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Guide to Restaurants & Pubs near the Cider House
Whilst you may well have it in hand should you wish for any particular recommendations of places to eat during your time at Cider House we would be only to delighted to recommend options to suit all tastes, place reservations and or book taxis in advance. It is worth mentioning that at busy times of the season and particularly at weekend, early booking is strongly advised to ensure you secure the place and time to suit your plans.
Here is our Guide to Restaurants and Pubs near the Cider House:
For Spoiling Occasions
The Trenchermans Guide has some fabulous places to choose from in this prestigious collection of restaurants in the South West.
Hotel Endsleigh owned by Olga Polizzi and winner of Devon Life Hotel Restaurant of the Year this Regency fishing lodge set in stunning Grade 1 listed gardens offers a refined, intimate and “ever-so English” dining experience.
The View if you don't mind adding the short ferry trip and 15mins to your travel time from Plymouth, the seafood and the view are definitely worth it.
Local and Traditional
We have some lovely characterful pubs within walking/short drive with lovely locally sourced menus and a traditional feel:
On a more gastro pub level, the following establishments are firm favourites and only a short drive (~20 minutes) into Tavistock.
- The Cornish Arms - Michelin Bib Gormand Awards, 21st in the top 50 Gastro Pub awards
- Church Lane
- Elephant's Nest - 10/15mins beyond Tavistock is a wonderful quintessentially English moorland pub with its own cricket pitch: The Elephants Nest
In the opposite direction - 25 minutes into Plymouth will find a super selection including:
We would be only too pleased to offer recommendations of eateries which may coincide with trips out, sharing not only our longstanding favourites but also those special "finds" guests come back and share with us - please do feel free to ask.