The Royal Deck Tearoom
Why not visit the Royal Deck Tearoom? 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 in sample menus below are correct from December 2023 and may be subject to change.
Royal Deck Tearoom Admission
Please note you must purchase a Britannia admission ticket to visit the Tearoom as it is on the tour route. We are unable to take reservations for the Tearoom (tables are allocated on a first come, first served basis).
The Tearoom is accessible for wheelchairs (no wider than 67cm) 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.
|2023 Admission Times||First Admission||Last Admission|
|January* - March||10:30||15:15|
|April - August||10:00||16:15|
|November - December*||10:30||15:15|
*The Royal Yacht Britannia is closed on 25 December and 1 January. Last admission to the Tearoom on 24 December is 2:45pm and 31 December is 3pm.
The Lighthouse Restaurant & Bar, Fingal
Britannia's sister ship, Fingal, offers the stunning Lighthouse Restaurant & Bar in which to enjoy an exquisite five-course Afternoon Tea. This most British of traditions features exquisite sweet and savoury pastries and mouth-watering sandwiches, served in the Art Deco inspired surroundings. Non-residents can also relax under the shimmering ceiling, and indulge in a Dinner with dishes bursting with flavour, made from only the best local produce, as well as nautically-inspired Cocktails.
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