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CASH ONLY. SEASONAL: Opening 24th March, 25 and 26th and then everyday from Friday 31st March til Monday 17th April for Easter. Then Friday, Saturday, Sunday and BH in rest of April, May, June, September and October. Everyday EXCEPT Saturdays in...more
All reviews cakes old mill cream cheese home made water mill potting shed chocolate cake from the oven flour milled warm scones lovely owners well worth a visit treasure hunt little gem tucked away feel very welcome coastal path
Visited Hele Corn Mill in search of a traditional Devon tea and we were not disappointed. The owner is a wealth of knowledge and educated us on the Devon split scone. We enjoyed these as well as plain and fruit scones which were all excellent....More
Date of experience: October 2018
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Hele_Corn_Mill, Owner at Hele Corn Mill & Tea Room, responded to this reviewResponded 3 days ago
Thanks for your kind review. We are currently closed for the winter, re-opening on 29th March 2019. Our full opening times will soon be posted on our website.
Other guests, please note:- dogs are welcome in the gardens and Tearoom but, because of food hygiene...More
We had the best cream tea with freshly baked scones and big pots of tea. We had cheese scones with cream cheese and onion chutney as well as the traditional scones with jam and clotted cream. Great way to soak up the late autumn sun!...More
You wouldn’t know that this lovely tea room was even there ! The cakes were lovely and the owners really friendly ; they gave the children games and puzzles to keep them amused and were very keen to please . I’d definitely go back for...More
Located establishment by pure chance off beaten track.
Very quaint establishment and completely unique owner was very friendly and informative .Soup and food was delicious all family commented on excellent tasting food a pure gem.
We stopped at this pretty, quaint little tea-room, as we had heard good things about it, and had a lovely lunch of homemade soup and home-baked bread roll. We then, of course, had to try the cream tea and shared one Devon split scone and...More
Response from Helemill | Property representative |
If you were to walk it takes about 35 mins by road as we are the other side of Hillsborough (big rock by harbour) so walk round harbour and keep hill to your left and stay on main road by Thatch Pub at top of slope and we... More
If you were to walk it takes about 35 mins by road as we are the other side of Hillsborough (big rock by harbour) so walk round harbour and keep hill to your left and stay on main road by Thatch Pub at top of slope and we are just off the main road before the petrol station on the right. if you walked over the top an hour would be sensible. Taxi no.
Ilfracombe Taxis 01271440258
Mikes Taxis 01271268434
A2B Taxis 01271867788
Costs around £3.50
Response from Hele_Corn_Mill | Property representative |
There is no parking in the mill or Cornmill Close but you may be able to park in Watermouth Road which has no restrictions. The large public carpark is in Beach Road (to the left of Hele Bay pub). Parking is reasonably... More
There is no parking in the mill or Cornmill Close but you may be able to park in Watermouth Road which has no restrictions. The large public carpark is in Beach Road (to the left of Hele Bay pub). Parking is reasonably priced and free on Sundays. There is a footpath opposite the pub (next to bus stop) leading to the mill approx 300m. Not suitable for pushchairs though which are best to access via Cornmill Close. There is very limited parking at the mill itself and we suggest disabled visitors ring us in advance so we can keep a space where possible. If you need to drop off an infirm person please ring us (07554 310176 or 01271 863185) and we are happy to get them settled whilst you park elsewhere. Hope to see you soon!