Bedruthan Steps Hotel offers four star contemporary comfort above the stunning Mawgan Porth beach. Cornwall's Large Hotel of the year 2010 welcomes you with superb local food, the ocean spa and indoor heated pool. This is the perfect place for a relaxing break at any time of the year.
When you dine at the Captain's Club you'll enjoy relaxing in a comfortable contemporary setting while our attentive staff cater to your every need. Gaze out over panoramic views of the picturesque River Stour while you eat, or even dine alfresco on the riverside terrace when the weather is fine. Experience our award winning food created with passion and expertise using fresh local produce for delicious results. Whether you come for breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea or dinner the Captain's Club really is the connoisseurs' choice.
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.
Il Casita opened its doors in June 2013. Nicholas and Tina have used their knowledge of the surrounding areas, combined with their love for travelling as chefs, to produce seasonally changing and sustainable menus. This quaint, informal restaurant can be found tucked away at the top of Crediton High Street. There is also an enclosed courtyard for al fresco dining.
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.
Winner of the Chortle Award for Best Venue in the West and Wales 2010 and 2012, Komedia is home every Saturday to the sell-out Krater Comedy Club, and host to the UK's best touring comedy and music. Housed in the impressive Grade One listed former Beau Nash cinema, Komedia also screens films daily in partnership with Picturehouse Cinemas. With Soil Association Gold accredited menus the venue offers the best local and seasonal food at its events and in its daytime Cafe. www.komedia.co.uk/bath/komedia-canteen/the-menu-bath/
The New Yard Restaurant (NYR) can be found at the heart of the historic Trelowarren estate in Cornwall. Situated in a characteristic courtyard and recently re-designed, the NYR is the perfect place to relax with friends and enjoy great local food. We offer an informal dining experience which we believe is the best way to enjoy our outstanding food and drink offering. Our ingredients are fresh, our staff are passionate about what we do and we make everything onsite. Contact us today book a table for lunch or dinner.
This legendary fresh pizza restaurant, now in its 30th year, has become something of an institution in South Devon. Owner Mark Thuell set out to create the ideal restaurant, offering fairly priced, locally sourced and freshly prepared food served in a friendly, informal setting – and judging by the popularity of The Pizza Café, he has succeeded.
Recently refreshed, the restaurant’s interior is cool, contemporary and relaxed. Incredibly, this place is open all day, every day, so it is an ideal spot to indulge in a cup of tea and a slice of carrot cake, a coffee prepared by a trained barista, a light snack of nachos accompanied by a fresh fruit smoothie, or the main event – pizza. Winners of a Taste of The West Gold Award – Pizza Restaurant of the Year 2015 – these pizzas are made on-site and baked to order. Carefully chosen beer and wine complement the menu perfectly both in taste and price.
There is something for everyone at this restaurant – in addition to pizza, wraps, burritos, pasta dishes, panini and amazing salads are also available. Why not check out the menu online, then pop in and experience this incredible eatery, which will have you questioning: why isn’t there one in every town?