Horner Tea Gardens

Horner Tea Gardens
Cafe and coffee shop in Horner
Horner, Minehead, Somerset, TA24 8HY
Opening hours: 11:00 - 16:00 (Mon - Sun)
 Vegetarian  Gluten Free  Open Sunday

The cherry Bakewell slice and carrot cake were just the ticket when passing through on our Somerset coastal ride


Open from 11 lunch options include jacket potatoes, toasties and sandwiches, all served with crisps and a side salad. Additionally there’s a great selection of homemade cakes and tray-bakes and cream teas too


Cappuccino (£2.50), tea (£2,00), tray-bakes (from £1.95), cakes (from £2.50), sandwiches (from £6.25), paninis (from £6.25), jacket potatoes (from £7.25), ploughman’s (£10.25), cream tea (£5.95), toasted teacake (£2.50), soft drinks (£1.50)


With dedicated bike racking in their enclosed garden, it's the perfect pitstop


Groups of all sizes will have no trouble finding space here, there's lots of seating outdoors with a good number of tables too inside (located just to the left of the counter)


We’re just 3 miles south of the pretty coastal village of Porlock Weir and 7 miles east of Dunster with it’s famous 11th century castle. Once refuelled why not continue around the coast west towards Lynton & Lynmouth with it’s funicular railway and onto Combe Martin and Ilfracombe?

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Tucked away within the National Trust’s Holnicote Estate, a mix of moorland, woods and coastline is a superb cafe, popular amongst walkers and cyclists alike, just a short cycle from pretty Porlock, Minehead and Dunster Castle.

Cakes on the counter range from a fruit, coffee & walnut, Victoria sponge, lemon drizzle, carrot (pictured) or double chocolate, with tray-bakes including a yogurt flapjack, millionaire shortbread and an extremely tasty cherry Bakewell slice (pictured)! There’s also a reasonably priced and popular cream tea available too at £5.95.

For those looking for something savoury there’s a great selection of jacket potatoes, sandwiches and toasties with varying fillings too. The ‘Horner Ploughman’s’ although large is our recommendation and comes complete with Somerset cheddar, honey glazed ham, thick crusty bread plus a range of salad items and local chutney.

Out in their sheltered garden is plenty of seating for cycling groups of all sizes, complete with racking for your bikes. Inside too there’s a good number of tables and at weekends you can be sure to find great company from like-minded cyclists exploring the area on two wheels.

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