Having stopped here for a light lunch, which was not light it was massive. We chose the 'Cornish Ploughman' a fantastic platter consisting of two tasty cheeses, a large amount of tender ham plus several pickles, butter, a mountain of fresh salad and copious amounts of new bread. This filled us up and we then went for a four mile walk along the Cornish coast returning in time for tea.
Yes we had the cream tea, a large pot of Earl Grey plus two hot scones and jam with Cornish cream. It was equally as good as the lunch and with these dishes we could not manage any further food that day.
The location is fantastic by the water and there is a large pontoon to sit on in the warmer weather. Inside there are many small rooms to have your food and drink all kept clean by the very attentive staff. Finally do not miss the gold post box in the outside wall dedicated to Ben Ainslee for his 2012 Olympic gold medal
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