Raising your pinkies at a proper British afternoon tea in London (preferably with scones)
The world's most famous department store
This classy Mayfair hotel has been popular with writers since 1937 and hosts one of London's most traditional afternoon teas
A lovely courtyard garden spot for lunch or afternoon tea amid the 18th century splendors of the Wallace Collection museum
An elegant 18C pavilion where Queen Anne once entertained
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There is no place in the United Kingdom that is more than 113km (70 miles) from the sea. The most landlocked place in all of Britain? Coton in the Elms, an English village of around 900 souls in Derbyshire, just NE of Birmingham.