Pubs & Restaurants
If you choose to have dinner out the Dartmoor area has a good variety of fantastic venues, from the down to earth to really haute cuisine.
The Devonshire Inn
Tel: 01837 840626
Good beer, quiet pub, dogs welcome. Aga cooked food, excellent soup/pasties/sandwiches/ploughmans available most lunchtimes. Delicious traditional food, need to give good notice for evening meals except for Hotpot nights Friday and Saturday. Curry night once a month.
Pub garden for sunny days.
Taw River Inn
Tel: 01837 840377
Also good beer, food every day, good ‘pub grub’. Pub with more action, large screen TV, pool, games machines etc.
The King’s Arms
Tel 01837 840300
Good beer, great atmosphere, good food. Separate function room, with very large screen TV.
Tel: 01837 840689
Good beer and good pub food. In centre of moorland village of Belstone, a pleasant walk (about 2 miles) along the Skaigh Valley – all off road.
Tel: 01837 659766 / 54242
Good Indian restaurant/takeaway in centre of Okehampton town (5 minutes drive), next to river. Open every day except Monday.
Tel: 01837 861334
Bearslake, near Sourton, on the A386 road to Tavistock, 15 minutes drive away. Old thatched pub with excellent restaurant and lovely extensive outside area with tables for good weather days.
Tom Cobley Tavern
Tel: 01647 231314
Named after Tom Cobley, of ‘Widdecombe Fair’ fame – reputedly the start of the famous trek to the Fair. Traditional pub in off the beaten track village of Spreyton. About 15 minutes drive from Sticklepath. Excellent beer and pub meals. CAMRA National Pub of the Year 2006.