he Rectory is located in the small rural parish of Morwenstow, overlooking the rugged coastline of North Cornwall.
Built in the 13th Century the house is filled with history; from antique furnishings to slate floors, open fires & original Oak Beams salvaged from the many shipwrecks along the coastline.
The Award Winning Tea Rooms provide not only cream teas, but a varied menu using locally sourced produce where possible, with nearly all food homemade on premises, specializing in homemade scones, cakes, soups, quiche's, chutneys and delicious soups; along with proper Cornish Pasties, Cheeses, Jams, Fish (caught fresh from local waters) and our own Beef & Lamb as available.
The Organic Farm has been worked for Century's producing only quality Cornish Livestock whilst promoting environmental schemes, such as the the Country Side Stewardship in the protection of wild life along the Cornish coastline, and is a site of Special Scientific Interest.
The local Parish is surrounded in history & legend, along with many activities and places to visit such as Hawkers Hut and the church of St. John the Baptist dating back to at least the 9th Century. Legend has theirs even a smugglers tunnel running from the Rectory house to the cliff tops!
The Tearooms are only a 10 minute level walk from the cliffs, offering a spectacular view of the coastline scenery, and for the more energetic their are many paths & trails among the hedgerows of the local parish.