Occupying one of the most beautiful Georgian buildings in the town, Dolly's serves tea and homemade cakes by day. By night, the relaxed venue transforms into a stylish wine bar, serving cocktails, wine, scores of gins and tapas.
Visit Dolly's website for more photos and contact details.
Described on its website as a "Vintage Eaterie and Boozery" this little gem in the heart of Truro city serves high tea, hot savoury tapas, cupcakes, macaroons and all number of fruity, tasty, refreshing cocktails.
The beautiful surroundings of the cafe include vintage typewriters and cameras, tiered cake stands, crystal glassware and bone china tea sets.
Visit Bone China's website for special offers and a full menu.
Stepper Point offers far-reaching views along the Camel Estuary and up the coast. Its dramatic landscape, wildlife-rich farmland, and extensive seaviews feature in Poldark.
After you've snapped some photos (don't forget to share them as part of the #CornwallPhotoTreasureHunt), you can rest a while (see what we did there?) in the tea room, nestled in the countryside.
Originally an old mining stable, this granite stone building on the headland at Bedruthan Steps serves locally sourced produce and freshly baked lunches, cream teas, and cakes. After you've walked the headland, braced the winds, and witnessed the power of the waves crashing on the rocks, you'll have earned a cuppa.
Visit the website for Carnewas Tea Rooms for photos, directions and more on what's available.
This pretty little tea hut nestles in lush green gardens on the banks of the River Fal. It sits opposite the historic church and gardens of St Just in Roseland, offering the perfect refreshment after you've walked the gentle footpath to St Mawes and back.
Make your way down the 133 steps to this privately owned beach in Newquay, and you'll discover a world of lazy cocktails, late lunches and seaside suppers.
See the full menu here and start choosing your first cocktail!
You'll feel like you've fallen down the rabbit hole when you discover this little gem, tucked away under the trees in 650 acres of scenic woodland. The food is made using fresh local ingredients, scones and cakes are baked daily, and you'll always receive a warm welcome from the family who run the Woods Cafe.
See what we mean by visiting the Woods Cafe website here - it's well worth a look.
Hopefully there's something here to whet your appetite, whether you want to try something fruity with a kick or something freshly baked and traditional.
We can offer plenty of other tips on the best places to visit in Cornwall next time you visit, so book now and start planning your food tour of the county well in advance.