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Indulge in history whilst enjoying spectacular views over the River Thames and Big Ben.
Call to Reserve: +44 (0)20 7902 5535
The Library

At County Hall

It's always time for tea

Boasting magnificent views, and in homage to London Marriott Hotel County Hall's rich heritage, the newly renovated Library will continue its dining legacy, providing guests with a traditional British dining experience with a contemporary twist.*

 

*Please note, the current imagery featured on our website is not reflective of The Library's new, post-renovation look.

  • Opening Hours
  • Friday 2:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Saturday - Sunday 12:00 PM - 4:30 PM
  • Quintessentially British Afternoon Tea
Enjoy spectacular views over the River Thames and the Houses of Parliament

A hidden gem in one of the city's most vibrant areas

We've missed you!
Welcome Back

It's the news you've all been waiting for... The Library is back! Your favourite traditional afternoon tea will be served every Friday to Sunday from Friday 4th September.

To ensure The Library remains a safe environment, we have evolved and adapted our guest experience to reflect the government guidelines with updated measures and precautions.

We cannot wait to see you all again at The Library. 

Afternoon Tea
Mon-Fri 2pm - 6pm Sat-Sun 12pm - 6pm
Traditional Afternoon Tea

Freshly prepared by our creative pastry chefs, afternoon tea features reimagined classics including a delectable arrangement of cakes and pastries, sweet and savoury scones served with seasonal jams and clotted cream, and full flavoured finger sandwiches. Refreshing fine leaf teas, flutes of champagne and botanical gin cocktails compliment these dishes to perfection.

 

*Please note, the current imagery featured on our website is not reflective of The Library's new, post-renovation look.

Traditional Afternoon Tea
Gift voucher Give the gift of an unforgettable British experience at The Library. Treat family, friends or colleagues to a traditional afternoon tea overlooking the River Thames and the Houses of Parliament.
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