The Willow Tea Rooms were created over the years 1903 and
1904, and Kate Cranston anticipated, quite rightly, that they
would become her showpieces. For the first time Mackintosh
was given complete control over the building and interior
work, and although the building already existed, it was a
largely gutted terraced house which Mackintosh was able to
recreate to his own design.
Behind the remarkable façade which Mackintosh created
for Kate Cranston, tea and light meals are still served in
the Room de Luxe and on the gallery.
Glasgow City centre parallel with Bath Street
9.30 - 4.30 Monday to Saturday, 12noon - 4.00 pm Sunday
0141 332 0521
The Willow Tea Rooms
217 Sauchiehall Street