Just down the road from Polgoon via pretty, winding, country lanes, you’ll find Tremenheere Kitchen at the heart of Tremenheere Sculpture Gardens.

The gardens are set in a beautiful, sheltered valley overlooking St Michael’s Mount; the woods, stream and dramatic vistas providing the perfect setting for large-scale exotic and sub-tropical planting. Interwoven with the planting is an evolving collection of contemporary artwork by internationally renowned artists such as James Turrell, David Nash and Richard Long, who have created site-specific permanent work that harmonise with the landscape.

Tremenheere Kitchen first opened its doors in March 2015 and it’s been popular with locals and holiday-makers ever since. It’s a family run business with a passion for good, honest, Cornish food and relaxed dining. They pride themselves on making everything in-house, from delicious freshly baked breads to scrummy cakes and scones; even the spicy ketchup is homemade!

Visit for breakfast, lunch or dinner. There’s nothing better than Sunday brunch at Tremenheere Kitchen!

​By day you can indulge in a chilled glass of Polgoon wine and a freshly prepared lunch from the seasonal menu, whilst taking in views of St Micheal’s Mount from the covered terrace.  Or perhaps enjoy some late afternoon sunshine with a pot of Cornish tea and homemade scones smothered in clotted cream and jam (jam first by the way!) 

Relax in the sunshine.
Enjoy views of St Michael’s Mount from the garden.

By night relax by the cosy log burner and tuck into a delicious supper of day boat caught Newlyn fish – perfect with a glass of our bacchus white wine. The food here is consistently good and so the restaurant is always popular – we strongly advise you book a table to avoid disappointment!

Local artists provide the artwork in the light and bright restaurant..

We can’t recommend a trip to Tremenheere enough. Make it one of your ‘must-see’ moments if you’re visiting West Cornwall this year.

Check the websites for Garden and Kitchen opening times.