Had a great breakfast after a sound night's sleep in the shepherd's hut. What a perfect way to start our day.
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Well and truly tucked away in the most beautiful countryside, we approached in spring-time through a mass of bluebells in those beautiful Dorset hills. The cafe is in a beautiful cottage garden, superbly set out. Superb wide ranging and inventive menu, with food presented really...More
Had read about this place previously and saw the sign post to it on the coastal path between West Bay and Seatown. The half mile diversion was well worth it. It was 3pm and time for tea and a scone with jam and clotted cream....More
When I travel in England, first thing I ask google is 'best cream tea' in the area!! I am a foodie and one of my loves is a decent scone. I am not talking about craggy, stick to the roof of the mouth offerings you...More
Here as a group for cream teas. The scones were disappointing to say the least. Being in the country, I was surprised that they don't keep cakes covered against the flies. Wouldn't rush to go again.
A fantastic place to eat from 10 till 6. A tremendous variety of food and all from the farm, local and home made. Wonderful views and amazing service. A place to get lost and be overwhelmed with enjoyment. A place to make a gastronomic pilgrimage.
Every year we do the walk up the cliff to this cafe especially for the amazing Welsh Rarebit. This year we added a cream tea which was gorgeous and our children had jam sandwiches on the freshest bloomer bread. Plates cleaned we then needed to...More
After a strenuous walk across the Dorset coastal path we came across a signpost for this wonderful place. It was well worth the walk to find this gem in the Dorset hills a little off the beaten track. The location should not put you off...More
We first found Downhouse Farm about 6 years ago - you could camp there then but they've stopped doing that now. However, you can still stay there in a shepherd's bothy. This time we walked there from West Bay, about 2.5 miles along the coast...More