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What a beautiful place to have morning coffee, lunch or afternoon tea, all served by lovely staff dressed in period costume. Proper old fashioned service and loads of lovely cakes and pastries to choose from. You will not be disappointed.
We visited here in the second week of June and had the same experience as the previous review. The building is stunningly beautiful but this Tea room doesn't deserve to have any customers. We arrived at 4.30 to be greeted not with a Hello but...We...More
Visited this tea room at 4.35pm today and was told by one member of staff that we could order refreshments and cake until 4.45pm. We placed our order immediately with another abrupt member of staff who refused to serve cake as we were too late...More
Tea was hot and strong, scones were fresh, jam and cream were plentiful. The staff were all very smiley and pleasant. I didnt notice if there was any wheel chair access, which could be a problem for some wanting to visit.
The moment you step in to this tearoom (up a set of stairs above the pizza Express), you feel like you hav estepped back to the Regency period. A bookcase and portraits adorn the wall, and classical music wafts through the air- a welcome change...More
Lovely location for a quiet lunch whether looking for a traditional English tea, a sandwich or freshly baked sweets. Lovely seating overlooking the square and a secondary dining room inspired with history. Tasty menu options reflecting local offerings with lovely china and linens. Vegetarian friendly....More
I love to visit Charlott's Tea House whenever I am in Truro. In fact, if you are visiting Cornwall, take the time to make a special visit here - I thoroughly recommend their lemon meringue pie! In fact all of their home made cakes look...More
Was advised to visit by a friend who lives a Camelford. Have to say how very nice it was, a trip back to a bygone time. The breakfast was delicious as was the egg benedict royale. All in all a pleasant experience.
We love it here. Both the savoury cream tea ( with smoked salmon and cream cheese) and the standard Cornish cream tea are delectable. Best we’ve had in Cornwall. Also do other delicious food and cakes. Well worth a visit. Service is good. Not cheap...More