There’s plenty of places in South Tyneside and the surrounding area offering afternoon tea on Mothering Sunday, March 22, and we’ve rounded up some of the best. Make sure to book ahead as most places require reservations.
With its great decor and good portions, The Clifton is a popular spot in Shields for afternoon tea. Mother's Day afternoon teas are running throughout the weekend priced £12.95.
This charming coffee shop is offering afternoon teas on Mothers Day weekend. You can choose a traditional offering or gluten-free, vegetarian and vegan on request. Standard Afternoon tea is £12.50 or with Prosecco £16.50.
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The recently refurbished Sea Hotel offers afternoon teas throughout the year. A standard afternoon tea is £15 or add two glasses of Prosecco for £8.
If you feel like splashing out head to Jesmond Dene House in Newcastle who offer one of the best afternoon teas in the North East. Afternoon tea is £29.50 or you can reserve a special Mother's Day version for £42 which includes a gift for mum.
Served on slate instead of the traditional tiers, this pretty bistro offers afternoon tea with pink Champagne, priced £24.95 for two.
This family-run cafe offers afternoon tea throughout the year, priced £12. They also offer gluten-free and vegan teas.
Little Haven Hotel offers one of the more reasonably priced afternoon teas at £9.95 for one or £18.50 for two. You can upgrade it to include a glass of prosecco or a pint of traditional ale, which makes it £13.95 for one and £25.75 for two.
As an extra treat, Cafe at the House is giving away small rose posies to mams on Mothers Day weekends. Its afternoon teas include a glass of Champagne or Prosecco and unlimited tea and coffee for £18.
Ideal if you're dining out as family, Clarion Hotel is offering afternoon tea at £17.95 per adult and £10.95 per child.