Traditional Afternoon Tea at Hotel Meyrick
Hotel Meyrick has long been recognised as the home of the perfect ‘Afternoon Tea” in Galway city.
Treat yourself to the ultimate indulgence and a little time out from the real world. Sink into one of the parlour lounge’s relaxing chairs and enjoy Hotel Meyrick’s Afternoon tea, served daily from 1- 6pm. Savour hand-cut sandwiches, and homemade fruit scones with cream & preserves. Delight in the delicious pastry creations made by the Head Pastry Chef and his team; including Lemon & Vanilla Petite Gateux, Chocolate, Orange & Hazelnut Entremet, Traditional Carrot Cake, Sable Breton with Vanilla Mousse & seasonal berries and Bakewell tart; all accompanied with freshly brewed tea or coffee from only €22 per person
What better way to spend an afternoon catching up with friends, spoiling your Mum, celebrating a recent engagement or baby shower; or sharing some quality time with your other half. Make a day of it and add a glass of Prosecco or if necessary warm yourself up with a Baileys or Royale coffee
The Hotels Resident Pianist- Alison, will sooth away your afternoon each Friday, Saturday & Sunday.
Don’t miss out, uncover an afternoon of complete enjoyment in the heart of Galway city. Pre-booking is essential.
Why not make it an extra special occasion and order the Sparkling Afternoon Tea option at €29.00 per person
To reserve your Traditional Afternoon Tea at Hotel Meyrick please email email@example.com or call +353 91 564041.
The Parlour lounge features live piano music Friday to Sunday from 3.00pm
On the dates that Wedding Receptions are hosted in the Hotel please note that our Afternoon Tea is served in the Gaslight.
Complimentary wi-fi is available for all guests.
Hotel Meyrick, Galway’s most luxurious 4 star city centre hotel, is renowned for its Afternoon Tea service
During your visit, make sure you take time to enjoy the original features of our historic hotel including the fine marble fireplace, which incorporates a pair of bronze discs, emblazoned with the Midland and Great Western Railway Arms. They are dated 1845 which is when the building of the Railway Hotel commenced. The hotel opened in August 1852 and proudly celebrates over 163 years of warm Irish hospitality. What better way to spend an afternoon catching up with friends, spoiling your Mum, celebrating a recent engagement or baby shower; or sharing some quality time with your other half.
"There are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea," Henry James
Came here for afternoon tea with 15 ladies. It was absolutely amazing, the hotel is gorgeous aswell. There was more than enough food, tea and coffee for everybody.from the sandwiches to the scones and then the desserts it was just fab!! Would go there every weekend if I could...
lauraconoffaly - Birr, Ireland - Reviewed 24 October 2017
"Delightful Afternoon Tea"
Taking the time to experience an afternoon tea while visiting Ireland was a special addition to our 9 days in Ireland. Stephen, our attentive server, was helpful in suggesting we allow the chef to decide our sandwich choices once we excluded 2 of the many. The tea was hot and the pot refreshed in a timely way. Brown bread with cream cheese and salmon was a yummy start and the scones light and hot. The raspberry tarts were our favorite of the desserts and that was unusual for one of our party who usually dislikes anything raspberry.