Enjoying a little indulgence is well worth it now and again - and what is more indulgent than an exquisite afternoon tea of savouries, fancies and scones washed down with a speciality tea or even a glass of bubbly.

August 14 sees the start of Afternoon Tea Week, which this great British institution is celebrated across the country.

So what better time to share some of the fabulous places we have locally where you can go and spend a couple of hours enjoying a little bit of tradition.

From small cafes to five star hotels, there are all sorts of venues out there serving all manner of afternoon teas.

Here are just six of them, in no particular order...

Llansantffraed Court Hotel, near Abergavenny

Visiting this hotel, set in the beautiful Monmouthshire countryside, is a treat in itself, so adding in an afternoon tea as part of your visit takes it to the next level.

Afternoon tea is served between 3pm and 5pm in the lounges, bar, and on the terrace and lawns if the weather permits.

The hotel offers a selection of afternoon tea options by the Llansantffraed Full Afternoon Tea is well worth choosing. You'll enjoy a selection of mini sandwiches, scone and Welsh cakes, home-made cakes and pastries, served with strawberry jam and clotted cream, a pot of

Chantlers’ leafy tea or a cafetiére coffee, for £18 per person.

For more details visit www.llch.co.uk/

Parkway Hotel and Spa, Cwmbran

Served in bright, airy surroundings, with crisp, white cloths on the table and china teapots, this afternoon tea is as traditional as you could wish.

All items are baked by the hotel's pastry chef with warm, homemade scones served with clotted cream and jam, delicious sugary Welsh Cakes as well as beautifully made finger sandwiches

The afternoon tea is served from 3.30pm to 6pm in the hotel's lounge.

You are advised to book as it is very popular.

To book and for more details visit www.parkwayhotelandspa.com

Parc Pantry, Malpas and Bellevue

Campaign Series: Afternoon tea at Parc Pantry, Newport

For a slightly more laid back afternoon tea experience, Parc Pantry should be on your list.

Here's the sort of thing you can enjoy: Gourmet Popcorn from Portlebay, handmade traybakes, fruit scones with clotted cream and preserve, a wedge of homemade cake, and rustic baguettes with a selection of fillings. All this is served with a pot of refillable Welsh Tea or Americano dependant on your prefrence (per person).

The Parc Pantry afternoon tea is priced at £9 per person and the maximum party size is six.

Reservations are available after 2pm Monday to Saturday.

For full details visit parcpantry.co.uk/

Celtic Manor Resort, Newport

Campaign Series: Summer afternoon tea at the Celtic Manor Resort

The Summer Afternoon Tea, which is £21.50 per person Monday to Friday and £29.50 per person at the weekend, is a real treat. A delicious savoury and sandwich selection is served on a traditional stand with your choice of tea or glass of bubbly before the hand-made cakes, pastires and scones are brought out. All incredibly fresh and served in the bright and airy surroundings of the Olive Tree with views over some of the fantastic grounds at the resort.

You are not rushed, the choice of teas is not complicatedly extensive but there is certainly something for everyone, and the staff are polite, attentive and completely unobstrusive.

If you are looking for a five-star treat, then this is the one for you.

For full details visit www.celtic-manor.com/

The Angel, Abergavenny

Campaign Series: Angel, Abergavenny.

The Angel Hotel is a member of the prestigious UK Tea Guild and in 2011 it was given The Tea Guild’s top national award.

Enjoying afternoon tea at this wonderful historic hotel in the heart of Abergavenny is something everyone should try.

Not only do you get to savour a selection of freshley-preapared sandwiches, savouries, cakes and scones, created by the hotel's speciality baker, the tea menu is a work of art in itself.

Monday - Friday; Afternoon Tea and High Tea are served in the Wedgewood room from 2pm to 4pm from Monday to Friday at the weekends it is High Tea only, served in the Wedgewood room from 2pm to 5.30pm.

Afternoon tea is £22.80 per person, while High Tea is £27.80 per person. A glass of bubbly can be added from £6 per glass.

To find out more visit www.angelabergavenny.com

St Pierre, A Marriott hotel and golf club, Chepstow

Campaign Series: LUXURY: Chepstow’s St Pierre Hotel

If you've not been to St Pierre, you are really missing a treat. Set at the end of a long, tree-lined drive with the golf course on both sides of you, is the former Elizabethan manor house which forms the heart of this popular resort.

You can sit in one of the comfortable dining rooms, or outside on the terrace if the weather is good, and enjoy the selection of finger sandwiches, sweet treats, chocolate eclairs, mini red velvet cupcake and homemade chocolate brownie along with homemade scones. cream and fruit preserve, washed down with bottomless tea or coffee all for £14.95 per person. And if the mood takes you and you fancy a glass of Prosecco, this can be added for an extra £5 per glass.

For more details visit www.marriott.co.uk/hotels/hotel-information/restaurant/cwlgs-st-pierre-marriott-hotel-and-country-club/.