In conjunction with the National Portrait Gallery’s exhibit, “Virginia Woolf: Art, Life and Vision,” London’s Morton Hotel is promoting its traditional afternoon tea served in the Library lounge bar, which it bills as being “designed to reflect the spirit of the Bloomsbury Group.”
The tea includes a selection of sandwiches, freshly baked scones served with strawberry jam and clotted cream, an assortment of cakes and a pot of tea or coffee. The cost is £15 per person.
The Morton Hotel is located in Bloomsbury, a short walk from the Russell Square tube station, at 2 Woburn Place. Call in advance for a reservation at 0207 692 5600.
The Morton also offers Bloomsbury Bedrooms, Charleston Apartments, and an Omega Suite. Rates range from £185 to £405 per night.