Carriages Restaurant

Carriages Restaurant, Trelawney

Visit Carriages Restaurant where every appetite is catered for! Exciting new menus for 2020!

For breakfast, why not have a full English, or treat yourself to something off our new menu like Crushed Avocado, free-range poached egg on a toasted bloomer or ‘The Breakfast Sundae’ – homemade fruit and nut granola, natural yoghurt, summer berry compote and fresh berries.

Breakfast served from 9am-11am (10am on Sundays)

Lunch including Trelawney's popular Roast, a choice of 2 every day. These change daily so please give us a call and we would be happy to let you know what’s on the menu that day. Served from 12mid day till 2.30pm
Our brand-new menu also includes Salads, Baked potatoes, Paninis, Baguettes all freshly made to order served until 3.30pm.
We also have a Children's menu (for under 12’s) Picnic bags, Fish Goujons, pizza, mac n cheese with garlic bread.
If you're looking for something sweet, why not try our freshly baked scones, served with local Cornish clotted cream and jam to create the best "Cornish Cream Tea" around.

Our chefs also bake a fine selection of cakes, Chocolate Brownies, Shortbread, Bakewell, carrot cake...the list is endless! Our Patisserie Chef's homemade lemon méringue pie is a must.
We also cater for Gluten Free and Vegans and can meet dietary needs on request.

We pride ourselves on good food and friendly service and look forward to welcoming you.


  • Baby changing facilities
  • Free WIFI
  • Pushchair Accessible

Contact Details

Address: Trewlawney Garden Centre, Sladesbridge, Wadebridge, Cornwall, PL27 6JA

Tel: 01208 893 030

To submit a query, please CLICK HERE

Opening Times

COVID-19 Update:  This restaurant is now closed.

Monday - Saturday: 8.30am - 5pm

Sunday: 10am - 4pm



Helen Symons
Helen Symons
Restaurant Manager

Garden Centre

Trelawney Garden Centre

Trelawney Garden Centre

Trelawney Garden Centre, situated just outside Wadebridge on the A389, was founded in 1970 by Frank and Marion Danning as a small nursery supplying home grown fruit, vegetables and flowers from a roadside stall to local customers as they passed by. As time progressed, the business flourished and with the help of son David who joined straight from school and David Symons, who started working for the family at the age of 11, Trelawney Nurseries gradually became Trelawney Garden Centre as the range of goods stocked widened to provide for all gardening needs. The business which became renowned…
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