A BELOVED Cornish ice cream parlour is set to close its door after the landlord decided to sell the property.
Moomaid of Zennor Ice Cream Parlour has been operating for four years outside of Falmouth.
The family run business posted on Facebook: "Obviously we are very sad to lose the café – we have put a lot of work into it over the past four years and have been blown away by the support from our loyal customers.
"It is especially hard given it's in Moomaid’s home village and was, we hope, a nice addition for our small community.
"Moving forward… We are working on ideas to get scooping Moomaid again in our home village and hope to have news for you very soon."
The popular ice cream venue will shut its doors for good on September 24, but other franchises in Porthowan, St Just and St Ives will remain open.
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The family run business makes their luxury ice cream on their own parlour on Tremedda farm in West Cornwall, and has been through four generations.
The cows are housed in the winter and remain outside from February to October if weather permits – making for happy cows and great ice cream.
In their parlour in Zennor, they serve coffees, teas, sandwiches, homemade cakes, cream teas sundaes and of course – ice cream.
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