Chocolate Cream tea by the Waymarker

Truly Bloggable Cream Tea

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We like to think our cream tea at The Waymarker is an experience to boast about and its great to see that so many of our visitors feel the same! So much so that a quarter of our TripAdvisor content is dedicated to Cream Tea reviews.
The combination of homemade square-shaped scones, Boddingtons of Mevagissey strawberry jam and Roddas Cornish clotted cream all served on a Cornish slate means that our customers, from far and wide, are getting a real Cornish cream tea experience. Our presentation with fresh fruit decoration makes for a high frequency of food photography distraction before the customers get around to spreading the jam and cream onto our warm scones.
Waymarker square scone cinnamon and sultana

Tea Witty bloggers Kate and Paul have been travelling around the world, exploring tea plantations and sourcing healthy loose leaf tea. Just some of the places they have visited so far include India, the Netherlands, the Czech Republic, Austria, Romania and Bulgaria.
They stopped by on their visit to Cornwall and experienced a Waymarker cream tea. Much to our delight, we were featured on their brew-based blog with a rather humbling review, claiming that our scones were the best they’d “ever had the pleasure of tasting.” http://teawitty.com/tea-rooms-of-the-world-the-waymarker-cornwall-uk/
Tea Whitty cream tea photo at the waymarker
Meanwhile, Beachspoke, a blog dedicated to delightful self-catered accommodation in Cornwall and the Cotswolds listed their favourite places to get traditional Cornish grub and named us as one of their favourite spots for a cream tea! http://www.beachspoke.com/cornish-eats/
As well as being named by holidaylettings.co.uk as one of the best places for Cornish clotted cream in their ’10 top UK dishes and the best places to try them’ list.

Its great having travel bloggers document their time with us and Roaming Required gave us an enthusiastic mention of what they thought of our cream tea whilst on their travels. http://www.roamingrequired.com/the-month-that-was-march

Potluck Cornwall decided to test The Waymarker out for one of their “Chat and Eat Nights”. Rachel Hammond aka @whatracheldidnext reviewed her experience at The Waymarker as “The Cream Tea of Champions”. http://www.potluckcornwall.co.uk/blog/the-cream-tea-of-champions. Potluck is a great informal way to meet people and enjoy great food, we encourage this at The Waymarker, aiming to make each customer completely comfortable and at home in our charming location, enjoying great food.
Potluck Cornwall afternoon tea
Another lovely lady who we had the pleasure to meet was ‘Action Nan’, an inspirational lady named Pat who has walked the coastal paths in support the RNLI. Action Nan was invited by her daughter in law to sample one of Potluck Cornwall’s get togethers with us at The Waymarker. http://www.bosinver.co.uk/action-nan-potluck-cornwall-discovering-the-best-of-cornwalls-hidden-foodie-delights

“My first evening was at The Waymarker café at Constantine, run by the exuberant (and Mary Berry contender for cake baker extraordinaire) Rhiannon Mann and her partner. In the middle of nowhere on her Dad’s farm, Rhiannon has created a lovely space where she makes and serves wonderful food. We sampled a cream tea special and it was absolutely top notch. Debates over cream or jam first were compulsory and I loved every minute.” – Action Nan

Continue to let us know what you think after your visit to The Waymarker and share on social media. If you love reading about Cream Tea adventures why not join in with #creamteahour on twitter every Thursday evening 8-9pm to have your say!


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