Lovely, peaceful, tranquil spot for a nice pot of tea in the immaculately kept gardens listening to a man play the piano. Cockington is well worth a visit and Rose Cottage is a must.
这家餐厅提供免费 Wifi 吗？
We visited this quaint village and decided to visit the tea rooms for a bite to eat! Plenty of seating and the pianist in the bandstand was magical. Baguettes and scones were delicious. Would definitely recommend this place for a relaxing lunch or cream tea. Will be visiting again when next in Torquay!
Location couldn't be more idyllic, piano player is superb, but unfortunately the food consistently lets this place down. Given the location this place should be a Mecca for cream teas but it just does not deliver. The menu is uninspiring, the food is poorly presented and bland. The scones didn't even taste homemade. Shame as it has so much potential.
Lovely tea room set by a stunning old thatched cottage and set in lovely large manicured gardens. Cream tea was superb (but would have preferred fruit scones to plain), scones were huge and there was plenty of jam and thick clotted cream. To cap it all there was a pianist playing in the garden. Lovely experience and good prices too,... 更多
An excellent place to eat if you are visiting Cockington. Very reasonable prices. Lovely garden to sit outside on a lovely day. The portions are extremely generous and the staff friendly and helpful
Went here for a cream tea. After I had ordered I noticed I had been overcharged and went back to the counter. Then man serving tried to deny I had but I pointed out the price on the menu and with a roll of his eyes he refunded me. Five minutes later he came to our table and gave us... 更多
I live close to Cockington and had family & friends visiting so thought I'd take them for a cream tea. Big mistake. The setting is beautiful but the service was awful, just awful and that's from the owner and his wife. Shameful actually, and what an impression to give to people visiting this lovely place.
Cream tea / sandwiches here - scones seemed stale served by an old woman with a face to kill. Thank goodness for the piano player but best to avoid.