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Waterford Afternoon Tea

Sit back, relax and enjoy afternoon tea as it should be! No rush and no multitasking required! Your biggest task is deciding which scrumptious treats to eat first!

Take a seat and enjoy the centuries-old tradition of delicious afternoon tea in the chic setting of the boutique 4* Fitzwilton Hotel in heart of Waterford City.

If you enjoy a cup of tea and a chat with friends, family or someone new, then look no further. Enjoy some quality time spent together, lingering over a scrumptuous selection of sandwiches, savory delicacies and sweet treats, accompanied by a delicious pot of piping hot tea or coffee prepared just for you!

Our dainty cake stands filled with treats which may include apple & custard tarts, strawberry meuille fueille, mini fruit scones, chocolate chip cookies and a mouth-watering selection of mini savoury sandwiches set the scene for a truly relaxing afternoon.

The Fitzwilton Afternoon Tea costs € 20 per person (Pre-booking essential) Gluten Free Afternoon Tea is also available on request but must be advised at time of booking.

Enhance your Afternoon Tea experience with a Snipe of Prosecco for an extra Special Treat.

Bubbly Afternoon Tea costs €27 per person and is particularly popular for Birthday Celebrations and with Girlie Weekends or Bridal Parties.

Available from 12 noon 7 days a week, advance booking of one week required for groups of 8+ and two hours required for up to 6 people.

We do have some Afternoon Tea Terms and Conditions which we would appreciate you bearing in mind.

Please note the treats served are subject to change.

We will be adhering to social distancing guidelines while you dine. Indoor dining is currently available to fully vaccinated adults only; children under 18yrs don't need to be vaccinated to attend indoor dining. Proof of vaccination and photo ID will be required on arrival for all adult guests.

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For enquiries please call us on 051-846900 or email

"Under certain circumstances there are few hours in life more agreeable than the hour dedicated to the ceremony known as afternoon tea."

Henry James

"Christopher Robin was home by this time, because it was the afternoon, and he was so glad to see them that they stayed there until very nearly tea-time, and then they had a Very Nearly tea, which is one you forget about afterwards, and hurried on to Pooh Corner, so as to see Eeyore before it was too late to have a Proper Tea with Owl."

A.A. Milne