While there’s still some late summer sun to be enjoyed, why not treat yourself to a quintessentially British afternoon tea in the courtyard of Mews of Mayfair?

This unusual fine dining restaurant is located in a converted mews house that dates back to the 18th century, with links to Savile Row’s famous tailoring industry. Furnished with Queen Anne chairs, rustic leather sofas and a striking 18th century chandelier, the restaurant’s décor perfectly captures the historic character of London’s mews properties.

When you order afternoon tea it arrives as a traditional 3-tiered selection, piled high with delicious finger sandwiches, scones and jam and assorted pastries. The beverage menu offers exotic brews from around the world in addition to the usual English breakfast tea. If you are feeling particularly decadent you can order a champagne tea (to include a flute of Veuve Clicquot) for £45 per person.

Taking afternoon tea or dining at Mews of Mayfair is a great way to appreciate the finer qualities of mews living. If you’d like to take tea in your very own mews property, call us at Lurot Brand today and arrange to view some of our historic mews properties, available to rent or buy.