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Dating back to 1296, when it belonged to an order of monks, this working farmhouse is (not surprisingly) full of atmosphere. Heavy oak beams salvaged from wrecked ships, ancient flagstone floors worn by countless feet, and large open fireplaces with blazing logs on cold days, all help to make a visit here memorable.
The tea rooms have been in the same family for nearly 60 years. Jill Savage took over in 1988 and has been working hard ever since to attract more customers and develop what is now a successful and award winning business.
Enjoy their Cornish Cream Teas with huge homemade scones(using a old family recipe) served with local jams and Cornish clotted cream or a delicious Ploughman's served with a good selection of Cornish cheese, chutney and coleslaw.
Rectory Farm's famous Afternoon Tea is something to look forward to and attracts visitors from faraway keen to savour deliciously tasty sandwiches, wonderfully light scones and fabulous cakes.
Jill cooks as much as possible in the farmhouse kitchen specialising in homemade scones , cakes, quiches, pates, and delicious soups also making her own chutneys using traditional recipes. Organic lamb and beef come from the farm and fruit and vegetables from local suppliers or their own kitchen garden .
Rectory Farm Tearooms offer their guests an excellent choice of teas blended locally, including the house tea, Smugglers Choice; Kamelia Chai; Jasmine Snowflake; Orange Oolong and teas from the Cornish Tregothan Estate being just a small selection from the menu.
Sunday lunches are served and, owing to their widespread popularity, booking is highly recommended!There is also a separate menu for gluten ,wheat and dairy free diets and a healthy choice for children.
Rectory Farm Tearooms will be open daily from Sunday 1st April 2012 from 11am-5pm and plan is to stay open until 8pm during the main summer period ,but this is to be confirmed. Our advice, as always, is to phone Rectory Farm Tearooms before visiting.
We strongly suggest phoning Rectory Farm Tearooms to check opening times before embarking on a long journey to visit them as in adverse weather, and owing to their rural coastline location, the tearooms may not be open.
Some produce and crafts on sale.
Opening Days and Hours:
11.00 am - 5.00pm DAILY from Easter 2013
11.00 am - 8.00pm DAILY during the Summer months but to be confirmed!
Please PHONE to check opening times before visiting