It’s National Cream Tea Day on Friday and we want you to vote for the best cream tea in North Devon.
It’s National Cream Tea Day on Friday – and we want to know your favourite place for a proper Devon cream tea.
Freshly-baked, warm scones, a slather of thick clotted cream and a delicious dollop of sweet, strawberry jam – it really don’t get much better than that.
But whether you’re a cream first kind of person (the best kind), or a jam-first traitor, we want to know you’re favourite place for a North Devon cream tea.
We asked our Facebook followers to tell us their recommendations, and we’ve whittled it down to the following shortlist – and now it’s your turn to vote!
Place your votes on our poll below (and scroll down to see the full shortlist), and we’ll be revealing the winner after the vote closes on Friday.
Mother Meldrum’s at The Valley of the Rocks, Lynton
Tea on the Green, Westward Ho!
Merry Harriers, Woolsery
RHS Garden Rosemoor, Great Torrington
Fremington Quay Café, Fremington
Marwood Hill Gardens, Marwood
Sandleigh Tea Rooms, Croyde
Hele Corn Mill and Tea Rooms, Ilfracombe
Velvet and Vanilla, Bideford
Tea by The Taw, Barnstaple
Great British Tea Room, St James’ Place
Also nominated were:
The Commodore Hotel, Ilfracombe
Farmhouse Cream Tea at Barton Farm, Stoke
The Coffee Mill, Lynmouth
Swiss Cottage Café, Ilfracombe
St John’s Garden Centre, Barnstaple
Watersmeet Hotel, Woolacombe
Docton Mill Gardens
The Riverside, Braunton
Cadenza Alpacas, Little Torrington
Johns of Instow and Appledore
The Puffing Billy, Torrington
The Pier House, Westward Ho!
The Corn Dolly, South Molton
Brown’s of Torrington
The Cream Tea Café, Barnstaple
Tea on the Lawn, Hope Cottage, High Bickington
Old Farmhouse Kitchen and Tea Room, High Bullen
Smugglers Cottage, Lee Bay,
Hinam Farm, near Dulverton
Watersmeet Café, Lynmouth
The Hoops Inn, near Bideford
The Old Bakery Coffee Shop, Hartland
The Red Barn, Woolacombe
Check back on Friday to see who has been crowned the best cream tea in North Devon!