Once again we visited here if only for the ginger biscuits ! No disappointment there Seer you next year,,,,
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Had the nicest cream tea here. Warm scones, nice clotted cream and strawberry jam with a lovely pot of tea. Sat in a beautiful garden. Faultless.
We were staying at the st Martin's campsite and we booked into the polreath.....we had a thai green curry and we have to say it was stunning....friendly staff greeted with a smile ....we sat out side having a drink and the chef bought us out...More
Gorgeous setting in the garden, with the birds and trees. Food and drink here is mid range price (it is Saint Martins after all) but was tasty - I think we had the bread selection and some sort of cheese and chutney baguette. I remember...More
After walking around the island, which included a stop at the distinctive, massive white and red day mark, we had lunch at this restaurant. It is very poplar so expect some delay at the ordering counter. However, the food is wonderful and worth the wait.
The Polreath's famous Monday Curry evenings are a must when staying on St Martin's - but do be sure to book well in advance, or you will not be able to get a table. Delicious light lunches, too. Quality personal cooking and service with a...More
Aa usual we had a fantastic reception from the team. They catered brilliantly with our unorthodox method of ordering, and paying! But we love it there, and they seem to too. Cream teas - got to be done.
The ham plate was absolutely delicious followed by barm brack. Perfect. Lovely tea room in a fantastic garden with friendly staff. We needed a longer holiday so we could return.
Visitors to St Martins will probably know about the curry night at the Polreath Tea Room so unless you are prepared to spend £50 each way on a water taxi to St Martins for this meal you'll need to stay on the island! Booking is...More
Good cakes and tea. All the food looked good. Staff were friendly. Tearoom was very clean and the garden was beautiful and we'll looked after.