The award winning dining at Thurlestone Hotel is very special using the best of local Devon produce. Quality food and drink is deeply rooted in the history and tradition of the hotel and has made a large contribution in making a stay here a truly unique holiday experience.
There are a choice of places to dine from the Margaret Amelia restaurant which is more formal and where gentlemen are requested to wear jackets for dinner and less formal options such as the Terrace Bar were you can enjoy lunch overlooking the gardens across to Thurlestone Bay or venture to the 16th century Village Inn or, in the summer, dine ‘Al fresco’ at the Rock Pool by the outdoor pool
Morning coffee and Devon cream teas with homemade cakes and sandwiches are served daily.
The Thurlestone Hotel is a place many people choose to celebrate special occasions and family gatherings. The perfect venue for having lunch on the Terrace, a traditional Sunday lunch in the Restaurant, a Devon cream tea or a special evening dinner.
Chef Hugh Miller is always pleased to discuss menu choices and to accommodate any special nutritional or dietary requirements.