When all of the hives are full and you are a bee in London you can always stay at the 'Bee and Bee Hotel' on the 3rd floor terrace of St Ermin's Hotel next to the line of bee hives also on the terrace. St Ermin's is in close proximity to many large London parks which temp the bees to visit regularly to collect the precious nectar for that sought after sticky and delicious substance that I and others love so much!
St Ermin's Hotel around the corner from St James's Underground station is offering an Afternoon Tea with a sting!
The tables are set with an eclectic mix of patterns that do not go together yet all go together along with very comfortable chairs.
The tables were set in a contemporary mix-match style with a combination of pink and white and blue and white however it all went together and set the tone of the innovative treats to come.
Feeling full but we were still excited when the freshly bakes scones appeared! They were served with little bowls of jam and cream however they were supposed to come with honey too (as this was a Honey Afternoon Tea) but didn't. The staff were friendly but the service was not up to my exacting standards - it is all about the attention to detail in my mind!
It is always good to get another perspective so if you would like to read Nayna's account of our Afternoon Tea with a Bee click here.
You can read more of my Afternoon Tea visits by clicking on the link below:-
I was a guest of St Ermin's Hotel and the Honey Afternoon Tea however I was not required to write a positive review. All opinions and photographs are my own. No photographs may be reproduced in any manner without my written permission.