The Cornish Cream Tea Holiday: The most uplifting escapist romance for summer 2022 (The Cornish Cream Tea series, Book 6)

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The Cornish Cream Tea Holiday: The most uplifting escapist romance for summer 2022 (The Cornish Cream Tea series, Book 6)

The Cornish Cream Tea Holiday: The most uplifting escapist romance for summer 2022 (The Cornish Cream Tea series, Book 6)

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Not far from Falmouth, Trebah Gardens and its 26 acres of footpaths and sub-tropical valley garden full of rhododendrons, camellias, magnolia and hydrangeas await. A great Falmouth day out, why not opt for a cream tea while you’re there? At Trebah Kitchen, you’ll get a fruit and plain scone, strawberry jam and of course, Cornish clotted cream, just the refuel needed to explore the gardens. We are a small family business, based in the beautiful Cornish Countryside, and we are passionate about the humble Cornish cream tea! So we bake everything ourselves👩‍🍳, by hand✋. Using recipes that have been handed down through generations. They are obviously a closely guarded secret🤫. We may have 'tweaked' a few but our Traditional scone recipe remains untouched. Why mess with perfection! Charlie has a new helper on her bus, her free-spirited and loveable cousin, Delilah, who’s paid a visit to the charming Cornish village of Porthgolow and is helping out on Charlie’s adorable cream tea bus. This is an absolute dream for any book lover. A librarian looking for premises to open a bookshop, numerous mentions of books (as if my tbr pile wasn’t already ridiculous!) and a hunky love interest to swoon over. Go classic with fluffy scones, mounds of clotted cream, and spoonfuls of strawberry jam, full chocolate with chocolate chip scones, Cadburys chocolate spread, and clotted cream, or savoury with cheese scones, Philadelphia cheese, and red onion relish. After your button-popping meal, you can walk off the lashings of clotted cream with a gentle saunter along the nearby cliffs– it’s a lovely way to finish your Cornish cream tea. South Cornwall Duchy of Cornwall Nursery

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I’m really looking forward to the next book by this author especially the next book in the Cornish Cream Tea series. If you haven’t read a book by this author or this series then honestly you’re missing out. Charlie thinks it will be the perfect mobile café for afternoon tea, so she heads to the picturesque Cornish village of Porthgolow, hoping for a new start. However, Daniel Harper, the owner of the posh spa up on the hill isn’t very pleased that her bus is parked outside his lovely hotel. Thea has come away for a long break where all she wants is to escape in a beautiful place and with as many books as possible. Books are her world, being a librarian satisfies only a small part of that, but if she could own a bookshop then that would be even better. But these are just dreams.While Falmouth is famously surrounded by water, because of its sheltered location it’s not known for its surfing credentials. The water is quite calm here in Falmouth Bay, which means watersports ar... Whether you’re after vintage china, towers of homemade scones or an idyllic atmosphere, Miss V’s in St Just in Roseland is simply a stunning place to settle down for a bite to eat. After a peaceful walk along the nearby creek, head into Miss V’s for a first-class brekkie or lunch or, if you fancy something even more decadent, try out their rendition of a Cornish cream tea. They’re are helping the Crystal Waters Hotel to ramp up its green credentials, though after a bumpy journey, Hannah can’t shake off the feeling that Porthgolow is strangely familiar. Never able to resist a mystery, her interest is piqued when the hotel’s staff and customers report odd noises and sightings, believing the hotel to be haunted.

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A gorgeous summer romance brimming with heart, humour and charm, Cressida McLaughlin’s latest novel, The Cornish Cream Tea Holiday is simply superb. This was my first time reading this series and the fact that it is number 6 didnt matter it reads well as a standalone. Whatever you’re doing this summer, whether you’re going on holiday or staying at home, I hope you find some lovely things to read.

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I loved seeing her explore the village and get to know the community. New characters have been introduced yet there’s still time for some old favourites and I loved seeing Charlie and Daniel again. I was a bit of a late starter with this series, having only started reading them a couple of months ago. I have however, loved them all and whizzed through them, finding myself waiting patiently for this new instalment. I loved Thea’s character instantly! I could connect with her so well, not just because we both work in libraries, but because she’s such a likeable character. I applauded her for going on holiday on her own, but also envied her for the prospect of three weeks peace and quiet, lying on beaches and reading books! The male interest in this book is the grumpy but equally lovely Ben who lives next door to the cottage where Thea is staying. Ben does have his issues, but they can all be forgiven for how perfect he seems…at times! We all know that there will be a will they-won’t they storyline, but we also find there’s a lot of stops and starts along the way. Set in Port Karadow so close by to the more familiar Porthgolow, it is a book filled with cameos of familiar characters from the Cream Tea Bus books, and being able to catch up with Finn and Meredith from the fifth book was a joy too.

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