on offer in the city covering a varied budget. If you are heading to Liverpool as a group I would highly recommend checking out some of the student halls that are usually available for rent during the holidays as this means you can have separate rooms but share living area and kitchen with your group. This was the option we went for during this trip. In much the same way I recommended some of the affordable stays in London in my post on how to visit London on a budget.
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