Hele Corn Mill (or 'Old Corn Mill') dates from 1525 and is a unique working watermill in North Devon. Located just 300m from stunning Hele Bay beach, a visit to the mill makes a perfect family visit.
Jacka, South Street, has been operating since the 16th century. It was open when Sir Francis Drake played bowls on the Hoe and the bakery would have served the Christian Pilgrim Fathers when they left for America in 1620.
In 2014, Effervescent developed the abandoned Halifax Bank on Plymouth Derry’s Cross into a warm, welcoming art gallery, rehearsal/making space, tea room, and creative business incubation hub.
The mainstay of our stores is the cafe, serving up great food, cakes and of course the kind of coffee that has earned us an amazing reputation for quality. Our workshops are well equipped to deliver top quality repairs in a timely fashion.
Route Restaurants aim to be different and as the name suggests the restaurants run with an American theme, right down to the red and white chequered tablecloths found in so many American Roadside Diners!
Plymouth’s foremost gentleman-badger Peregrine, Lord RumpusCosy, invites you to his cosy home for home made cakes, delightful lunches, exquisite afternoon teas, and sumptuous candle-lit suppers with local wines, ales and ciders.
The Smugglers Rest is a family-run business situated in the pretty stone-built village of Mortehoe surrounded by beautiful countryside and within walking distance of the beaches and coves of the North Devon coast.