We had cream scones and they were so tasty we actually finished the two scones each provided! A lovely place to visit with stunning views. Very friendly. I wish it was nearer home but I'm sure we'll be back.
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Well worth a visit here if walking The Valley of the rocks route. A good tea room, plenty on offer and a lovely seated garden area to rest a while and enjoy your adventures by ending with a yummy treat and drink here.
We stopped for a brief snack here on a rainy day after having walked around the Valley of the Rocks. My wife had a pork bap and I chose the beef bap - both were fabulous. Plenty of good quality meat with a nice side...More
Good choice of food, aware of dietary needs, but the indoor tearoom needs some tidying, updating and more attention generally. It felt very tired. Staff friendly and accommodating.
We love this tea room, especially the fact that it stays open later in the day, so that we can call in for tea after walking. The food is excellent and we were given a massive bowl of chips to share, even though only one...More
Beautiful cafe situated near the valley of the rocks. Massive scones and still warm. We sat here for over an hour drinking tea and eating pie. There are little goats on the hillside and the tea garden is beautiful , would highly recommend
Have been to this tea room many many times, and I recommend it to everyone! Its a welcome break during inclement weather and beautiful to sit in the glorious gardens during the summer. Our last visit was in June. My husband had the homemade Apple...More
This tea room does not open until 10 am, so it’s perfect for a mid morning visit afte4 a few hours of walking. We visited today and were impressed by the variety of cakes and sweet pies on offer as well as a decent selection...More
Having walked from Lynton along the coastal path to the Valley of the Rocks we rewarded ourselves with a superb pie with clotted cream (Blueberry for me and Cherry for my wife) and a high quality coffee. Sitting in the garden enjoying this treat was...More