Located within stomping distance of the moors, our selection of restaurants and pubs serve local, seasonal produce with a distinctly Dartmoor flavour
As farmers, gardeners and food enthusiasts, the team at Home Farm Café is passionate about Dartmoor and the West Country. All the café’s meat is sourced from farms on the edge of the moor, and from its own herd of Ruby Devon cattle. The café produces its own apple juice and flowers, and tries to keep the sourcing of other produce as local as is available, favouring Devon suppliers where possible.
Home Farm Café is located on the Parke estate at the foot of Dartmoor. Enjoy, locally sourced food after (or before) an explore of Dartmoor. Open for brunch, lunch or dinner.
This hotel is an oasis of comfort and offers warm Devon hospitality located on the banks of the West Dart River in the heart of Dartmoor.
Immerse yourself in the beautiful Dartmoor scenery with bracing walks in every direction. Inside, you’ll discover a warm welcome, comfortable hotel rooms, delicious food that’s prepared using the best local ingredients, characterful lounges and a well-stocked bar.
Experience the hotel and location and enjoy one of its Dartmoor Leisure Breaks that includes breakfast and dinner. It’s the perfect getaway.
This quintessential country inn has an extensive menu and offers locally sourced food and drink. All the dishes are prepared by passionate, skilled chefs, including traditional pub food and special foodie events, such as the sell-out Asian banquet evenings. Many of the ingredients are sourced from within a few miles of the inn, with everything prepared by hand.
Trusham is located on the western side of the Haldon Hills, above the river Teign, which forms the Dartmoor National Park boundary and is just over half-a-mile away. Make the most of exploring the moors and stay in one of The Cridford’s four en suite bedrooms.
Dartmoor lies to the east of Tavistock, the historic town where The Bedford Hotel is located. Guests are made to feel very welcome here with comfortable rooms, a fine restaurant dining and informal bar.
To enjoy exploring the moors to the full, book a Dartmoor Leisure Break at the hotel, which includes two nights in one of the luxurious and individually styled rooms, a three-course dinner in the elegant Woburn Restaurant each evening, and a hearty Devon breakfast each morning.
Set on the edge of Dartmoor among iconic bottle kilns, the Old Pottery Restaurant at the House of Marbles reflects the rich history of the site. Using locally sourced and seasonal ingredients, such as Brixham fish and artisan bread, the quality of the dishes on offer here is exceptional.
Pay a visit to the Old Pottery for an unbeatable breakfast, lunch or an all-important cream tea, or enjoy a more refined dining experience with our evening restaurant due to open soon. Visit the website for updates.
Lewtrenchard Manor is a historic, family-run, luxury hotel located in a secluded valley beneath Dartmoor. This Jacobean manor house dates back to the early 1600s and is the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing break in beautiful surroundings.
In the restaurant at Lewtrenchard, diners are treated to food that is meticulously prepared and beautifully presented by a team of chefs, headed by David Brown. Produce from the restaurant’s own kitchen garden is used throughout its menus to ensure the locality and seasonality of the food.
Stay and dine here for a very special Dartmoor escape.
This Dartmoor inn is located in a perfect spot for refuelling after exploring the surrounding moorland.
The cosy bar has a wood burner and two further rooms, one of which has an open log fire. With lots of outside space, the large, sheltered garden has plenty of picnic tables.
The home-cooked menu of locally sourced produce from suppliers such as the Dartmoor Farmers Association, Gribble’s Meat & Game and Hawkridge Dairy offers a broad range for all tastes. The bar is well stocked with real ales, farm cider and a comprehensive wine list.
With its famous fire that has been burning since 1845, the Warren House Inn in Postbridge is a traditional pub with oak beams.
You’ll receive a warm welcome here and food is served all day with an extensive menu and specials board. Popular dishes include the homemade Warrener’s Pie, made with rabbit, while the Steak and Ale Pies use local Dartmoor beef and real ale from the pump. Local meats and cheeses feature in the Ploughman’s Lunches, along with an interesting selection of vegetarian dishes. In the evenings, you can choose from Dartmoor beef steaks, lamb shanks, fish and meat-free options, and not forgetting the delicious Sunday roasts or the tempting dessert menu.
Well-kept real ales, local ciders, wines, whiskeys and soft drinks are served.
The Cleave Restaurant & Bar is a 15th-century thatched inn set in a picturesque Dartmoor village.
Using the freshest ingredients from local suppliers and farms, the menu changes regularly to reflect the seasonal produce. Visitors can also enjoy fine real ales from the South West, along with a carefully selected wine list to complement your food.
Enjoy the cosy interior, or go alfresco in the beautiful beer garden. Dogs are welcome too.