The Miller's Wife's Tea Room
Four times winner of Devon Life's Best Tearoom award, our tearoom is the perfect place to enjoy a traditional Devonshire cream tea.
All items in our tearoom are baked by the miller's wife on the premises. The selection changes each day, but features predominantly a tempting selection of mill-made cakes, many of which are baked with stoneground flour from our water mill.
Our cosy tearoom seats 25, and we have room for 45 in our picturesque tea garden with views of the water wheel. There's space for children to play and take part in our games and challenges, giving you time to sit back and enjoy your cream tea.
We have a range of cream teas available; as well as fruit or plain scones, we also offer Devonshire splits for a truly traditional cream tea experience.
If you'd like something a bit different, try our thunder and lightning (scones with clotted cream and golden syrup) or our savoury cream tea (cheese scones served with cream cheese and our prize-winning caramelised onion marmalade)!
Our selection of cakes changes daily. Follow us on Facebook for the day's treats!
Here are some of our favourites... (Click for a bigger picture)
If you're joining us for lunch, we offer locally produced pasties made with our own flour, homemade sandwiches, soup, and savoury cream teas.
If you're planning something special, an afternoon tea at Hele Corn Mill & Tea Room is the perfect treat.
From afternoon tea for two, to high tea for a group, or scones and sandwiches for your party, we've got something for all occasions.
25th May - 3rd June: Open every day, 11am-5pm
Our opening times vary throughout the season. Please see our full opening times for more information.
We always endeavour to have at least one gluten-free cake available.
Where time allows, we can bake gluten-free, dairy-free and vegan scones to order.
If you have a special dietary requirement, please contact us at least 24 hours in advance and the miller's wife will bake something for your visit!
We only serve Rainforest Alliance approved tea. That means it was grown sustainably by people who are paid well.