We stopped off here on the way home. The place looks really nice from the outside and we chose it in preference to the National Trust place next door as it's independently owned. Building looks really old but has actually been re-built since the flood in 2004. It's a very good re-build and inside there are photos of before and after the flood which was interesting to me. We had a cream tea of which of course there are many in Cornwall - the scone was tasty and nicely warmed and delicious. The tea was also good. The atmosphere was nice and relaxed and what made the visit good was the friendliness and cheerfulness of the staff. We only wanted 1 scone each as we weren't that hungry - the waitress was helpful and sorted things out in the most cost effective way. Would recommend for a cream tea in a beautiful location.
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