Luxurious High Teas in the Blue Mountains
- Mums & Bubs
High teas are a great way of bringing friends and family together for a special—and utterly delicious—treat. The best high teas are ones that serve up drool-worthy food within a relaxed (and child-friendly!) setting, and each of these high teas in the Blue Mountains does just that!
From the big names like the renowned Hydro Majestic to smaller, quaint offerings, this range of Blue Mountains' high teas will have you booking a day trip to the Blue Mountains in no time!
Luxurious High Teas in the Blue Mountains
1. Hydro Majestic High Tea
The beautiful Hydro Majestic Hotel in Medlow Bath is one of Australia's most iconic historical hotels, and they serve one of the most popular Blue Mountains high tea. Thanks to an air of understated elegance, jaw-dropping panoramic views that drink in the stunning Megalong Valley vista and plush, charming furnishings, there really is no better spot for a memorable Blue Mountains high tea.
Served on a three-tiered silver stand in the stunning Wintergarden Restaurant, a Hydro Majestic high tea comes with a selection of finger sandwiches, petit pastries, freshly baked scones with all the trimmings and a whole lot more. Speciality teas and coffees are unlimited, and there's also the option to upgrade to a glass of something sparkling.
Location: 52/88 Great Western Hwy, Medlow Bath
2. Lilianfels High Tea
Quintessentially British and 100 per cent delicious, high tea at the ever-popular Lilianfels Blue Mountains Resort & Spa in Katoomba is the perfect treat for all ages.
The Victorian decor, gorgeous fireplaces and beautiful courtyard views create the perfect setting to enjoy a delicious range of high tea delicacies.
The children's option includes a selection of sandwiches, pikelets, fairy bread and treats, all washed down with hot chocolate, juice or tea. For the adults, there's the chance to upgrade from tea and coffee to accompany your feast, to a glass of sparkling wine or a flute of French champagne. Cheers!
Location: 5/19 Lilianfels Ave, Katoomba
3. Fairmont Resort & Spa High Tea
Their indulgent offering is one of the best high teas in the Blue Mountains, served with decadent sandwiches, sweet treats and homemade scones.
The kids' high tea includes a selection of finger sandwiches, mini pancakes, pastries and sweets, with resort icon Dani the Duck.
Location: 1 Sublime Point Rd, Leura
4. Bygone Beauty's High Tea
High teas in the Blue Mountains don't come much more traditional than those served at Bygone Beauty's Treasure Teapot.
A stalwart of the high tea scene, the range of delicious treats is served by a top-hatted waiter in tails, with all the grace of silver service. Guests will enjoy finely rolled crustless sandwiches, an assortment of homemade tea cakes and biscuits, topped off with homemade baby scones with freshly whipped cream and strawberry jam and accompanied by your choice of house tea or coffee.
For a 'supreme' experience, the Traditional High Tea Supreme comes with bubbly in crystal flutes upon arrival with mini quiches, sausage rolls and vegetarian roulades, in addition to the above. Yum!
Oh, and FYI, Bygone Beauty's offer a BYO champagne option for just $3.30 corkage per person—which makes for an ultra-decadent experience!
Location: Cnr Grose & Megalong Streets, Leura
5. AVALON Katoomba
Offering stunning views over Leura and Jamison Valley, AVALON is the spot to savour the scenery and decadent high tea dining.
Set in the dress circle of the historic Savoy Theatre in Katoomba, the AVALON Restaurant and Cocktail Bar know a thing or two about wowing their patron's palates with decadent sweet and savoury treats. Their popular high tea is served every weekend from noon onwards from their charming art-deco dining room. You can enjoy an assortment of mouthwatering bites, including their famous fluffy lemonade scones - yum!
Location: 18 Katoomba St, Katoomba
6. Victoria Tea Rooms
Previously named the Bay Tree Tea Shop, Victoria Tea Rooms in Mount Victoria is owned by Mark and Jacqueline Cairney who are passionate about supplying the best and freshest homemade scones in the whole of the Blue Mountains and you know what, they might just be succeeding.
High tea lovers come from far and wide to tuck into soft buttery scones (made fresh every 40 minutes!) at the Victoria Tea Rooms' daily high tea service. Jaqueline is a member of the Country Women's Association (Blackheath), so she certainly knows a thing or two about traditional high teas!
Location: 26 Station St, Mount Victoria
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