Nothing rivals the smell of a freshly baked bread in the morning, here is our pick of local Bakers to guarantee you a good start to the day:
The Little Bakehouse
Since humble beginnings just two years ago, The Little Bakehouse has had a lot to shout about. Reaching 2nd best Cornish bakery in the Muddy Stilettos awards 2016, the Launceston based bakery specialises in sour dough breads due to the many different health benefits. Come in for a coffee and a cake make with love, care and nothing artificial!
26 Church st, Launceston
St Ives Bakery
Easily identifiable from the tower of meringues in the window, St Ives Bakery is moments away from the bustling harbour of St Ives. The Bakery may be small but is filled to the brim with artisan breads and cakes that sell like hot cakes (pardon the pun). They also supply produce to various local cafés, shops and restaurants.
1 Fore st, St Ives
Stroll into Fowey town centre and be guided into Quay Bakery with the warm smell of freshly baked bread. All of their products are made from scratch, including delicious jam for your scones. Quay Bakery use traditional methods to make each loaf taste great for longer.
37 Fore St, Fowey
The Bosparva Bakery
Visit the Old Foundry Chapel in Hayle and you will come across a delicious new local gem, The Bosparva Bakery. With scrumptious macaroons and signature bakes such as ‘Grey tea and apricot’ bread along with over 50 different sweet and savoury products there is always something new to discover.
The Old Foundry Chapel, Hayle
07837 904 771
The Old Bakery
Perfectly placed in the heart of Cawsand and Kingsand, The Old Bakery is a café, artisan bakery and B&B with style. Originally an old On Monday nights they also make artisan takeaway pizza to order, and run sour dough baking classes throughout Spring and Autumn.
Garrett Street, Cawsand
Residing in Falmouth’s Old High Street, Stones Bakery is a busy hub for locals and visitors alike. From classic sourdough loaves to decadent mini chocolate and caramel tarts, the ethos here is small batches and high quality. Stones make all of their dough using a long fermenting process which naturally improves flavours, and means the bread will last longer without adding artificial preservatives. What makes this bakery so unique is the short journey each loaf makes from the kitchen at the back, to the café at the front. You can’t get much more local than that.
28a Hist St. Falmouth,
End your morning of golf with a cake, and a coffee at The Bakery. A popular café and bakery that will meet all of your needs, whether they be sweet or savoury, hot or cold. The Bakery also offer loyalty cards so it’s well worth coming back for more!
12 Queen St, Bude
Baker Tom’s Bread
Recent winner of Muddy Stilettos award for Best Bakery, Baker Tom’s produce can be found in Truro, Wadebridge, Falmouth and at the Bakery Café and shop in Pool. They use traditional methods to bake speciality breads, pastries and cakes with organic ingredients. Baker Tom’s Bread has also just had their 10th birthday and will be running competitions to celebrate.
11 Wilson Way, Pool, Redruth