We’re so excited to announce our Radley Afternoon Tea in partnership with the South Place Hotel in the City of London. Coinciding with the launch of our new Autumn Winter collection, inviting women to ‘Fall in love with… Radley London’, we couldn’t think of a better way to show our passion for the Capital than with a quintessentially British tea party.

This elegant event for VIPs (Very Important Pooches) and their human companions has been championed by our Radley Scottie dog mascot and his fellow high-flying hounds. The result is a unique dog-friendly day out in London that even pups with exceeding high standards, and energy levels, will be begging to attend.

As our guest you’ll enjoy a bespoke menu created by Bake Off: The Professionals finalist, Nelson Barrows, while your pampered pooch is served specialties by The Barking Bakery, a family run business dedicated to creating nutritious dog treats. A steady supply of traditional tea will be provided as you soak up the luxurious surroundings.

Situated in the hotel’s beautiful Secret Garden, you’re invited to join us on the following dates:

Woman’s Best Friend

Whether your ‘plus one’ is a stylish Shar-Pei or a fun-loving Frenchie, what better way to spend a Saturday or Sunday than with your devoted four-legged friend by your side?

Tickets are £45 per person, or £55 with a canine companion.

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Savour Every Moment

Your day will start with a tower of finely cut finger sandwiches before indulging in edible miniture handbag-shaped treats based on sumptuous handbags from our new AW19 collection – almost too good to eat…

Posh Pooch High Tea

Designed by artisans at The Barking Bakery, the doggy delicacies on offer are made with high-quality ‘’human-grade’’ ingredients, ensuring that your furry friend will fill up on healthy food.

Afternoon tea Menu (Humans only)

Nelson Barros will be producing five-star quality sweets to delight your palate, including a British Bakewell bone and a chocolate and hazelnut Scottie dog – a celebration of our London heritage and a nod to our not-so-serious side.