Healeys open new tea room with sweet and savoury scone range

Healeys sweet and savoury scones


Award-winning Healeys Cyder Farm has launched a brand new range of scone recipes to celebrate the opening of its new tea room.

With few things more British than scones and tea in the fresh air, it’s no surprise that due to the success of the Farms scones (2000 made each day) the team at Healeys have had to expand, creating a new tea room in the heart of the farms original 170 year old courtyard.

Following the conversion of one the farms old barns into the new rustic-style team room, the kitchen team has developed three delicious varieties of scones for visitors to enjoy this summer:

  • Apple scones and Healeys’ scrumpy apple & bramble jam topped off with Trewithen Dairy clotted cream. With an orchard full of tasty fresh apples, it’s fitting that an apple scone should start the trio. This delicately flavoured scone recipe is adapted with a secret twist.
  • Cheese scones with Healeys’ own scrumpy apple chutney and Trewithen Dairy crème fraiche. These tasty savoury treats are created in the farm kitchen using Davidstow cheddar from north Cornwall and baked to the Healey family recipe.
  • The Traditional Healeys scones served with local Trewithen Dairy golden clotted cream and Healey’s homemade strawberry jam – which goes before the cream, naturally. This classic family recipe is one of the best in the South West.

Those who can’t decide can go for the Scone Sharing Platter for Two – get a taste of everything and don’t miss out on a single flavour. What’s more, you can spice up your cream tea with a cheeky tipple. Round off afternoon tea with a half of Classic Reserve Cyder in the sunny courtyard as spring gives way to summer.

Kay Healey says: “Everything we create here in the farmhouse kitchen is loved by visitors because it’s an original recipe all made on site. Our authentic family recipes have been tried and tested over generations. We’re proud to use local ingredients or those we grow on the farm ourselves.”


Enjoy our famous traditional Cream Teas and scones by visiting us at the Cyder Farm near Newquay, Cornwall.

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  1. Joanne Gibbs

    Hi. I was wondering if you ever give out the recipe for your savoury scones. We visited the tea shop a couple of weeks ago and the savoury scones were simply the best. Would understand if it’s a secret recipe, but thought I’d ask just in case! Thank you in anticipation.

    Jul 19, 2017 @ 10:55 am