Polreath Tea Room - St. Martin's

Delicious homebaked cakes, freshly prepared light lunches, afternoon cream teas or just a local beer; a warm welcome awaits you in our conservatory, plantsman’s garden or traditional Scillonian glasshouse.

Open Monday 16th April to Friday 28th September 2018.

See Opening Times below for more detailed daily information.

Higher Town, St Martin's, TR25 0QL
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The gardens at Polreath Tea Room.
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Relax in our airy conservatory, superb garden or traditional Scillonian glasshouse. Indulge in squidgy, dark chocolate brownies, melt in the mouth meringues, gooey flapjacks and much more, all home baked by us. Take time to appreciate one of our famous afternoon cream teas with scones warm from the oven served with Boddington’s strawberry conserve and Cornish clotted cream or just simply enjoy a Moomaid ice cream on the go.

From 12 noon to 2pm, we offer a simple but delicious light lunch menu specialising in the best of homegrown, St. Martin's and Cornish produce, prepared to order just for you.

Quench your thirst with a refreshing beer from Ales of Scilly or a glass of St. Martin's Vineyard wine or simply join us for a pot of Clipper Fairtrade tea or mug of Origin freshly ground coffee.

Light lunch is served 12 noon to 2pm. Cream teas available from 2.30pm.

Opening Times

May, June, July & August
Open Sunday to Friday 10.30am to 4.30pm. 
Closed Saturdays.

Please note the tea room will also be closed on:
Sunday 5th August, Sunday 12th August and Monday 27th
August.

September - open until Friday 28th
Open Monday to Friday 10.30am to 4.30pm.
Closed Saturdays and Sundays.

Please note the tea room will also be closed from
Monday 17th September to Friday 21st September.

April
Open Monday to Friday 10.30am to 4.30pm.
Closed Saturdays and Sundays.

​Posted 21/06/18 by SJP

Facilities & Features

  • Locally sourced food and drink
  • Licensed
  • Beautiful gardens
  • Indoor and outdoor seating available
  • Just 10 minutes walk from Higher Town quay