Freehouse 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. The pub offers an extensive menu with good old pub favourites and ever-changing specials boards and our very popular Sunday lunch.
Dogs welcome but must be kept on a lead. Dogs are allowed in the guest bedrooms for a small extra charge.
West Down, Braunton, North Devon EX34 8NU T: 01271 863757
300 year old Coaching Inn that has been carefully restored to provide a watering hole of exceptional charm and character. Cosy Inglenooks, roaring log fires, original stonework and softly lit bars all combine to provide an atmosphere of warmth and hospitality sought by traveller and holiday maker alike.
Dogs are very welcome (the landlord loves dog!) in the bar area provided they are kept on a lead. Food is served in the bar. Dogs are also welcome to stay in the guest bedrooms (by arrangement).
A warm welcome awaits you, with locally sourced food and fine wines, all served to you in a former 16th century Inn, located in the beautiful quintessential Devonshire Village, Barnstaple in North Devon.
Dogs are very welcome in the bar area. There are tables in the bar where food is served. There is also a garden with a stream.
The Pig on the Hill is a large country free house located on the beautiful North Devon Coastline, a stone's throw from the small seaside resort of Westward Ho!, made famous by Charles Kingsley's book of the same name. Affectionately known as "The Pig", this friendly pub has breathtaking views across open countryside to the east with glimpses of the Atlantic to the north.
The Pyne Arms
East Down, Barnstaple, North Devon EX31 4LX T: 01271 850207
This delightful 16th Century lakeside thatched inn nestles in a valley set in the beautiful Fortescue Estate amidst rolling fields and lush woodland. Although secluded, the pub is within easy reach of Barnstaple, South Molton, Exmoor and the coast.
Dogs warmly welcomed in the bar but are not allowed in the restaurant.
Very nice cafe on the Tarka trail. The staff love dogs and everyone is made to feel really welcome. The food is very good and there is a lot of choice. The cafe is alongside the Tarka Trail between Torrington and Meeth on route 27. The cafe is on the highest point of the trail.