Halwyn's TeaGardens Cornwall

Welcome to Halwyn’s Tea Garden

Halwyn’s is a real old fashioned Tea Garden set on the banks of the river Fal. We over look the Smugglers Inn on the Roseland peninsula. The cottage is set in the middle of mature gardens with stunning views to the left and right, we are south facing and enjoy the sun all day. (Apart from when it’s raining). We have wonderful areas for you to enjoy a cup of loose leaf tea in bone china teacups, and slice of home made cake or a fresh scone with clotted cream and jam. We stock calestick ice cream, and various cold drinks for the young at heart ginger beer is a particular favourite.

Halwyn's Tea Gardens appeared on television in ITV's 'The Hungry Sailors' series!

New this season-footferry from Trelissick Gardens and return by Newmans Cruises (www.boattripscornwall.co.uk)

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Opening time:

Opening ( Thursday 1st Of May )

Thursdays to Sundays 11-5pm (including Bank Holidays)

Until end of June (Subject to weather being great, we may go full time earlier)

End of June – 7 days a week.

Open late some evenings - dates are to be decided.

Please note that we are now serving our famous lunches daily including fresh steamed crab supplied by Kernowsashimi (www.kernowsashimi.co.uk) as well as items from Skinners Brewery & Trevarthen Butchers

We are also available for private function hire. Please contact us for more information.

Email us:

If you have any questions or would like to find out some more information then email us today!

Contact:

Halwyn
Old Kea
Truro
TR3 6AW
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01872 272152

hello@halwynteagarden.com

Halwyn’s History:

In 1997 my husband Roy Sutherland-Clark took on derelict 12th century cottage in a green wilderness and promised to bring it back to its original beauty. It had no services of any description, and had not been lived in since 1922. No roof, doors, or windows. But what it did have was an amazing aura; Halwyn draws you in and calms the soul.

We have restored Halwyn to the standard you see today, and we did it with love, reclaim materials and hard graft. We take great pleasure in sharing our beautiful home with our guests, and look forward to seeing old and new friends very soon

Roy and Sue Sutherland-Clark