7 Best Ice Cream Parlours in CornwallTwice As Nice Chalets
The ‘inside scoop’ on where to get the best ice cream in Cornwall, including one renowned Ice Cream parlour that’s actually in Hayle itself!
Roskilly’s Organic Farm – 9am-9pm
- Dog friendly,
- Woodland walk
- Dairy cow milking
Tregellast Barton Farm, St Keverne, Cornwall TR12 6NX
For a cow to cone experience head to Roskilly’s Organic Farm on the Lizard Peninsula. This is where the grass is green, the cows are happy and the milk is luscious making oh-so-scrumptious Cornish ice cream in more than 30 delicious flavours. Stroll through the meadows, meet the animals and if you time it right, catch the star Jersey cows being milked. Finish up in the ice cream parlour for an indulgent tasting – we’re big fans of the Cream Tea flavour and just love all the chewy, crunchy and nutty bits; in true Roskilly stylee they’re all made on the farm!
Callestick Farm – 10am-5:30pm
- Open 7 days a week
- 10am – 5.30pm (Sundays 5pm),
- Farm animals to visit
- Watch the ice cream being made!
Callestick farm, Callestick, Truro, Cornwall TR4 9LL
It’s all about natural goodness at Callestick Farm, producers of to-die-for creamy yumminess. A small herd of Friesian cows live the life of luxury here, soaking up the sunshine from their lush fields near the north Cornish coast. They are looked after by the Parker family who over the last 25 years have perfected the ultimate ice cream recipe and have created 26 awesome flavours. Take a sneak peek into what they get up to from the farm viewing gallery which looks into the ice cream factory and say hello to the farmyard animals. Oh, and if we could forget…visit the shop for some of the most delicious ice cream you’ll ever taste!
Jelberts – 9am-5pm
Jelberts, New Road, Newlyn, Cornwall TR18 5PZ
One for ice cream purists, Jelberts on the seafront in Newlyn is a little piece of vanilla heaven. There is a choice of flavours; vanilla, vanilla or…yup, you guessed it, vanilla and oh is it good! Masters of keeping things simple these guys make their praised chilled treat themselves and take their milk straight from the cows. Mix it up with a dollop of Cornish clotted cream or opt for a flake!
Mr B’s Ice Cream Parlour – 9am-8pm
Two shops in Hayle, with one site open til 8pm for all your ice-cream needs!
- 24 Penpol Terrace, Hayle, Cornwall TR27 4BQ
- 7 Market Square, Hayle TR27 4EA.
If variety is your thing head to the center of Hayle for more choice than you could ever dream. From the classic to the eye-popping, the flavours are ever-changing and the tastes truly amazing. Pistacio, pic-n-mix, marshmallow, gingerbread, wild cherry, cinnamon…it’s all going on!
Chapel Porth Beach Cafe – 10am-5pm
Chapel Porth Beach Cafe, St Agnes, Truro, TR5 0NS
The little National Trust run café here is famous for serving up legendary ‘hedgehog’ ice creams, a concoction of Cornish ice cream, covered in clotted cream and topped with crushed hazelnuts. Yes, it’s naughty but boy is it good. Delish!
Moomaid of Zennor – 9:30am-10pm
1 Wharf Road, St Ives, TR26 1LG – Open approx. 9.30am – 10pm in Summer & 9.30am – 5pm in Winter
Beach Road, Porthtowan, Truro, TR4 8AD – Open approx. 10.30am – 5.30pm (March to October)
You can also visit the farm itself: On the coast road between Zennor and St Ives overlooking the farm – just drive until you see the signs. Open approx. March – October (weather dependent)
Made on the farm at Tremedda in far-flung west Cornwall, Moomaid of Zennor ice cream is the stuff of legends. With milk from the farms very own Friesian cows it is as fresh and as pure as it comes and is offered up in over 30 sumptuous flavours. Try it with a view from the Moomaid Parlours in St Ives and Porthtowan.
Treleavens – 8am-5pm
Treleavens luxury cornish ice cream, The Ice House, Tretoil Farm, Lanivet, Cornwall, PL30 5BA.
Seriously special, Treleavens is Cornish ice cream with a touch of luxury. It’s the ice cream of aficionados served in top restaurants and ice cream parlours up and down Cornwall. Feeling flamboyant? Try the vodka pink grapefruit flavour. The strawberries and cream flavour is Cornish class in a scoop, while sticky toffee fudge is nothing short of sheer indulgence.