The Cornish Mill and Bakehouse

The Cornish Mill and Bakehouse is a family farming enterprise, winners of the Duke of Cornwall Award 2011, producing home grown and milled flour and a fine range of breads, cakes, biscuits, pasties (using their own meat), pies and a gluten free range.


Made using home grown and milled flour for wholemeal, sourdough, plait, cob, soda bread, spelt and speciality loaves and rolls.

Cornish Pasties and Pies

Traditional Cornish steak pasties, Minced beef and onion puff, Sausage rolls, Pork pie,
Pork and apple round (pork, apple and onion rolled in bread with cheese over the top),
Lamb and mint puff, Cheese and bacon roll, Vegetable pasty (potato, swede and onion),
Cheese and vegetable pasty,Cheese and onion puff, Spinach and feta cheese roll.

Cakes and Buns

Fresh Drizzle Cakes, Sweet pastries, Tea Time Classics,
Sponge and Sweet Slices, Flapjacks, Danish pastries, Bread pudding


Free range eggs.


Trescowthick Farm, St Newlyn East, Newquay, Cornwall, TR8 5NS


50.3798692, -5.0725012


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  1. May I say that your Plymouth cafe is very popular. The staff are always polite, the place is kept very…

  2. We always buy your products from the The Baker’s Dozen tea shop in Cubert when holidaying in Holywell. The breakfast…

  3. We use the shop regularly, and the vegetables and fruit are wonderful and fresh. Owners are always helpful and knowledgeable.…

2 reviews for “The Cornish Mill and Bakehouse

  1. Andrew Forrest

    I buy your bread from the veg shop in Goonhavern. I come all the way from St Agnes to buy your produce. best bread in Cornwall

  2. M & A Daniels

    We always buy your products from the The Baker’s Dozen tea shop in Cubert when holidaying in Holywell. The breakfast pies, sausage rolls and pasties are wonderful, (my favourite being the chicken & cream cheese pasty). The bread and bread flour is very good. The cakes are a real treat with my number one choice this year: the Heava/Heavy Cake – I asked the very helpful Daniel to get me 5 to bring home at the end of our holiday with clotted cream & jam for my neighbours, (I have no idea how Heava cake is meant to be eaten, but sliced and slathered in cream with jam is utterly scrumptious).

    The Baker’s Dozen is a little gem with places to sit to enjoy coffee/tea while eating hot snacks or cake, plus there’s a large range of home reared meats with eggs, vegetables, bread, dairy products and even plants to purchase.

    See you again next year.

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