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Browsing local places to eat and drink within 10 miles of Clovelly (Visitor Centre)
22 The Quay, Bideford, North Devon, EX39 2EZ, (9 miles, 14kms)
Quayside Cafe - opposite Lundy Ferry Office Enjoy the finest Fairtrade coffee, traditional tea or Teapigs in our delightful pavement Cafe overlooking Bideford Quay.
A small, intimate restaurant a few steps from the quay. Classic, uncomplicated food cooked to order - around 70% of the meat, fish and vegetables come from within 25 miles of Bideford. Popular for its fish and relaxing informal atmosphere.
Tea on the Green is an intimate family run tea room located in Westward Ho! North Devon. All our cakes are homemade right here on the premises and there are always gluten, wheat and lactose free option available.
Pusehill, Westward Ho!, North Devon, EX39 5AH, (8 miles, 12kms), Tel: 07712 467002, Email
Large family friendly pub in beautiful setting near Westward Ho! Great Garden, good home cooked pub grub including The Big Pig Burger! Real ale, beer, cider, wine and soft drinks. Walkers and Dogs welcome. Wheelchair and buggy friendly.
Friendly family run award winning tearoom using home grown and local produce. Homemade light lunches, cakes and lavender scones are served in our tea rooms overlooking our Lavender gardens.
The Waterfront Inn is located only yards from the beach and offers all you need for your stay in North Devon. The comfortable bar where you can sit and relax over a beer or glass of wine following the rigours of the day.
A unique 13th Century free house located just off the south west coast path on one of the most dramatic stretches of the North Cornish Coast. Open all day every day.
Serves delicious lunchtime, evening meals and Sunday Carvery catering for all tastes. Unique location overlooking Bideford Bay and Lundy Island. Children welcome. Booking is not essential but recommended.
High Street, Clovelly, Nr Bideford, North Devon, EX39 5TQ, (0.5 miles, 0.8kms), Tel: 01237 431781, www.clovelly.co.uk/new_inn_acc.php
Fascinating 17th C. inn with a restaurant specialising in traditional English fare.
Nestled beside the Tarka Cycle trail. Allocated bike parking, fantastic large decked terrace ideal for families. Excellent menu choice and Sunday Carvery to tantalise all taste buds.
Dining at the Red Lion offers you a wonderful choice of fresh, locally caught seafood - you may even see it being landed just outside - estate game in season and as much local produce as possible.