Eating & Drinking

Places to eat & drink near the Holiday Home

Dartmouth Harbour

Immediate vicinity


Radius 7 Restaurant

Specialising in local produce sourced within 7 miles of the restaurant. Radius 7 also offers a bar, coffee shop and takeaway as well as serving breakfasts

Green Dragon Pub

A traditional pub with stone and wood floors, wooden beams and a splendid fireplace. A varied menu offering pub classics and homemade pizzas is complemented by an extensive range of wines, ales and cider.

Stoke Lodge Hotel Restaurant

Focus on local produce is used whenever possible - the finest meats, freshly caught fish and farm vegetables. The chef produces an extensive table d'hôte menu daily and an à la carte menu is also available.

Venus Café, Blackpool Sands

Open every day and sitting right on the beach, the Venus Café  offersstunning views, peaceful breakfasts, light lunches and a choice of hot and cold drinks.



Or for something different how about private dining in your apartment. Devon Private Dining offers the luxury of a chef to come to you


A short 3 miles away is Dartmouth with numberousoptions for dining out a few of which are listed below. If you prefer not to drive there is a regular bus service that departs from just outside the apartment.

The Angel

A luxury waterside restaurant, facing the River Dart, The Angel is led by Head Chef Elly Wentworth who came to fame as a successful runner up in the 2016 BBC’s MasterChef The Professionals.

Anzac Street Bistro

Combining Mediterranean cuisine with a Polish twist, alongside Devon-sourced ingredients to create a unique restaurant. There’s regularly live music at the Anzac Street Bistro, most commonly on Saturdays and some Sundays, which tends to be mellow piano or acoustic sets

Bayard's Cove Inn

This timber-framed Tudor inn on Dartmouth’s historic cobbled quayside where the Mayflower left for America in 1620, Bayards Cove Inn’s Old Town location is picturesque and rich with history as well as offering rustic West Country food.

Bushell’s Riverside Restaurant

Situated on Dartmouth’s South Embankment, overlooking the River Dart to Kingswear – every table has a wonderful view. Owned and run by Jaime and Sarah Bushell, The Riverside Restaurant offers a menu that is designed to ensure all dishes are freshly sourced, and so, the menu changes on a daily basis to reflect this.


casual restaurant with a tasty ‘Tex-Mex’ themed menu and a friendly, lively atmosphere.

Platform 1 Champagne Bar

With panoramic views across the River Dart towards Kingswearyou can expect to find fresh crab, lobster and mussels, as well as Ruby Red Devon beef on the menu. Not only is it their food choice that’s outstanding, but they also offer an extensive wine and spirits menu, and naturally a glass of their Pol Roger Champagne!

The River Restaurant, Dart Marina

Offering elegant fine dining and a relaxing ambiencePerched on the water’s edge, and using fresh, local ingredients, Head chef Peter Alcroft expertly creates culinary masterpieces.


Like the Seahorse restaurant, Rockfish is owned and managed by celebrity chef Mitch Tonks. Rockfish is a more rustic eatery– the perfect setting for a portion of fish and chips.

The Seahorse

An award winning restaurant, run by celebrity chef Mitch Tonks is one the most famous of all restaurants in Dartmouth. The sensational seasonal fish menu changes daily, but usually includes sea bass, monkfish, and heavenly scallops.


Perfect for intimate dining, with sparkling chandeliers and the stunning backdrop of the River Dart and across to Kingswear. Highly rated by foodies, and with a menu mainly focused on seafood.

The Wheelhouse

An old-fashioned fish and chip shop and restaurant popular with locals and tourists alike. Offering classic fish and chips that as well as sandwiches, chicken dishes, burgers and salads.


Please note all eating and drinking options are provided for information and to help you to plan your trip. They do not constitute recommendations unless stated and we advise you to check reviews before booking.