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Eating at Baggy Point

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Stop for a re-fuel after exploring Baggy Point | © National Trust Images/Chris Lacey

If you’re feeling peckish during your visit to Baggy Point, head to Sandleigh Tea-Room in Croyde. Whether it’s a cup of tea, a sweet treat or a spot of light lunch, you're sure to find something to satiate your appetite. Dogs are welcome both inside and out.

Sandleigh Tea-Room

Open every day of the week, Sandleigh Tea-Room serves hot and cold drinks, traybakes, light lunches and ice creams.

Get intouch

If you have any questions around access, allergens or opening times please get in touch with the tea-room team on 01271 891230

Indoor and outdoor seating

With indoor seating in The Oyster Catcher and outside tables in the allotment garden, there should be room for everyone.

The allotment garden

The allotment garden provides an array of colour in the warmer months, with everything from seasonal flowers to vegetables such as broccoli and sweetcorn growing there.

It’s a community garden, so you may see residents watering the plants. They're always happy to answer any questions if you’d like any more details about what they’re growing.

Visiting Sandleigh Tea-Room with your dog

Dogs are welcome inside and outside the tea-room, and water bowls are provided so that they can enjoy some refreshment, too.

The Canine Code

We’ve worked with our partner Forthglade to come up with this Canine Code, which helps to make sure everyone can enjoy their day:

  • Keep them close: using a short lead helps to keep your dog from disturbing ground-nesting birds and farm animals. It's essential to use a short lead around sheep. But if cattle approach you, it's best to let your dog off the lead, and call them back when it's safe to do so.
  • Pick up the poo: please always clear up after your dog. If you can't find a bin nearby, take the poo bags home with you.
  • Watch the signs: keep an eye on local signs and notices wherever you're walking. They'll tell you if a beach has a dog ban, for instance, or if a path has been diverted, or if you're in an area where dogs can run off-lead.
  • Stay on the ball: remember that not everyone loves dogs, and some people fear them. So make sure your dog doesn't run up to other people, especially children.
A child eating ice cream while wearing a surf suit
If the weather's good, why not enjoy an ice cream? | © National Trust Images/John Millar

Allergen information

Most of the food and drink served is prepared on site in our kitchen, using a wide range of ingredients. As a result, we can’t guarantee that any of our food and drink products are completely allergen free.

If you have an allergy or intolerance and would like ingredient information about the food and drink served, please ask the staff, who will be happy to help.

Always check when you visit

Visited before? We sometimes change our recipes to improve quality and flavour, including the ingredients. When you visit, please speak to one of our team to check the current allergen information for your favourite dish.

Thank you

Every cuppa or tasty treat you buy helps us to continue looking after places for everyone to enjoy.

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