The Royal Deck Tea Room
Why not visit the Royal Deck Tea Room? You can enjoy freshly prepared, homemade food, stunning views and a warm welcome.
The menu includes speciality coffees and cocktails, tasty soups and sandwiches and mouth-watering cakes and scones, all made on board in our Royal Galley. Perhaps treat yourself to a Champagne Cream Tea in the very same spot where the Royal Family would have played deck games and entertained?
*Prices and information are correct from 5 February 2020 and may be subject to change.
|2020 Admission Times||First Admission||Last Admission|
|January**- March||11:00 AM||15:30 PM|
|April - October||11:00 AM||15:30 PM|
|November - December**||10:30 AM||15:45 PM|
Please note you must purchase a Britannia admission ticket to visit the Tea Room and we are unable to take reservations (tables are allocated on a first come, first served basis).
The Tea Room is accessible for standard wheelchairs and buggies via the original internal lift from the Royal Bedrooms. If you are using an electric wheelchair, please speak to a member of staff for assistance. Also please refer to our Accessibility Statement.
**The Royal Yacht Britannia is closed on 25 December and 1 January and the last admission to the Tea Room on 24 December is 2:45pm and 31 December is 3pm.
The Lighthouse Bar, Fingal
Visiting Britannia? Why not also enjoy an unforgettable experience at The Lighthouse Bar aboard Fingal, Britannia’s sister ship and luxury floating hotel? Sit back and enjoy Fingal's delicious Afternoon Tea. This most decadent and dainty of British traditions is enjoyed with a backdrop of exquisite Art Deco interiors and views to match.
Experience beautifully prepared dishes bursting with flavour, created by the galley team on board. Enjoy a light evening supper including Fingal’s smoked salmon, which is smoked on board, as well as delicious seasonal dishes.