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Nina’s Tea Room Now Open

The Linden Hey Garden Tea Room, Penelewey

For a long time Nina Davey did a wonderful job of promoting our walks on Radio Cornwall, and at last we have a chance to return her kind deeds in our own hungry way on these pages.

 

Having now left the BBC, Nina has been able to achieve an ambition she has had since she was 18.  As of Easter Bank Holiday Monday, April 17th 2017, Nina will be opening her own tea room and she would love us to pop in for a cream tea and a gossip at any time. 

 

She has so far announced:

You can walk to some of the most beautiful parts of Cornwall from here and see the Tregothnan Tea plantations.  There are lanes, fields and riverside footpaths to Cowlands, Coombe, Roundwood, Trelissick, Come to Good, Penpol, Restronguet …………..

 

We are 500 yards past the Punchbowl and Ladle and there is even a bus stop outside.

 

Parking is a bit tight but there is space behind the bus shelter on the King Harry Cross Roads at the bottom of the hill.   

 

Open every day.  Walkers, cyclists, dogs and muddy boots are welcome from 10am – 4pm. 

 

I’m working on a website and the post code is TR3 6QU. 

Charlestown Ship Wreck and Visitor Centre

Now open with a new look and more stories to tell…………

Now under the ownership of the team that brought us The lost gardens of Heligan

Another memorable place to visit

Go to https://www.shipwreckcharlestown.com/

Lovedays  the new café above the attraction is now a stylish welcoming place to dine and to take refreshment before you explore more of our beautiful County.