The UK was already the best destination for Harry Potter fans, what with its British accents, iconic train stations, and (of course) London's Warner Bros. Studio Tour. Now there's another spot to add to your list, with a bed and breakfast in Wales offering a totally magical afternoon tea.
According to the website, "Llety Cynin is a converted Coach House on a working dairy & sheep farm in the heart of the Welsh countryside." Guests can opt to spend the night, or simply stop by for the Harry Potter-themed afternoon tea — an offering the B&B says is to celebrate the 20th anniversary of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone and the 10th anniversary of Deathly Hallows.
The tea is available for both adults (£15.95 ) and children (£10.95), with different menus for each. While the adult menu boasts delicacies like mandrake cake, treacle tarts with clotted cream, Aunt Petunia's trifle, and "hot beer", the children's offers items such as chocolate frogs, sour lollies, house shortbread, and "not" pumpkin juice.
Whichever way you decide to dig in, this Harry Potter-themed tea time is simply brilliant.