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4 based on 153 reviews
Village Pub that serves traditional Pub Grub at sensible prices. Bed & breakfast available with 3 well equipped and serviced rooms.
Visited here for the first time last night as we were staying in a cottage nearby. It was such a fabulous find. The menu is excellent with something for everyone. I had lasagne and my partner had steak pie. We had cheesecake for dessert. Everything was gorgeous. The service was outstanding. As soon as we walked in we were greeted by someone behind the bar even though it was very busy. Even the chef/owner came out to check that everyone was happy. Once again tonight we decided not to go into Salcombe but to dine here instead. The sea food platter and banoffee pie were outstanding. Again fantastic service. Our dog was also made to feel so welcome and given a treat each night by the owner.Forget going into Salcombe - eat here! Fabulous!Dear Nicky, many thanks for your lovely review. We always attempt to provide a varied and tasty menu and we pleased you enjoyed your time with us. Hopefully we will see you again in the not too distant future.
3 based on 96 reviews
16TH Century Inn nestled in the village of Kingston near the Erme Estuary and Bigbury Bay an area of outstanding natural beauty, with walking, golf and surfing. The Dolphin Inn accommodation comprises of four letting rooms all ensuite, with wireless conne
I rocked up here at 9.30 p.m. after hiking since 6 a.m., totally knackered. The landlord made me feel welcome and asked me if I'd eaten. I had, but it was very thoughtful and unexpected of him. I had a drink at the cosy, attractive bar and a chat with him before he showed me to my room. A quick bath--yes it had a bath, a sight for sore feet for a hiker--and I crashed out. The room was in an ancient outbuilding just across the lane from the main bar and was clean and cute, with a low ceiling and windows on both sides, as in a caravan. The landlord was there at breakfast and did me some eggs on toast and a nice coffee. I've nothing but praise for this attractive, well-kept, friendly establishment. Also, its location is invaluable for the coastal hiker, being near the Erme estuary, which can only be waded around low tide. And B&Bs don't grow on trees along this thinly populated but beautiful stretch of the coast. Top digs.Thank you so much for your great review! It was so nice to meet you. We hope you'll visit us again soon. Happy hiking!
4 based on 445 reviews
Traditional pub and restaurant with hotel accommodation and function room, pool table, big screen TV.
I vowed not to return but my other half was wanting Sunday Lunch and we were back in the area so thought we would give the White Hart another chance. No chicken - sorry itâs all gone - so lamb and gammon it was - food today was really not that fantastic but filled a gap - as we were waiting for our fodder - the lads came in to watch the rugby on the big screen - killed lunch dead for us. Didnât stay for dessert - we had had enough - my other half has a slight fear of pubs and sporting stuff - but we were only on for a single quick lunch so made our way back to our holiday flat. Whilst we were in the car park we bumped into a gent who advised that he had heard that the current tenants are selling up - Phew !!!!Hopefully the place will recover to its former glory with new charges behind the bar and on the kitchen - lets give it a few months for the changeover and see what happens !!! 'The gent advised you that he'd heard' oh dear!! Well watch and wait. I find it strange how ever time we get a 'bad review' it gets liked 5 or 6 times but when it's an Honest good one, we get none. Strange that PS. We had plenty of chicken, also lamb shank and pork ribs.
4 based on 76 reviews
Award winning food set in a place to relax, step back & be steeped in history. The Church House Inn, Churchstow, a 13th Century pub, built as a rest house for Bendictine Monks from Buckfast Abbey it has been a hostelry of one kind or another all of its li
We went for curry night and the food was excellent. Three curries and rice and a samosa all for Â£14 and really delicious and well presented. Friendly pub that does not rely on it's location to attract customers. Came her back in March and the food was really good then.
3 based on 173 reviews
Amazing pub oozing atmosphere. Brilliant staff, very helpful, small lunch menu but very good quality. Hotel guests can reserve a table for lunch but make sure you use it, there can only be about six tables in the whole pub and it it very busy! Good selection of local ales.
4 based on 735 reviews
Will definitely be returning here every time we visit and recommending the great food and customer service, had the unfortunate experience of dining in âthe coveâ before we came here.. no competition.Thank you for this review, we are thrilled you enjoyed your experience with us at the Hope and Anchor. We do hope to see you back again very soon!
4 based on 812 reviews
THE UK's Best Craft Beer Bar 50 yards from the beach. Amazing homemade food using local produce. Awesome range of craft beers. Barista coffee, now with two floors and balcony with stunning sea views Open everyday from 10am until late.
Part of our visits to Hope Cove are the requisite crab sandwich in this restaurant. A really popular place with the countless walkers passing through. Opened up seating upstairs and if the sun is out, you can sit outside. This is the sort of place where you wish you had ordered what the people sat around you are eating.
4 based on 412 reviews
The 16th Century Village Inn, complete with beams salvaged from Spanish Armada ships wrecked on the nearby coast, is a popular free house owned by the Grose family for more than a century and is where they first offered hospitality to visitors. Recently e
Our once a year visit and once again well pleased. A warm smile welcomed us and the menu offered a good range of options. We both went for the fish pie which was well presented and really tasty. Happy to go again.
4 based on 208 reviews
Our 14th Century Inn is steeped in tradition and is a short walk from the surfing beach of Bantham.
We came for a late Sunday lunch, the place was still packed. Sitting in the older, atmospheric front room, tables were cramped but cosy. Service was charming, prices reasonable & we approved of their bespoke gin menu. Roasts were traditional & generous as was fish & chips. A lighter dish was the catch of the day (cod) served with salad minus the menu potato option. Parking was a bit of a nightmare since it was a sunny half-term day but ultimately worth the uphill walk back. Felt like an authentic English Sunday pub experience.
4 based on 472 reviews
Went walking down to Ayrmer Cove from NT car park, blissfully empty beach! Walked back via circular route, stopped for lunch at this 13th century inn. Food, home cooked and delicious, service well timed with good portions for us adults and children. Prices reasonable for mains, Â£7 for pudding but once again home cooked. I would recommend eating here wholeheartedly.
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