Stunning views, Napoleonic forts, rare wildlife and superb coastal walks – a visit to Berry Head has something for everyone (even before trying our fabulous food)!
The Berry Head fort was built at the very start of the 19th century, to protect a battery of guns on the end of the headland. There has been a tea room in the Guardhouse for over 100 years but a modern extension in 2008 created the current light and airy cafe, which can seat 40 guests, with lots of space on wooden tables and picnic blankets outside in warm weather.
We serve a range of local, home-made hot and cold food, quality coffee and Teapigs tea, alcoholic and soft drinks - and of course the famous Guardhouse Cream Teas! Our specials board changes seasonally and features unusual but delicious home-made food. Our cakes and brownies are made by local ladies.