The Rectory Tea Rooms will make you feel like you are taking a step back in time. In the small rural parish of Morwenstow, you will find a farmhouse dating back to the 13th century. Complete with open fires, antique furnishings and the original oak beams that have a story to tell as they came from ships that were wrecked many moons ago along the treacherous North Cornwall coastline.
You could not have picked a better spot to stop for tea - an opinion reflected by the Telegraph, Tripadvisor and even the BBC. And the Tea Rooms do not disappoint; from the homemade scones & cakes to the Afternoon High Teas and proper Cornish Pasties. Try their quiches or delicious soups if you are looking for something on the more savoury side.
The Rectory Tea Rooms spoils you, with nearly all of their dishes being from locally sourced products. In addition they will cater for wheat, gluten and dairy free taking note of your specialised diets. And don't think that because it's a tea room, they won't have wines, craft beer and ciders on offer.
Once you have filled up with the tasty homemade delights, you can walk it off and take in the breathtaking North Cornwall coast, which is just down the lane.