The Tamar Valley has a great range of places to eat out. You'll find restaurants from Launceston to Plymouth, using fresh local produce and often with wonderful views to enjoy while you have your meal.
|The Springer Spaniel||
An 18th Century country pub and restaurant which is easily found on the A388 between Launceston and Callington.
|Barn Restaurant at Cotehele||
Originally a 15th century tithe barn. Specialises in locally sourced, seasonal food. Patio seating available. Licensed. Open daily mid-Feb to 31st December (except 25th and 26th December). Private Parties welcome. Dogs welcome in the patio.
|Just Be Coffee and Wine Lounge||
Just Be is a place where you can truly relax and enjoy the remarkable surroundings of the waterside at Saltash, whether you are choosing from the freshly prepared selection of food dishes, enjoying one of our great coffees or teas or sampling from our extensive list of fine wines and craft beers.
|Dining at China Fleet Country Club||Cornwall, Swimming Pool, Pets Not Allowed, Free Parking, Child Friendly||
Passionate about creating a great dining experience, the China Fleet chefs work hard to create exciting menus, filled with interesting and unique dishes. Our 'buy local' policy supports our passion for great-quality produce and is at the heart of all we do.
|Arundell Arms Restaurant and Bars||
Food That’s Among the Best in England.
Fine-dining, Brasserie style, or hearty pub-classics, find delicious food to suit every occasion from different restaurant areas at the Arundell Arms. All use fresh produce from local suppliers and all are led by Head Chef, Steven Pidgeon – internationally recognised for modern British cuisine and 1 of only 80 Master Chefs in Great Britain. This year we celebrate 20 consecutive years holding the AA 2 Rosette find dining award.
|The Horn of Plenty Restaurant||WiFi, Free Parking, Devon, Real Fire, Wheelchair Accessible, Walkers Welcome, Romantic Breaks, Licensed, Stay in a Historic House, Dog Friendly, Cyclists Welcome, Evening Meals Available, Great Views||
The Horn of Plenty has been thrilling guests for over 50 years with some of the South West's very best food, stunning views and elegant surroundings.
|Hotel Endsleigh Restaurant||Devon, Wheelchair Accessible, Romantic Breaks, Stay in a Historic House, Dog Friendly, Great Views, By the River||
Hotel Endsleigh is a romantic Regency period house with far reaching unspoilt views across the Tamar Valley. The place to unwind and relax.
Take one award winning chef and one ex- ballerina who both have a passion for good food, good wine and great company. Put them together and you have 'Gourmandaise'
|Lewtrenchard Manor Restaurant||
In the Restaurant at Lewtrenchard, diners are treated to a dining experience that is without equal in the South West.
|The Wildflower Restaurant @ Moorland Garden Hotel||
With views over the lawn and gardens, The Wildflower Restaurant is a popular place for lunch or dinner. The Dartmoor Bar and Lounge has a relaxed atmosphere, where your four legged friend is welcome.
|Honicombe Manor Restaurant||
Enjoy a drink or a meal in our spacious restaurant and bar throughout the year:
Restaurant open most evenings 5pm-9pm and for Sunday Roast between 12noon and 3pm. Check boards outside reception for details. Bar open daily from 5pm.
Takeaway also available
Food is available during busy periods only – please check the board for times/menus. We also offer some entertainment during the season – please ask in reception for more information or see on-site displays.
|Tors Restaurant at Two Bridges Hotel||
A true taste of Devon - under the guidance of Executive Chef Mike Palmer, the Tors Restaurant at the Two Bridges Hotel is one of the most sought after dining destinations, not only on Dartmoor but across the whole of Devon.
Whether enjoying a stay with us, stopping for lunch whilst walking on the moor, popping in for a cream tea or planning a special night out, guests will always be reated to delicious, locally sourced food alongside a wonderful selection of local ailes and superb wines - all in the stunning surroundings of Dartmoor National Park.