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The Tea Guild is a prestigious and unique organisation that represents and encourages those outlets who are dedicated to both brewing and serving tea to the high standards desired by the United Kingdom Tea Council. Visit our Tea Guild Members Directory to read about our current Tea Guild Members, further information about How To Become A Member of The Tea Guild and its Membership Benefits.
The United Kingdom Tea Council founded The Tea Guild in 1985, after we commissioned an independent survey which discovered that, out of the thousands of outlets serving tea, very few were, in fact, achieving these high standards. The Tea Guild was thus created to recognise and promote thoseestablishments, both large and small, in city, town or village, who were doing so and thereby increase thebusiness of its members through the implementation of a public relations programme and affiliation to the United Kingdom Tea Council and its high profile, wide resources and reputation.
The Chesterfield Mayfair, London, London, W1J 5EB
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The English Tea Room at Brown's Hotel , London, , W1S 4BP
Brown's Hotel was created in 1837 by Lord Byron's butler and his wife, Lady Byron's maid, out of four adjacent Georgian houses. Keep reading →
The Angel Hotel , Monmouthshire, Monmouthshire, NP7 5EN
The Angel Hotel was once a great coaching inn on the London to Fishguard road and is today a friendly, elegant, Georgian town house hotel. Keep reading →
Have you ever wondered what it is like running a tea room? Catherine Whyte goes behind the scenes to find out more. Posted: 17th September 2013 Read more →
As the standards that Tea Guild members offer their customers continue to rise ever higher it was decided a few years ago to recognise those members who achieved almost top marks in each of the 16... Posted: 8th April 2013 Read more →