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Glasgow’s celebrated artist, architect and designer Charles Rennie Mackintosh created the fabulous interiors for these must-visit tea rooms at the behest of their original owner/patron Kate
Cranston in 1904 – although the ‘Room de Luxe’ was lovingly restored in the 1980s by Anne Mulhern. Marvel at the exquisite mirrored friezes and art-nouveau designs, the leaded glass doors embossed
with brooding maidens, the distinctive high-backed chairs and silver furniture before sampling the most famous afternoon tea in the city. Expect a traditional three-tiered stand loaded with
fresh-cut sandwiches, scones and buttered shortbread, plus cakes and pastries from the trolley and a choice of loose-leaf teas. Willow’s meringues are legendary, but the all-day offer runs all the
way from porridge and scrambled eggs to salads, speciality sandwiches and Scottish specialities – think rarebits, haggis with neeps, Arbroath smokies, mince ‘n’ tatties, and sweet cloutie
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