Duchy of Cornwall Nursery Cafe
Overlooking Restormel Castle and with views of Fowey Valley, you’ll be amazed just how time will fly in this award-winning, contemporary café which offers the very best local produce. Their magnificent cream tea features all the best flavours of Cornwall including Trewithen clotted cream and Boddington’s strawberry conserve. Enjoy brunch too with their Eggs Benedict.
Cott Road, Lostwithiel PL22 0HW
Picnic Cornwall, Falmouth
This independent coffee shop and deli is a regular at Cornwall Food & Drink Awards and one visit and it’s easy to see why. Sitting in the heart of bustling Falmouth serving an array of Cornish produce to eat-in or take-away including a startling array of afternoon teas. Try their Cornish Cream Tea hamper – and add a bottle of Camel Valley Brut for a special afternoon.
Falmouth TR11 3DR
14 Church Street
Falmouth TR11 3DR
Trevallicks Farm Shop and Tea Room
Sitting on the edge of Bodmin Moor with incredible views and a delicious array of homemade cakes and scones, all-day breakfasts and light lunches. ‘If it can be Cornish it will be Cornish’ is the mantra of the five local Cornish sisters who run the shop and tearoom. Enjoy!
Pensilva PL14 5PJ
Sitting in the heart of Cardinham woods, this cafe really is about getting away from it all – enjoy their Cornish cream tea – or choose from their range of daily baked cakes – favourites include carrot with orange cream cheese icing, fresh cream victoria sponges, lemon and berry drizzle, squidgy lumber jack and chocolate brownies.
Cardinham woods, Bodmin PL30 4AL
Callestick Farm Ice Cream Parlour and Tearoom
Home of the famous Callestick
Farm ice cream, tempt younger family members with the promise of the best Cornish icecream in the Barn tearoom while you enjoy a cream tea featuring the best in local produce – open summers only. And you can visit the ice-cream making factory before choosing your favourite flavour.
Callestic, Truro TR4 9LL