Geevor Tin Mine has announced a brand-new takeaway outlet designed to ease customer wait times during peak periods.

The new space titled Count House Café Mossel is opposite the existing cafe - The Count House. 

Thanks to funding from the UK Government's Shared Prosperity Fund, the space has undergone a complete transformation, both inside and out.

Count House Cafe Mossel offers a tempting array of Cornish pasties, sausage rolls, hot and cold beverages, and snacks, providing visitors and passers-by with a quick and convenient option for a bite to eat or a refreshing drink.

"Many of you know how busy our cafe can get, especially in the summer months," said a Count House Cafe Mossel spokesperson.

"We wanted to create a dedicated takeaway space to help manage the increased foot traffic and offer a more efficient service."

Geevor Tin Mine has become a beloved destination for families in Cornwall, offering a unique glimpse into the region's mining history.

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Visitors can descend underground to experience the life of a miner, explore the mine's fascinating exhibits, and participate in fun activities like the mine quiz.

For families looking for a day out during the school holidays, Geevor Tin Mine hosts a variety of engaging events during half-term.

Count House Cafe Mossel is open from 9am to 5pm, Sunday to Friday. Breakfast is served between 9am and 11am, and lunch is available from 12pm to 4pm.