Great place to visit. Some beautiful houses and a really quaint church. Good craft centre. Worth the visit
We walked round the visitor centre, and then onto the church for an afternoon's stroll everyone seemed to be in good after Xmas spirits and the children and some adults were enjoying the skating rink
Went to cockington for the christmas Fayre expecting to see lots of stalls outside full of local made produce. Found one stall if call it that for holding extortion animals. Found two at back for food and drink by skating rink and that was it for outside and couple of stalls inside. Was really disappointed. So we decided to have... More
We went to Cockington for a walk and lunch last Saturday. My grandson loved the gardens to play in. Lunch in the tea rooms was a lovely relaxing experience. Staff friendly and helpful. Charlie loved it as they paid him attention too. Will be visiting again soon . Sorry about the mess Charlie left on the floor but cheese sandwich... More
Wish i had more money to buy more craft!! it was excellent!! The glass blowing was brilliant and the shops were too. Had a lovely walk and got lost... our fault though!
We had two Coffees and 2 cakes (nearly £10 !) very overpriced. The carrot cake was very dry. The actual Cockington Court area is beautiful, with lovely picturesque walks. But we both felt the tea rooms were poor value for money, there wasn't that much to see in the Manor House.
The tea rooms are fairly average in terms of menu options, interest and pricing. I strongly recommend that Cockington Court review their Saturday staff, who appear indifferent to customers and probably require Welcome Host training. Service was also fairly slow. This cafe is fine if you are visiting the park but not worth the effort for a special visit.
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