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Sunfish Cuisine

Sunfish Cuisine is run by the team from Ilfracombe’s Relish Bar and Bistro and offers freshly prepared, ready to eat picnic hampers for those who like to dine al fresco. Choose from one of our specially designed hampers or create your own using our easy-to-use online shop. Picnic hampers can be collected from our Ilfracombe base at Relish on Fore Street or we deliver to surrounding areas for a small charge.

Trade Fayre

Ilfracombe’s only Fair Trade shop, selling unusual, handcrafted gifts and goods from all over the world. We sell all kinds of fair trade gifts such as mirrors, scarves, jewellery, bags, toys, kitchen and homeware items, beauty products and a range of fair trade groceries. We also serve fair trade teas, coffees and hot chocolate in our WiFi Lounge area.

 

The Miller’s Wife Tearoom

The Miller’s Wife tearoom offers a tempting selection of mill-made cakes and cream teas, including Devonshire splits for a truly traditional experience.   We also offer Gluten Free options. Mill open to visitors, children’s quizzes and puzzles for all.

Nelly Mays Parlour

A quaint Devonshire tearoom conveniently situated on the High Street, serving breakfasts, lunch, coffee cream or afternoon tea or homemade cake. The Artisan bread is made daily on the premises, all homemade cakes and scones are made with organic flour and free range eggs and the jams and marmalades are also homemade. They try to source our produce locally and use fresh quality ingredients where possible.

Fix Ilfracombe

FIX is a coffee shop in the heart of Ilfracombe serving freshly ground coffee and delicious food, all day.

  • 01271 267453
  • 6 The Candar
    Fore Street
    Ilfracombe
    North Devon EX34 9DS
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Chambercombe Manor

A Norman manor house within it’s own grounds, dating back to the 11th century and recorded in the Domesday Book. Said to be one of the most haunted buildings in …

A Norman manor house within it’s own grounds, dating back to the 11th century and recorded in the Domesday Book. Said to be one of the most haunted buildings in the Britain, it contains eight rooms of period furniture from Elizabethan to Victorian, including a Priest hole, barrel ceiling and the infamous Haunted Room. There are over four acres of beautiful gardens and the tearoom offers morning coffee, light lunches and cream teas. Group bookings are welcomed.