The Swan is the oldest pub in Bampton and offers a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere, alongside traditional pub food, fine wines and real ales all at affordable prices. The Swan is passionate about using local produce and create some real pub classics such as sausages and mash, cod and chips, pies, grilled rump steak and baguettes with a great choice of sweets to tempt. They have well-kept real ale on the hand pumps with guest ales and a keen selection of wines to suit all tastes. There are also two comfortable double rooms and a twin room for bed and breakfast at the premises.
The Pyne Arms is a traditional country pub in the small hamlet of East Down just off the A39 between Barnstaple and Lynton. It is set in a valley with rolling acres of land and rises in bold hills to the north. It is conveniently placed for visiting Exmoor and the North Devon coast. The Pyne Arms offers locally sourced food with a modern twist with everything from a Sunday roast to speciality fish on the menu. We are a dog friendly pub which is ideal as there are many public footpaths in the area for walkers to enjoy. We now also have three en-suite rooms available for Bed & Breakfast, please visit our website for more details.
Formally a coaching inn and coopery, The Globe has evolved into a focal point for the town, providing good food, music evenings, the Cinema Club plus numerous events and functions; The Globe is a very special place to visit. Located within the Dartmoor National Park, it’s a fabulous place to stay with lots of walks and recreational amenities nearby, not to mention the idyllic town of Chagford itself, with its pubs, cafes and shops. Serving home-cooked and locally sourced food, The Globe Inn is popular with locals and visitors alike. It offers an exciting, regularly changed menu, a choice of Devon real ales and a large choice of Devon Ciders, a comprehensive wine list. With seven en-suite bedrooms, all individually furnished in a stunning contemporary style, The Globe Inn is the perfect base for walking or touring holidays in Devon and on into Cornwall.
The Brendon Arms, Bude's best known inn, has been owned and run by the Brendon family since 1872. Overlooking Bude's inner harbour and just 200 yards from the unique sea-lock and Summerleaze beach. The Brendon Arms is a Free House and stocks a range of real ales from the West Country and national brewers renowned for their excellence and accredited by the Cask Marque sign of quality.
The pub serves traditional pub food with an emphasis on homemade dishes and using local and seasonal produce when available. We also serve fresh fish, vegetarian dishes and gluten free options.
All 9 of our B&B bedrooms are en-suite. Warm, bright and airy double or twin-bedded rooms are fully equipped with flat screen TV, radio alarm, hair dryer and tea/coffee making facilities.
A warm welcome, impressive food, amazing hand pumped ales and a collection of vintage wines await you at The Rising Sun.
The Rising Sun is now owned by Linda Palk, who together with her daughter Amanda work tirelessly with their team to offer a warm and welcoming pub with an understated, contemporary edge. There’s an informal bar, known by the locals as ‘the riser’, a piano room, snug and high in the rafters, a dining room with views that unfurl to Exmoor. We believe we have a truly unique setting to enjoy our locally sourced food, beers and wines. Our signature ‘steak-on-the-stone’ with gourmet salts and a peppercorn sauce never fails to ‘wow’ diners and is an amazing spectacle as well as a fantastic plate of food.
With flagstoned locals bar, and a comfortable relaxed lounge bar, well kept beers, super food and a genuine fresh feeling of individuality, this is an outstanding pub which at first glance looks traditional but shows great attention to today's ideas about food and style. The enthusiastic and personable young team manages to keep a smashing, relaxed and proper pubby atmosphere while offering great service. Awarded Taste of the West Silver in 2016 for the B&B, and Gold in 2016 for the Dining Pub.
Roger & Helen welcome you to "The Plume" - a Cornish coastal pub situated in the beautiful village of Portscatho. Blessed with being just a few feet from the ocean our chefs source only the best of local Cornish produce.The menu changes almost daily due to the freshness of our products and the products available that day. Everything is prepared on the premises, from the breads and chips to the black pudding scotch eggs.
We also have five gorgeous rooms which start from £80 a night including breakfast. Call Roger or Helen on 01872 580321 for latest availability and rates.
The Sheppey Inn lies out on the beautiful wilds of the Somerset Levels, surrounded by peat moors, dairy farms and national wildlife reserves. The pub pulls in people from miles around thanks to the brilliant, eclectic musicians it attracts, its fine selection of local ales and ciders (including all kinds of one-offs and speciality brews), and its fantastic food. Spending the afternoon out here in the countryside, lounging by the river, looking out for voles and kingfishers, isn’t the worst idea in the world, is it?
The Sloop Inn at Bantham is a friendly award-winning team and our pub is just a stone's throw from the world-class surfing beach at Bantham. Our 14th Century Inn offers you a rare opportunity to relax, away from it all, in the beautiful and unspoilt South Hams Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
We are passionate about our local environment, supporting our local community and farmers. Our menu is ever changing and all of our ingredients are locally sourced. We change it on a daily basis depending on the delicious fayre that is available in the incredible natural larder we are surrounded by.
We have six comfy and cosy en-suite rooms, most of which boast wonderful coastal views. We also have a family suite which includes a double bedroom, a bunk bed and single bed room. The double bedroom has a shower and bath, the bunk bedroom has a shower.