Sunning Ourselves at Sandleigh Tea Rooms, Croyde, Devon

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During our summer stay in the lovely ‘Getaway’ at Freshwell Camping in Croyde we explored the area and made the most of being right on top of the gorgeous North Devon coastline.

After a lovely walk along the North Devon coastline to Baggy Point, Nathan and I were in need of some refreshments. We stopped off at the nearby National Trust’s Sandleigh Tea Rooms and enjoyed some cold soft drinks – just what we needed in the hot summer heat.

We sat outside in the gardens which were full of bloomingly beautiful borders and had lots of gorgeous flowers. It was quite busy on our visit and lots of people were clearly enjoying some tasty food and drink whilst making the most of the summer sun.

I would like to pop back to the Sandleigh Tea Rooms another day when we are in Croyde as it was a lovely place to sit outside in the gardens and the food looked really tasty! I bet a cream tea here would go down a treat!


45 Responses

  1. How fabulous that you’ve stumbled upon such a pretty little tea house while hiking on the coast? The garden is so beautiful, and you were lucky to catch all the flowers in full bloom. Lovely place for a cup of tea and cake!

  2. Wow, this place is so beautiful and honestly, I wan to visit this to see all those beautiful flowers and to have a simple way of relaxation.

  3. I love Croyde. My OH parents live just over half an hour away so always try and visit when we’re staying with them. Fab pictures! Thanks for sharing – will have to try those tea rooms next time we visit. ????

  4. These pictures really make me want to go Back to UK as I just realised I did not cover so many interesting hidden gems such as Devon. The Freshwell Camping in Coryde is really something I should consider doing as most of my accomodation is in hotel. I seriously need to experience others type of accomodation. Thanks for your inspiration.

  5. After seeing these gorgeous pics, relaxing by a beautiful garden sounds perfect right about now. I’m in the UK once per year and haven’t visited Devon yet.

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