The cafe is open again, serving food and drink outside on the cafe terrace only.
To enable social distancing in our kitchen and to minimise touch points we will be serving a slightly restricted menu in compostable street food boxes which you can enjoy on our garden terrace or take away into the garden.
Please note, all visits to the cafe and shops must be as part of a pre-booked garden visit, to comply with the government's track and trace programme.
When placing an order in the cafe, you must find table outside and have your table number to hand when ordering at the till.
We are not currently taking any cafe bookings or reservations - you are welcome to use the cafe at your leisure during your visit to Trebah.
Fresh, nutritious, sustainable, inclusive & ethical
At Trebah Kitchen, our meals always include fresh fruit and vegetables, whole grains and seeds. We like to use herbs and spices to flavour, rather than salt. Where possible we use healthy oils, rather than butter and fats, and all fats are low saturated.
We engage with suppliers from the immediate community. We use local seasonal ingredients, our meats are ethically reared, fish is always sustainable and our eggs are free range.
We strive to be aware of, and make provision for, as wide a variety of dietary requirements as possible.
We hope that our marketing reflects and emphasises our ethos and above all we do our utmost to be honest.
Our Boathouse Beach Cafe is situated on Trebah's stunning private beach, where our garden meets the Helford River.
Originally built by Donald Healey, motor racing driver and designer of Healey cars, to store his boats whilst he lived at Trebah from 1961-71.
It is now used for serving freshly ground ethically sourced coffee from local supplier Origin, as well as very delicious ice cream from Roskilly's, made on the other side of the river.