Celebrating Afternoon Tea Week with Red Letter Days

August 14, 2018



*Runs in* It’s afternoon tea week everyone! This has got to be one of our favourite themed weeks of the year because, well, two words. Tea and cake. In the same sentence! You can never go wrong with afternoon tea. Ever. This week we are celebrating #AfternoonTeaWeek with Red Letter Days. #Excited


Afternoon Tea Week with Red Letter Days



What is Red Letter Days?

Red Letter Days is a brilliant site where you can find a huge selection of gift experiences for every occasion and budget. From indulgent food lover treats to high adrenaline rushes, it’s all there, neatly packaged in their iconic pillar-box red gift boxes. With so many exciting experiences to choose from, Red Letter Days is one of our go to places for gift buying. We love how the website is full of ideas. So, if you happened to be looking for afternoon tea experiences, at just a touch of a button you can narrow down your search by location, price and even bubbles. Simple.



Afternoon Tea Week with Red Letter Days




Celebrating Afternoon Tea Week with Red Letter Days

Red Letter Days invited us out for afternoon tea, hurrah! So I’ve spent a good deal of time digging about their website to find out what’s on offer where we live in London. Here are some of my favourite finds.


1.  Luxury Champagne French Afternoon Tea for Two at Cake Boy

2. Champagne Afternoon Tea for Two at The Balcon, Sofitel London St. James

3. Afternoon Tea for Two at Number Twelve Restaurant

4. Dirty Birds and Doughnuts Afternoon Tea for Two in Soho

5. Afternoon Tea with a View for Two at H10 Waterloo Sky Bar




What about Afternoon Tea for children?

The thing with afternoon tea is that it’s very much geared up to accommodate the grown ups. Now I’m not saying that’s a bad thing. But it did mean I had to work extra hard to find something that would accommodate all 3 of us.



Afternoon Tea Week with Red Letter Days



Red Letter Days definitely came up tops though with an extra special treat that the whole family can enjoy over at The Rubens in Westminster, London. It’s unusual to find something that not only accommodates kids, but actually makes a big fuss of them too.




Family Royal Afternoon Tea at The Rubens with Red Letter Days

This afternoon tea is a bit of a special one. It’s designed for a family of 2 adults and 2 under 12 year olds. The location, which overlooks the Royal Mews of Buckingham Palace is stunning. Making the perfect place to host a royal afternoon tea inspired by Her Majesty the Queen’s, the House of Stuart, Prince William and Prince Harry.


We can’t wait to try the Family Royal afternoon tea at The Rubens in London. I’ll be back to share all the the tasty details soon.



Have you tried anything like Red Letter Days before? What did you think?




10 responses to “Celebrating Afternoon Tea Week with Red Letter Days”

  1. Oo I love afternoon tea so much, but never thought of taking my daughters for one too. That’s such a nice idea 🙂

  2. Can’t wait to hear how you get on! I love a good afternoon tea, it’s always such a treat – the scones are my favourite 🙂 I’d love to know how they’ve geared it up for children, as I don’t go anywhere near as often as I’d like these days. To be able to take the children would make it so much easier!

  3. Heather Keet says:

    This looks like such a delicious treat!

  4. I love Afternoon Tea. I wish there was somewhere that did it near us. I’m trying to find out if I can do a child-friendly one when I return to the UK in October.

  5. rachel says:

    Oh i love afternoon tea! I do prefer it without my kiddies though lol! I can eat the cakes slowly and not scoff them before my kids eat mind too! We have used red letter days a few years as a gift for a hotel and theatre package. It was so good.

  6. Kirsty says:

    Those little cakes look so cute. I love an afternoon tea and so do my little ladies. I haven’t tried red letter days before but I may have to for some up coming birthdays.

  7. Nafisah NK says:

    Awww this so beautiful, Red letter days sounds like an awesome site, I look forward to checking it out xx

  8. Melanie says:

    Ooo I do love a good Afternoon Tea. Bring on the scones, jam and clotted cream x

  9. Jenni says:

    I love going for afternoon tea! My favourite is at the Scottish National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh – you get free art to view as well as your tea!

  10. We love afternoon tea. We took my Mum for one last year for her birthday and the kids one was great! 😀

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