Cafe

Docton Mill Gardens & Tea Rooms

18 locals recommend ·

Tips from locals

Celina
Celina
August 11, 2021
Beautiful and relaxing Day out
Anna
Anna
August 6, 2021
Gardens and light refreshments
Laura
Laura
May 10, 2021
Docton Mill Wild Flower Gardens are located 12miles from Sutcombe, offering the opportunity to to enjoy afternoon tea in the renovated Mill tearooms, and wander through the renovated Gardens with extensive planting, creation of a Bog Garden, a Magnolia Garden with large Herbaceous borders, Woodland…
Chris & Sylvia
Chris & Sylvia
December 27, 2020
Drive direct, or park at Hartland Quay and take a lovely walk along the South West Coast Path via the waterfall before turning inland for a tour of the gardens and a scrumptious Devon Cream Tea!
Rosie
Rosie
July 31, 2020
Set in beautiful countryside, only about 2 miles from my annexe

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“This lovely coffee shop is in our village so just a 2 minute walk from your caravan and you can enjoy everything from their fantastic home made cakes to your favourite coffee. If you have a celebration they are more than happy for you to order a cake too!”
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Location
Hartland, England EX39 6EA
Phone+44 1237 441369