There is only one thing better than spoiling yourself with afternoon tea and that is spoiling yourself with afternoon tea in a castle.
Pour yourself today’s Big Deal and enjoy a rather decadent afternoon tea in the baronial setting of Sherbrooke Castle Hotel in Glasgow’s leafy Pollokshields.
There is also the option to book in for a Sunday night dinner and breakfast stay at this four star, Thomson & Sandilands-designed hotel.
Available seven days from 1pm-5pm, option one is for two people to enjoy a tremendous afternoon tea plus a glass of Prosecco each.
Perfect as a treat for a friend or family member, afternoon tea at The Sherbrooke means freshly cut sandwiches; scones with clotted cream and preserves plus a selection of delicious cakes to nibble on. Leaf teas and speciality coffees round off the experience.
Sunday night stay
Option two is for two people to enjoy a Sunday night stay in an Executive room at The Sherbrooke Castle Hotel. As well as a full cooked breakfast, a fantastic two course dinner is included in the offer.
All rooms are ensuite and contain a flat screen television, direct dial telephone, hospitality tray, toiletries, hairdryer and free WiFi internet.
The kitchen team at The Sherbrooke sources the highest quality local produce to create a truly special dining experience with a contemporary twist.
The Sherbrooke Castle Hotel is only ten minutes from the city centre and fifteen minutes from Glasgow International Airport.
The world famous Burrell Collection is nearby while the Scottish Exhibition & Conference Centre and The Hydro are only fifteen minutes away.
There is free, private parking at the hotel while the nearby Dumbreck rail station offers easy access to central Glasgow.
The Sherbrooke Castle Hotel scores highly on TripAdvisor. This is what a recent guest thought:
‘Excellent place to stay. The staff are friendly and the rooms are big. We had a twin then upgraded to a suite – we didn’t even have to ask for a upgrade. The restaurant meals were just as good as a 5 star restaurant with their plating. It’s just down the road from the airport and a 10 min train trip to the centre of Glasgow. So I would come back and stay here for sure. Highly recommend.’