The Bridge House is a quaint and lovely tearoom on the main road that runs through Boscastle. The chips are always fresh, the soup choices are amazing and staff are always ever so friendly! 10 out of 10!
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We stopped here for a quick bite during our travels around Cornwall and immediately wished we were staying in Boscastle for longer! It's such a beautiful place and Bridge House is right in the heart of the village. Tracy and her team made us feel...More
Had a spot of lunch and a hot cup of tea before walking up to the harbour on a blustery rainy day. (good old British summertime!) Very friendly staff, food arrived quickly and was great. Would like to see vegan options on menu. Very busy,...More
We stopped at the Bridge House for an afternoon coffee and sandwich having been drawn there due to the sun creating a lovely al-fresco sun trap. The staff were friendly and efficient and the Tea room provided a very extensive menu. Very reasonably priced and...More
Fancied somewhere for lunch to make a change from pasties! Lots of choice in Boscastle but liked the look of the courtyard garden with good selection of meals. We had a soup and sandwich and jacket potato with chilli. Very nice.
went to this restaurant ordered some drinks plus fish fingers and chips for my grandson,we waited some time for the food,when it arrived i could not believe the state of the chips,they were brunt and full of grease,the waitress was spoken to about them,and she...More
We visited Boscastle and after the journey from Newquay via Charlestown we were ready for a cake and coffee and the Bridge House was just the place to unwind and enjoy Cornish hospitality. A wide array of things to eat and enjoy. I enjoyed a...More
Tried breakfast here. Didn't spot it on the menu but they did gluten free toast when I asked for it. Good sized portions and quality ingredients...kept us going on our trek across the cliffs!