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Eating in Woolacombe and Mortehoe

A woman eating a scone at Glendurgan Gardens
Eating in Woolacombe | © National Trust Images/Chris Lacey

There are plenty of cafes, bistros and restaurants in both Woolacombe and Morthoe to discover.

For those looking for a post-beach snack, ice cream or sandwich the Porthole offers a range of cakes, bakes and savoury treats. Or, for those who have been enjoying one of the many walks around the area, or have ventured out to Morte Point, Town Farmhouse in Mortehoe offers a range of homemade cakes and refreshments.

Both offer allergen-friendly, vegan, vegetarian and gluten-free options.

For more information please get in touch with the cafe and tea-room teams.

Town Farmhouse

A charming 19th-century farmhouse, now a tea-room and guest house, serving a selection of homemade cakes, a range of coffee teas and cold drinks, cream teas and a selection of lunches.

Find Town Farmhouse in Mortehoe: Town Farmhouse
Open 10.30am-4 pm most days - check their Facebook page for current opening times.

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Town Farmhouse, Mortehoe
Town Farmhouse, Mortehoe | © Town Farmhouse

The Porthole Cafe

Panoramic views of the beach and dunes can be enjoyed from The Porthole, which is open year-round and serves a selection of hot and cold drinks, alcohol, cakes, backs, sandwiches and ice cream, all produced using local, seasonal ingredients.

Find The Porthole on Marine Drive, Woolacombe
Open 7 days a week. Sunday - Monday 10 am until 4.30 pm, Saturday 9 am until 4.30 pm

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