Straightway Head House, Whimple, Exeter, Devon, EX5 2QS
Straightway Head House offers luxury bed and breakfast near Whimple in the heart of the East Devon countryside, between Exeter and Honiton. You will be welcomed with a Devon cream tea served in the library with homemade scones, strawberry jam and shortbread; Cally is a Cordon bleu trained cook with many years experience in the kitchen. We also provide a three course dinner upon request. We offer a varied Aga-cooked breakfast menu with homemade bread, preserves and granola. Only the best, locally sourced ingredients are used for our breakfasts including eggs from our neighbours' hens, sausages and black pudding made locally in Ottery St. Mary, and dry cured bacon from free range happy pigs that are reared jsut a few fields away.
Smart Victorian guest house offering six high quality bedrooms, guest lounge, wi-fi and off-street parking. A relaxed and friendly home ideally based to explore the Jurassic Coast between Lyme Regis and Sidmouth. Proud to offer an award-winning breakfast using local, Fairtrade, Devon and South West produce wherever possible.
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 Old Inn is located in the picturesque village of Malborough, in the heart of the South Hams. We are the Ideal hub for Visits into the historic towns of Salcombe & Hope Cove which are both 2 miles away. Ease of access to Dartmoor, Dartmouth and beyond.
The Old Inn is the perfect place for a drink or a bite to eat with friends and family. The friendly, lively and cosy atmosphere is what makes The Old Inn a place to remember.
The Castle Inn, Lydford is a quintessential 16th century inn with nine bedrooms resting on the fringes of Dartmoor National Park. With low ceilings, wonky walls, open fires and character in abundance. The pub is situated just off the A30 between the market towns of Okehampton and Tavistock (both 10 minutes away) in the quiet, charming village of Lydford, just 200m from the entrance to the majestic National Trust site of Lydford Gorge. We are surrounded by invigorating walks, horse trails and national cycle routes, with cosy corners and roaring fires in the winter months and large beautiful gardens to enjoy in the summer, there’s something for everyone year round.
The pub has a main bar, snug, restaurant and lounge, nine bedrooms and large beautiful gardens. Our menu is full of pub and British classics, our food is traditional, homemade and honest and our ingredients sourced from local producers. The bedrooms offer a calm, simple space to unwind and relax at prices from £75 to £100 per room including breakfast.
Most importantly we aim to provide genuine, warm and friendly hospitality to all our guests, so whether you are a local from up the road or a visitor from afar we hope to welcome you time and time again.