PUBS/EATING OUT

Palk Arms – Hennock (10 min walk from Stickwick)
(www.theonlypalkarms.co.uk

Hennock, TQ13 9QB – Tel: 01626 836584 
16th Century Free House is set high above the Teign Valley in the village of Hennock and has wonderful panoramic views over the rolling hills and beautiful countryside. We offer pub grub (the best in Hennock!), simple meals from £6, great real Ale and a wide selection of wine. There is plenty of room either by the fire or on the sofas admiring the view. 
Opening hours can vary, please check. Groups, please pre book. Children welcome before 8.30pm and dogs welcome on leads.

 

Manor Inn – Lower Ashton (4 mile drive from Stickwick)
www.manorinn.co.uk
Lower Ashton, EX6 7QL – Tel: 01647 252304

Inside you will find a relaxed ambience full of style and comfort where you can wine and dine and enjoy our bar stocked with a fine selection of wines, spirits and real cask ales such as Otter, Legend, Cotleigh Jail and Teignworthy Reel Ale.

 Our restaurant has a smart interior, with a menu offering freshly prepared lunches and evening meals using Devon’s finest produce with seafood being one of our specialities.

 Outside we have a garden with shaded tables and chairs where one can eat and drink while enjoying the spectacular views over the local countryside.

The Manor Inn’s head chef specialises in locally caught fish and game, and takes real pleasure in bringing to the Manor Inn ‘good honest food with a difference’ using local produce that always reflects the season.

 With a well thought out wine list to compliment your menu which regularly changes, along with great service, one can look forward to food cooked to perfection and an evening of something just that little bit special.

Excellent food, picturesque setting. Children welcome (no highchairs, no kids menu, garden), but freshly prepared food adapted for children.

 

Cridford Inn– Trusham (3 mile drive from Stickwick)
thecridfordinn.co.uk
Trusham, Newton Abbot TQ13 0NR- Tel: 01626 853694

Welcome to possibly the oldest inn in the UK dating back to 825AD

The Cridford Inn is a charming old Devon longhouse that has kept is character. We are a free-house serving some of the finest food available in Devon. Locally sourced and fairly priced this inn deserves a visit – you will not want to leave!

Traditional pub grub in comfortable bar, with a family area and dogs are welcome in the bar as well.

 

The Elizabethan Inn – Luton ( 5mile drive from Stickwick)
www.elizabethaninn.co.uk
Fore Street, Luton, Nr Newton Abbot, TQ13 0BL Tel 01626 775 425

Welcome to The Elizabethan, a superb restaurant and pub situated in the picturesque village of Luton, just a ten-minute drive from Newton Abbot & Teignmouth in Devon.

Originally dating back to the 16th century, the interior reflects a perfect balance between contemporary and traditional features, from the classic country pub décor, original beams, to the classic wood burning stove with the faint aroma of wood smoke.

Proprietors Nick Powell & Anne Gibbs have owned & run The Elizabethan since July 2002, together they have produced truly tempting menus for you to choose from. Both à la carte and set menus are on offer which change regularly featuring fish, game, meat and vegetarian dishes all sourced locally in South Devon where possible.

 

Clay Cutters Arms – Chudleigh Knighton (2 mile drive from Stickwick)
www.theclaycutters.co.uk
Chudleigh Knighton, TQ13 0EY – Tel: 01626 853345

The Clay Cutters Arms is a local pub offering food sourced from local producers. Located in Chudleigh Knighton in Devon with great access to Dartmoor. It is a Grade Il* Listed Building with thatched roof and dating from the mid 1600’s. With a large Car Park at the back, its the perfect place to start and finish your club events! Good value food in a relaxed environment. Children welcome, dogs welcome on leads.

 

Cromwell Arms – Bovey Tracey (2 mile drive from Stickwick)
www.thecromwellarms.co.uk
Fore Street, Bovey Tracey, TQ13 9AE- Tel: 01626 833473

The Cromwell Arms is an award winning, family run Country Inn run by tenants Gary and Julie Roberts.

Whether you are on holiday, on business or just passing through, a visit here is highly recommended. Situated just a 5 minute drive off the A38 Devon Expressway and ideally located on the edge of Dartmoor.

The town of Bovey Tracey, also known as the Gateway to the Moor, offers easy access to endless Dartmoor countryside and the Cromwell Arms, being in the heart of the town, is a fantastic place from which to explore the whole region, from the moors, tors and villages, to the beaches of Devon and the rest of the South West. With Exeter, Plymouth and Newton Abbot easily accessible from us, together with being only 10 miles away from the sea, our location is an ideal stop over for a business trip, a weekend break or for longer staying guests who are holidaying in Devon.

Children welcome (high chairs and children’s menu), garden. Dogs welcome in the bar.

 

Ten Tors Inn- Kingsteignton (3/4 mile drive from Stickwick)
www.staustellbrewery.co.uk
Kingesteignton, Newton Abbot, TQ12 3NP – Tel: 01626 365434

Traditional Pub, Carvery, Vegetarian, Children’s Menu, A La Carte/Fine, Locally Sourced
Run by a chain. Good value food
. Highchairs, kids menu and family room with outside play area available.

 

The Old Inn Widecombe-in-the-Moor (30 min drive from Stickwick)
www.theoldinnwidecombe.com
WIDECOMBE -IN-THE-MOOR, TQ13 7TA Tel: 01364 621 207

With spectacular views over Hameldown, and chickens roaming in the spacious garden, The Old Inn at Widecombe-in-the-Moor is the epitome of a traditional Dartmoor alehouse. Widecombe is a walkers’ hub, and The Old Inn is the perfect place to rest your weary legs and enjoy a well-earned pint of ale or cider, a tasty lunch, or a traditional Devon cream tea. The food is fresh and seasonal, with the daily changing specials focusing on hearty local meat dishes; beef is sourced from the Dartmoor Farmers Association, from cattle grazing out on the moor. The burgers on the à la carte menu are building up quite a reputation, and The Old Inn is already known for its delicious fish and chips. Save space for a homemade pudding or pop back after your walk for an evening meal, once the midday rush has died down. Excellent Value – Children and Dogs welcome

 

TAKEAWAYS – BOVEY TRACEY (2 MILES FROM STICKWICK)

Fish N Chips – Bovey Fish

Bar 77, Fore St, Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot, TQ13 9AB Tel: 01626 833386

 

Fish N Chips – Cavalier Fryer

Unit 4, Battle Rd, Heathfield Industrial Estate, Newton Abbot, TQ12 6RY Tel: 01626 834948

 

Indian – Spice Bazaar

38, Fore St, Newton Abbot, TQ13 9AD Tel: 01626 833111 www.spicebazaarbovey.co.uk

 

Chinese – Choys of Bovey

15, Town Hall Place, Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot, TQ13 9AA Tel: 01626 834302

 

Pizza/Burgers/Fried Chicken

BFC 39, Fore St, Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot, TQ13 9AD Tel: 01626 836111