A delightful tea room… and a must if you’re in the area! Sample tea and cakes, but don't expect a green - the name is a play on the local Golf Links course (the oldest in England).
Not just a roadside cafe…it's a wonderful combination of Swedish and Cornish with an eclectic retro mix. Oh and really good coffee.
Cocktails in teapots and homemade tapas to tuck in to – The Old Grammar School in Truro serves up a lip-smacking taste of retro refreshment in a laid back atmosphere.
John’s is a family business, started back in the 1940s. Now the baton’s been passed to the fourth generation and they’re clearly more than up to the task.
Beaches, bistros and boutique holidays in Falmouth, the seaside town on the edge of the world's deepest natural harbour, so expect a nautical ambience.
Everyone’s welcome during the daytime, including dogs – and there’s a £5 little ones menu to make this a very family-friendly eatery to boot.
Sitting out on the lawn under the palm trees that wend their way down towards a sparkling blue sea, with a glass of something cold, crisp and refreshing in hand, is not a bad way to spend a summer’s afternoon.