Places to eat on the Roseland

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Published : 02 Dec 2015 Last update : 07 Jan 2016

Whether you live on the Roseland, or are just here for a while, there are lots of places to rest up and have a cup of tea. We work closely with our concession cafes, regularly sampling their wares, to make sure they really are a delicious treat for everyone.

The Thirstea Co

Throughout the Spring, Summer and Autumn look out for 'Earl', the vintage van, lovingly converted from an old Citroen horse box. Regularly setting up at Porth, just next to Towan beach, near Portscatho, they brew a whole ranges of teas coffees, hot chocolate as well as baking an ever changing selection of cakes to have after a Martin's bakery pasty.

Follow Earl's adventures on their Facebook and web pages

The Thirstea Tea Company at Porth
People sitting by The Thirstea Tea Company van at Porth

Tea by the Sea

Just along the coast to the east at Carne beach you'll find 'Tea by the Sea' serving Proper Cornish pasties fresh from their oven, hot and cold drinks as well as a good selection of light bites, snacks and ice cream, all with an ethos of homemade, locally sourced and fresh. Open seasonally. and

Tea by the Sea beach van café at Carne beach
Tea by the Sea beach van Café at Carne beach

The Hidden Hut

This beach-side cafe is run by our tenants Jemma Glass and Simon Stallard. In the day time it serves snacks and lunches, sourcing ingredients from close by where they can. Look out for their feast nights too.

Find out more about them and when they're open and for up to date news check the Facebook page

The Hidden Hut above Porthcurnick beach
People standing at the Hidden Hut above Porthcurnick beach