Best ice cream in Cornwall

Best ice cream in Cornwall

Best ice cream in Cornwall

In no particular order

Cornwall has some of the best ice cream parlours available. How do you have yours – in a tub or a traditional waffle cone.

Here is what to expect on your Cornwall holiday


Moomaid of Zennor

Moomaid of zennnor has dedicated parlours in St Ives and Porth towan and is also sold in shops and cafes, restaurants across Cornwall some flavours expresso martini, prosecco sorbet


Jelberts can be found on new road Newlyn – a must for a Cornish hot day

Flavours – just no-frills vanilla ice cream best served with a dollop of clotted cream


Mr Bs

Mr Bs has 2 shops in the centre of Hayle – penpol terrace and market square

Offering artisan ice cream 7 days a week. The parlour that is loved by locals and tourists alike – it has a flavour for everyone

Flavours – Bakewell tart , new York cheese and sponge pudding , white chocolate Bueno, ferro Rocher wild cherry ripple or even a snickers bar flavour ( peanut butter chocolate and caramel)


Angelato ice cream bar is tucked away at the foot of Truro Cathedral

Flavours – expect exotic flavours – pistachio, salted caramel or even mince pie at Christmas

Tall ships creamery

Situated in the historic port of Charlestown – all recipes are made from scratch with traditional toppings.

Voted the best in Cornwall by Cornwall live, they have won numerous other awards for flavours such as Cornish vanilla gold. honeycomb explosion is the flavour to try first followed by vanilla gold



“people associated ice cream with sunshine and Cornwall can be warm and sunny

Enjoy an ice cream on your Cornwall holiday.

Callestick Farm

Since 1953 the parker family have run callestick farm. This is where they have a delicious range of sorbets and ice creams using local ingredients clotted cream from roddas , Cornish sea salt fresh water sorbets from local spring water.

Flavours – blood orange sorbet, double choc fudge, clotted cream and black currant.



When people think of Cornwall holiday nothing is far from pure bliss than sat on a beach eating a Cornish ice cream or try some of the exotic flavours

Callestick have customers all over Cornwall, national trust properties many cafes and restaurants

Chapel Porth beach café

Where to find – west coast path between wheal coates and great wheel st agnes

The perfect spot after a long walk

Flavours – try the traditional hedgehog 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream, covered in clotted cream, and covered in hazelnuts

The Fox – ice cream coated in crumbly flap jack



Enjoy a nice ice cream on your Cornwall holiday