Saturday, December 16, 2017

Christmas in Edinburgh, Scotland, along the Royal Mile between Edinburgh Castle and Holyrood Palace

With Christmas around the corner, Edinburgh's landmark building at the top of the Royal Mile is Christmas ready. The 12-foot Christmas tree in Cafe Hub provides a cheery holiday atmosphere welcoming visitors to celebrate the holiday season with a festive themed afternoon tea for two, including seasonal favourites like homemade mince pies.

Christmas in Edinburgh, Scotland

Afternoon tea at the Cafe Hub at the top of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh offers the perfect opportunity to relax following a day of Christmas shopping on Edinburgh's Royal Mile as well as after a day of shopping in the Old Town. To accompany the festive treats, guests can choose from a selection of artisan loose teas including earl grey, apple and cinnamon, Scottish rooibos, chocolate chilli explosion or freshly ground coffee. The afternoon tea can also be enjoyed with a glass of prosecco.

Head Chef Denis Zominy of the Cafe Hub at the top of the Royal Mile in Edinburgh said: “Afternoon tea sits between lunch and dinner just like The Hub sits between the castle and Holyrood Palace. When you need a little holiday indulgence at the half-way point we have the place to do it, and now the perfect refreshment as well.”


Vegetarian and gluten-free options are also be available if booked in advance. Also on the festive menu for the holiday season is mulled wine to warm up in this winter weather, coffee and two mince pies, and an apple winter warmer as a non-alcoholic alternative.

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