Beech Cafe

Eat, drink and relax at the Beech Cafe near Tavistock in Devon.

Situated in a beauty spot high above the Tamar Valley in Gulworthy, between Tavistock and Gunnislake. The perfect spot to meet up with friends and enjoy a coffee or a fantastic lunch before exploring the trails or experiencing activities.

Cafe Opening Times

Summer Opening: Every day from 10am to 5pm.

Winter opening: Weekends from 10am to 5pm. Weekdays every day except Mondays 10am to 3pm.

Beech Cafe

Beech Cafe

Here at The Beech Café we are passionate and committed to serving you fresh locally sourced produce served simply. We use the best in local Devon and Cornish ingredients in order to bring you a small but exciting menu. All our bread is baked 3 miles away by the fantastic Pepper Street Breads of Bere Alston and we use this along with local ingredients to provide an exciting range of sandwiches such as ham hock and pear piccalilli or Brie, bacon and tomato jam complimented with menu classics like hearty soups, bacon sandwiches and delicious Devon cream Teas!

We are also able to offer you delicious specialty coffees roasted for us by Origin Coffee of Helston, we use their Resolute blend which changes every six months with the coffee growing season. Expect a lighter espresso in the summer and something heartier in the winter. We also have a great selection of tea from Cornish blenders Miles and on hot days why not enjoy one of the great cold bottles drinks that Luscombe’s produce?!

The café is the perfect place to relax after a afternoons walk or a day’s tree surfing!

Relax and enjoy freshly prepared food, yummy cakes and fine teas and coffees.

  • Opening Times

    The Beech Cafe is open every day from 10am except Mondays.

    The Trails are open every day, dawn till dusk throughout the year.

    Tree Surfers activities open at February half term and then every weekend and every school holiday, until November.

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