Places to Eat in South Devon
When staying at Woodlands Grove Camping & Caravan Park you will be spoilt for choice for places to eat, there are Restaurants, Cafes, Pubs and Devon Cream Tea Cottages abound.
With the sea so close fish is top of the menus from Michelin stared fine dining Restaurants to intimate Harbourside Bistros.
Look out for local Sea Bass and Plaice or start with Mackerel fresh from the smokehouse. Fresh traditional Fish and Chips eaten by the sea wall turns into a treat!
The South Hams Crabs are famous for their sweet taste. Find them served with a crispy salad, fries and aoili or in a made to order bursting sandwich.
Locally reared meat is wonderful & succulent, particularly enjoyed cooked to the Devon recipes:
Lamb served with rosemary new potatoes and Homemade Steak & Kidney Pie are a pub speciality.
Don't miss the delicious delight of a Devon Cream Tea. The variety of Cafes and Cottages serving the famous Devon Cream Tea are endless. Choose one which produces soft, fresh, home baked scones, where the rich clotted cream is a perfect match for the homemade fruit filled jam. A real Devon Experience.
Britannia @ the Beach - Beesands
Welcome to Britannia @ The Beach, home of fantastically fresh local seafood – affectionately known as ‘The Shack’. At The Shack they offer a combination of a traditional fishmonger, village store and a unique rustic café. Situated in the old fishing village of Beesands between Torcross and historic Hallsands with superb views across Start Bay. The specials menu changes daily to include the freshest catches of the day, cooked simply with imagination to tickle your taste buds!
Sportsmans Arms - Outskirts of Dartmouth
Approximately 1 mile from Woodlands entrance the Sportsmans Arms strive to offer a friendly service with a great food menu in a relaxed, family atmosphere. The food is made with fresh local produce and they offer a simple homecooked menu at a resonable price. They are renowned for their carvery which is served every Sunday Lunch and every evening in peak season. They also have a childrens outdoor play area.
The George Inn - Blackawton
Approximately a 5 minute drive or 20 minute walk from Woodlands. The George Inn, near Dartmouth is well renowned for providing a warm welcome, excellent food, enviable countryside views, and if you’re looking for a South Devon B&B – then they do that too. They pride themselves on being dog friendly and are also the proud holders of a ‘Silver’ Green Tourism Scheme Award and a placement in 2012’s ‘Good Beer Guide’
Valley View Cafe - Loddiswell
Valley View Cafe is run by local couple Amy and Richard, they pride themselves in providing a home cooked, fresh and tasty menu all using local, doorstop produce from the farm shop next door; Aune Valley Meat. The Cafe has grown into a little local hotspot for foodie lovers come rain or shine. Enjoy the stunning views from either outside on the terrace or from inside the light and vintage decorated cafe in a relaxed environment by the friendly team. Serving generous portions, fantastic flavours, with the freshest possible ingredients and all served with a friendly smile. Valley View Cafe delivers it all.