Very nice place full of charm and a log fire! The teapot and cups were huge as was the cream tea! Fab
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We had the most delicious cream tea and the Devon clotted cream and jam was thick and lovely. Beautiful tea cups and the decor was perfect for a seaside town. It was good value, cosy and service was great. Please don't change!
I visited this place on New Years Eve with a group of friends as we were staying in a cottage on the Dorset/Devon border. The cafe is really cute, I love the cottage feel to it and the mismatched furniture it was really English. We...More
came here while walking the coast path. Only had a cup of tea so can't comment on food. Staff busy but friendly but getting the bill took time and seemed a lot of trouble.
Visited the Captains cottage after a long walk. We all decided to order their homemade cream teas however we were sorely disappointed. The scones that came out were burnt on the top and someone had decided to sprinkle icing sugar on top in an attempt...More
Quaint traditional cream tea place. Scones and clotted cream mouth watering and portion size generous. Positioned right at the top of the beach to entice you in after your day exploring the coves and beaches. Don't miss this place!
We stopped in Beer for a bite to eat and saw this delightful little cafe opposite the car park. Right at bottom of the village, this had a great feel and we sat in the window seat and enjoyed a really nice toasted sandwich and...More
We wandered in and weren't sure what to expect - felt like we had stepped back in a time warp to England in the 50s! We ordered two cream teas, one with a pot of tea and one with coffee. Coffee came In a French...More
We were lucky to get one of the few outside tables, where we enjoyed a lovely tea in the sunshine. There was a good selection of teas and the servings were generous.