Stones Bakery

Focusing on quality ingredients and using traditional fermentation techniques, artisan bakery and cafe Stones Bakery on Falmouth’s Old High Street is a must-visit for all of those who adore buttery pastries, blooming sourdough bread and moreish savoury bites. ⁠

Stone’s Bakery started life as a stall at the Falmouth Moor Market, and while owners Rosie and Oliver Kingdon sat outside through the harsh, cold Cornish winters they dreamt of a warm place to bake and sell their goods. And so in 2009, they opened their own shop and bakery on the High Street in Falmouth.

They make bread, cakes, pastries, savoury tarts, muesli, biscuits and crackers. During certain days of the week, they have also been known to offer rustic pizzas and humble breakfasts. Shoppers can buy fresh warm bread right out of the oven. 

Stone’s don’t use any artificial preservatives as their breads keep naturally. They don’t use any artificial additives, flavourings or improvers; only natural ingredients such as nuts, fresh and dried fruit, veg, herbs and spices. All of their doughs have a long fermentation which improves the flavour and keeps the quality of the bread. 

Pop into Stones and delight in purchasing and devouring anything from gooey hazelnut and cherry brownies, Dulce de Leche doughnuts, squash, chard, feta and salsa verde tart, and orange and hazelnut praline swirls. 

You can support their crowdfunder for their Penryn expansion here.

To contact call: 07791 003183

Lizzi loves...

Their pizzas are incredible, I think about them a lot! They’re homemade, hand-stretched and the tomato and mozzarella one is mouth-watering. Their bacon and egg sandwich is the best I have ever eaten and their morning pastries are delicious and affordable.