Trevaskis Farm

Tucked away in the countryside close to Hayle, Trevaskis Farm and Farmhouse Kitchen is a working farm open to the public and a countryside restaurant. Their excellent farm shop is always wonderfully stocked with local cheeses, bread, cakes, chocolate, beer, wine, cider, fish and meat.

Originally opened as a tearoom, the Farmhouse Kitchen at Trevaskis Farm reopened in 2006, unveiling a brand new extended restaurant as well as the farm being firmly established as a key educational resource in the South West. Since then it has gained a reputation for its large-portion desserts and plentiful plates.

Having spent the last 30 years dedicated to producing only the freshest and heartiest meals from their farm produce, the Farmhouse Kitchen Restaurant has earned an unrivaled reputation and is a must for all food lovers.

Renowned for their generous portions, all of their meals are produced from high quality and local ingredients from their own butchers and fruit and vegetables from the farm or trusted Cornish suppliers.

The restaurant is open all day serving breakfast in the morning, a range of hot and cold meals, coffee and cake at lunchtime, and an a la carte menu during the evening plus their renowned Trevaskis roasts on Sunday. 

With 28 acres of land, Trevaskis the place to go to pick your own fresh produce in Cornwall. From loganberries to gooseberries, apples to beans, peas, raspberries, and strawberries visitors will leave with a basked pilled high. Entrance is free so you will only pay for what you put in your basket, and the weather is never a problem due to the polytunnel covering and trees which provide shelter from the coastal wind and temperamental weather.