The present Inn was built in 1761, however, there has been a country pub or inn on the site since pre-Roman times. It is situated at the site of what was once a tidal ford across the River Teign; this was the passage way across the river
A traditional English pub on the historic Plymouth Barbican offering stylish accommodation with fabulous harbour and sea views. The relaxed atmosphere in the bar makes it a great place to meet and greet friends. Plymouth's Oldest Pub - and Friendliest Too!
The Blue Walnut is a relaxing, fully licensed Café hosting regular Live Music, Comedy nights and Performance Poetry events together with an Art Gallery featuring the work of local artists.
Adding a touch of the Mediterranean to North Devon, thanks to its vibrant interior and beautiful, beach-facing location, The Boardwalk exudes class and style whilst still managing to be family friendly.
The Church House Inn is at the centre of the quaint hamlet of Holne, just 4.5 miles from Ashburton and the A38. Set on the south-eastern slopes of Dartmoor, amid the stunning scenery where the blockbuster film 'Warhorse' was filmed
Welcome to Claytons & The Glasshouse. Situated in the heart of the ancient borough of Barnstaple, Claytons has established itself as the number one premium bar in North Devon.
The Cricket Inn first opened its doors in 1867 and is within the small fishing village of Beesands nestled within the idyllic South Hams countryside only metres from the clear waters of Start Bay.
A family business run by the husband and wife team Ian and Tracey. Ian is the head Chef and has won many accolades as well as collecting his top award for deserts at the Hilton London Metropole.
The Crown Inn is a traditional 17th century free-house set in the heart of the friendly village of West Down, close to the beaches of Woolacombe, Croyde and Putsborough and the beautiful Exmoor national park.