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Potager Garden and Glasshouse Cafe

Gardens don't get much more chilled out than this; laze in a hammock, take a snooze among the trees or take tea in the glasshouse. Potager was selected for Alistair Sawdays' 'Slow England' guide for its uniquely calm atmosphere - soak it up and enjoy the beautiful, relaxed surroundings. If you are careful with your carbon footprint and arrive on foot, bike or on the bus, entry is free to the garden!

Potager Garden and Glasshouse Cafe
High Cross
Constantine
FALMOUTH
Cornwall
TR11 5RF

Telephone

01326 341258

5 Stars

Aug 2015

Wholesome food and hammocks

The food which is all local (mostly grown on site) and vegetarian is always incredible. The cakes are excellent and the grounds really top it off. Kids love it here, there is so much to play with and the hammocks are pretty good after a fill of frittata, tea and cake. Couldn't recommend it enough

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5 Stars

Jun 2013

Mr and Mrs Cave

One of my favourite spots

Such a lovely setting and the food is excellent. As a meat eater I love their superb vegetarian breakfasts.

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4 Stars

Sep 2012

Mrs Binns

A friend saw the Potager Garden & Glasshouse Cafe reviewed in the Telegraph so we paid it a visit. Very pleasantly surprised. Idyllic location, refreshingly non-commercial, rambling garden areas with traditional games you can play, and a very pleasant organic cafe for refreshments and light lunches.
Well worth finding.

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4 Stars

May 2011

Warren Family

Potager Opening Times

Potager is a wonderful 'experience' and the food and atmosphere are great! Please, however, do take note of the opening times! It is open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays from about 10 a.m. and evening meals are served only on Fridays.

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4 Stars

Jun 2010

Mr Whitehorn

Alternative Sunday Lunch

If you like weekend lunches to be long and laid back then try this place. The vegetarian menu is simple but delicious - truly 'just picked from the garden' freshness - and then find a sunny corner to while away the afternoon in this peaceful oasis. A hidden gem but restricted opening so check times.

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