The Roseland offers some great impromptu alfresco experiences and we always know “the season” has commenced when these venues are back up and running. A couple of our favourites are:
THE THIRSTEA CO.
Earl, the vintage Citroen Van is pitched at the National Trust’s Porth Farm. This is on the circular walk around St Anthony’s Head and just a few yards up the path from the unspoilt Towan Beach. There are toilets and plenty of car parking just across the road. The food ranges from warm Cornish pasties, freshly filled rolls and a wonderful variety of homemade cakes and bakes. They also have fresh scones, served with Rodda’s clotted Cream and locally made strawberry jam. We love picking up some freshly made treats and wandering down to the beach, to make the most of this beautiful stretch of Cornish coast.
For more information visit: http://www.thethirsteacompany.co.uk/
MISS V’S TEA HUT
Miss V’s Tea Hut can be found beside the 13th century St Just in Roseland Church, with its glorious views across the Carrick Roads over to Mylor Harbour. Nestled amongst semi-tropical gardens on the river bank of the Fal Estuary, and based along the coastal path to St Mawes, this pit stop is a very special place. Once again, there is ample car parking and toilets close by. We love to come here to visit this unique churchyard with its intriguing paths, before succumbing to a scrumptious piece of cake or Cornish cream tea.
For more information visit: https://twitter.com/missvscreamtea?lang=en