|Horse and Groom Bittaford||
The Horse & Groom Bittaford is a Free-House Traditional Village Pub on Dartmoor National Park. Surrounded by Beautiful views from inside & outside in the Beer gardens. Home cooked Traditional pub food with a twist is available everyday. For all your Real Ale lovers the pub has new ales EVERY week. Pubs
The Horse & Groom Bittaford is a Free-House Traditional Village Pub on Dartmoor National Park.
|The Mary Tavy Inn||
A traditional roadside inn where families, visitors and locals are welcome. The popular bar area accommodates pool, darts, TV, a large fire and up to five real ales. This is complemented by a spacious restaurant and garden with views to Dartmoor. Music nights, charity events, a Sunday carvery and a bank holiday beer festival feature in the pubs calendar. The pub closes on Mondays and weekend afternoons in the winter. Pubs
Relax in our warm and cosy public bar with large wood burner.
Traditional and locally sourced ingredients are used in all our meals served in the Bar and Restaurant.
The restaurant is bright & airy with a lounge area which has leather sofa & chairs set around a bar. Ideal for an...
|Holne Community Shop and Tearoom||
Holne Community Shop and Tearoom serves delicious cream teas and cakes, a terrific all-day breakfast, plus soups, sandwiches, pies and other goodies. The shop is incredibly well stocked with most things that visitors might need. They're open from 11.00 to 5.00 every day of the year except Christmas Day and New Years Day. A brilliant community-run enterprise - run and staffed by volunteers. They are located right on the Two Moors Way and also serve as a Dartmoor National Park information point. They get fab reviews on Trip Advisor and in their comments book too! Cafes
Holne Community Shop and Tea Room nestles in the charming village of Holne in beautiful Dartmoor National Park.
In 2011 the villagers formed a co-operative and in 2014 raised enough funds to purchase the premises with the help of the Charity Bank and the support of many local shareholders.
Staffed by local volunteers and one manager the shop and tea room prides itself on being very much run by the community for the community.
The premises have been designated an official Dartmoor National Park Information Centre providing maps, leaflets and guides.
|Wild Birds of Dartmoor Photography Workshop||
The workshops will be within the Dartmoor National Park in Devon, England, using Acorn Lodge as a base and will be for all levels of photographers who want to learn real wildlife photography. The photography workshop package includes as much as possible to help you learn and improve all the aspects of being a wildlife photographer from using your camera, through the picture taking process, to the end image and post production workflow. Photography Workshops
The workshops will be within the Dartmoor National Park in Devon, England, using Acorn Lodge as a base and will be for all levels of photographers who want to learn real wildlife photography. The photography workshop package includes as much as possible to help you learn and improve all the aspects of being a wildlife photographer from using your camera, through the picture taking process, to the end image and post production workflow.
One workshop will be 4 day/3 night duration and will include tutoring on all aspects of digital photography.
Another workshop is 3 day/2...
|Bistro at Hannahs||
Hannahs Bistro and The Supper Rooms (their new private dining spaces) are the perfect venues to enjoy good food in truly unique surroundings. Open for breakfast, lunch and evening meals, they source from local suppliers wherever possible, while leave a space for their famous cakes, baked on site. Restaurants
Opening hours Monday – Saturday 7.30am – 10.00pm
Sunday opening hours 8.00am – 10.00pm
“The salads are amazing! I could stay here from lunch to late afternoon, and frequently do! A relaxing venue”
“I love the relaxed way the Bistro is presented with comfy chairs and newspapers. Really love it here!”
|Fox Tor Cafe||
The Fox Tor Café is a licensed cafe and is situated close to the centre of Princetown the heart of Dartmoor. Good quality, value for money food in a friendly atmosphere using local produce wherever possible. Newly refurbished tea garden with decking area - seating for 24. Muddy boots and paws very welcome. Free WiFi Cafes
The Fox Tor Café is a licensed cafe and is situated close to the centre of Princetown the heart of Dartmoor. We provide bunkhouse accommodation and have the only off-licence in Princetown. We welcome everyone in our cafe from walkers with dirty boots to businessmen in need of our free WiFi. We also welcome well behaved dogs on a lead! We have an open fire as well as a woodburner!!
Our cafe has transformed in the last year, since we took over in May 2010. We have fully redecorated and added some extras to our menu. We have an open fire and a woodburner with two comfy sofas right...
|The Globe Inn||
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 comprehensive wine list. Food is served throughout the Inn, so you can choose where to eat – enjoy the banter in the bar, relax in the lounge bar or take your time in the dining room. Pubs
The Globe Inn
Welcome to the Globe Inn, situated in the centre of Chagford, overlooking the ancient parish church of St Michael and right in the heart of the Community.
Chagford has been chosen by The Sunday Times as best rural place to live in Britain 2015
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 and the annual Chagford Film Festival; The Globe is a very special place to visit.
|The Royal Oak Inn||
The Royal Oak Inn in the Dartmoor village of Meavy. - It's all here: cask ales, scrumpy cider, even its own Meavy Oak Ale. Great pub grub, hugely atmospheric, and loved by families, cyclists walkers and their dogs.
A lovely old-fashioned Dartmoor pub, on the village green (still with its 'royal oak'), where ponies trot by in summer and beauty and birdsong surround you. It's often busy with locals and walkers but if you're lucky you'll find a pew in the ancient slab-floored bar, or outside on one of the picnic benches on the cobbled courtyard overlooking the village green. Ales including a monthly guest are local and cask-conditioned; they even have their own Meavy Oak Ale, brewed by Dartmoor brewery in Princetown; there's scrumpy aplenty and ten wines by the glass. The food is the best of pub grub: Wednesday night is Pie Night, Friday is Fish and Chips Night, beef and lamb comes from Dartmoor farms and the tartare sauce is homemade. Piped music and cribbage, muddy boots and muddy paws a seriously good bolthole for families and hikers. Join us for the annual Meavy Oak fair on 20th of June or the Cider and Ale festival on the August bank holiday weekend.
The Perfect Dartmoor Hideaway For Drinking And Dining The Royal Oak Inn is a free house situated within the Dartmoor National Park and is a former 15th-century church house Inn, taking its name from the, reputedly, 800 year old oak tree on the adjacent village green - one of the few remaining traditional pubs, with a flagstone floor, old beams and a large open fireplace. Some seats are pews from the adjacent St. Peters church. The wood fire provides a warm welcome on those cold...