The Lost Gardens of Heligan reopens The Steward's House

The Lost Gardens of Heligan reopens The Steward’s House

The Lost Gardens of Heligan reopens The Steward’s House

Date Posted: 23 Sep 2022

The Steward’s House, a beautiful, listed building located in the middle of The Lost Gardens of Heligan, the popular gardens nears Mevagissey, has reopened as a charming eatery after a full refurbishment project.




The perfect place to enjoy breakfast before a walk around the expansive gardens, or a lunch-time pit-stop, the emphasis in The Steward’s House is to relax in a wonderful setting surrounded by the blooms of the garden.

As the nights draw in, and the candles and fire are lit, there is no better place to cosy up with a warming soup or cup of Cornish tea. Alternatively, on a summer’s day diners can spill out from the conservatory onto the garden


The menu is full of Heligan’s favourite dishes – with the ingredients sourced from their own Productive Gardens, just a short walk from the kitchens, the field to fork measurement is a matter of metres. Open from 9am until 5pm, enjoy a hearty Heligan breakfast roll or take a leisurely lunch and graze on a Cornish cheese plate or heritage tomato and Cornish Yarg salad. Breakfast is served from 9-11:30am, while the lunch menu runs from 12 until 3pm.



The Lost Gardens of Heligan is a member of The Great Gardens of Cornwall, a group of the finest Cornwall gardens. There’s over 200 acres to be explored, where visitors will appreciate wildlife, traditional and rare breeds, and ancient woodlands.

Open 364 days a year, pre-booking is essential currently. Please note that the Steward’s House is only open to those visiting The Lost Gardens of Heligan.

Images: John Hersey
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