Head chef David Baldwin has returned to his West Country roots but the experience of catering lavish London Banquets is recognisable in the combination of exquisite cuisine and the finest of West Country produce. The chefs deliver an extensive a la carte menu, supplemented by fresh fish and special boards, all at tremendous value for money prices.
Cofton Country Holidays is a four star family holiday park in South Devon. At Coften we have a pub on site, Cofton Swan, which is exclusive for our guests. Our pub has a choice of seating areas which include views of the swimming pool from the patio, our main bar which has disabled access and, finally, our top bar with views over the pool and surrounding area. We serve delicious home-cooked food and source our produce locally wherever possible.
The Ferry Boat Inn is set in a fantastic location on the water's edge in Dittisham. We serve great food with as much local produce as we can. Being right next to the water there is a selection of seafood along with homemade pies and dishes that are inspired from world wide recipes.
Located in Sennen, the most westerly village in mainland Britain and just one mile from Land's End, the First & Last Inn is one of the most famous Inns in Cornwall, not only due to our location, but because of our notorious reputation since the 1600s of being the headquarters of smugglers and wreckers.
The Hare & Hounds is a traditional country pub in Waytown, Bridport with a beautiful big garden and stunning views over the Dorset countryside. The pub itself is cosy with a fire, genial hosts and terrific, wholesome food! There's a fine selection of Palmers Brewery's ales available from the cask. The homemade pies are fabulous, and the Sunday roasts offering a fine selection of local meats have become a speciality. Their fresh fish is caught lcocally and vegetables come from within a ten mile radius, near Beaminster.
Voted 52nd in the UK's Top 100 Restaurants and home to three former South West Chef's of the Year, this is one of Devon's original local food champions. Both restaurant and pub, the Jack oozes honesty, panache and that rare four letter word: care. Famous for its stylish cooking and affordable prices, expect good local brews on tap, an extremely warm welcome and some seriously impressive desserts. During the warmer months there is live Friday night jazz and a stylish courtyard for dining alfresco. Always exceptional value for money.
Here at The Journey's End Conor's menu is inspired by the coastline and landscapes in the South Hams with an emphasis on delicacy, simplicity and provenance. Fresh local produce is expertly combined to bring you the best seasonal dishes all year round.
The New Inn is a lovely village pub, both family and dog friendly. Out beer garden has the best views in Dorset looking towards Golden Cap. Food is locally sourced and cooked to order. We also serve a fine selection of Palmers Brewery's ales.
This beautiful 16th century former coaching inn is an iconic building located in the heart of Cerne Abbas, Dorchester. New life has been breathed into the property by Jeremy and Vanessa Lee, who, after trading to critical acclaim for three years, closed the pub in 2011 for a top-to-toe refurbishment. The New Inn is unashamedly all about really good food and drink. They are not aiming to reinvent the wheel, just cook and serve the best seasonal local produce that the area is blessed with. The wine list is by no means exhaustive but has been compiled with the expert help of Mark Banham from Palmers wine store in Bridport. Three local Palmers Brewery cask ales are always available and in tip top condition along with two local ciders.