The Edgcumbe tea-room on Cotehele Quay

Formerly a Victorian pub, the Edgcumbe is now an idyllic licensed tea-room overlooking the River Tamar. Settle in by the fire or book your party in the large Long Room upstairs.

The Edgcumbe is open every day (except 25 and 26 December). Your dog is welcome too.

Fresh and seasonal

The Edgcumbe serves light lunches, cream teas, cake, beer and wine (lunch served 12noon-2.30pm). The menu changes depending on what's fresh and in season. Winter favourites are available now including warming one-pots and jacket potatoes.

Cornish cream tea

Don't leave Cornwall without savouring a cream tea. Have yours jam first, the Cornish way or if you prefer the clotted cream first, that's okay by us.

The cream tea special now is a cranberry-orange scone served with St Clement's curd. The Edgcumbe also features a cheese tea and a selection of your favourite cakes that might include lemon drizzle, flapjacks and chocolate brownies. Ask your server about specials on the day you visit.

Enjoy a cream tea at the Edgcumbe on Cotehele Quay
Scones and cakes on a three-tiered plate at Cotehele, Cornwall

Dogs welcome

After a long walk in the fresh air with your four-legged friend, stop on the quay to take in the view of the river before heading to the Edgcumbe tea-room. Here there’s outdoor seating or you can retreat inside where your dog can have a kip under the table while you tuck into your well-deserved lunch or cream tea.


Hire the Long Room

Do you have a special birthday, anniversary or a business meeting coming up? The Long Room upstairs is available for private hire.

We can seat up to 28 people or we can cater for more guests in a less formal set up. We’ll look forward to working with you on a seasonal menu suitable for your party. This can include anything from simple canapés or cream teas, to a full lunch of starters, mains, desserts, tea and coffee. Ring us on 01579 351346 to discuss your needs or for more details.

The long room upstairs in the Edgcumbe tea-room on Cotehele Quay
The long room in the Edgcumbe tea-room at Cotehele, Cornwall