Fabulous Food & Drink

Wonderful things to eat and drink are an essential part of any stay or visit. With a long farming, foraging and fishing heritage, fabulous food is quite simply a way of life here. Food is literally fresh from the sea, farm, specialist producer or brewer Many of the accommodation providers, pubs and cafes use produce from the doorstep, so whether you eat out or in, it is possible to have almost zero food miles.
Delicious cream tea from The Point@Hartland Point, wonderful, extensive outdoor cafe on the SWCP coastpath

Fabulous Food & Drink

Local Food & Drink On The Hartland Peninsula

The Hartland Peninsula area has some fantastic places to eat and drink.

Choose from great pubs, wonderful restaurants, tea rooms, coffee shops, outdoor refreshment kiosks and some fantastic local food & drink suppliers.

Scroll down too to see the array of exciting food festivals and events  – everything from the Clovelly Crab & Lobster Feast to Hartland Farmers’ Market.


Pubs & Restaurants

The Wrecker’s Retreat Pub at Hartland Quay. Delicious fresh food served with views across the Atlantic and the cliffs.

The Kings Arms, and The Anchor Inn in Hartland Village offer great food and drink – click on each link to view more details of their offerings. The Royal British Legion is open most evenings and welcomes visitors.

Pattard Restaurant offers wonderful food created using local quality ingredients.

If you want to go a little further afield you can explore The Red Lion and New Inn at Clovelly. 


Tea shops and cafes

Coffee On The Square. In Hartland Square and will be serving coffee and a delicious menu made from fresh local produce. Added to that we will have for sale a selection of local handmade crafts, art and cards, original and unique gifts for all.

The Wrecker’s Retreat Pub at Hartland Quay offers morning coffee, afternoon tea, light meals and a full bar menu.

Docton Mill Gardens and Tea Room.  Open from March to October; Gold Medal Award Winning Garden, Best Cream Tea in North Devon, Best Tea Room in North Devon. Open 7 days a week with no entrance fee to the tea room. 

Hartland Point Refreshment Kiosk. Open from Easter – October, 10am to 5pm. An outdoor refreshment kiosk amidst stunning scenery and wildlife with a very wide array of food, cakes and drinks.

Lower Brownsham Farm Tea Room is open in the summer months. Set in a quaint part of a working farm close to the South West Coast Path, it’s well worth a visit.

Hartland AbbeyOpen from March to October – entrance fee applicable, excellent locally sourced food & drink. 


Take Away & Ordering In

Shamrock Fish and Chips –  Traditional Take away based right in the centre of Hartland Village

The Kings Arms in Hartland Village offers mouth watering 12 inch, stone-baked pizzas to take away, plus other options.

The Pop In: Open seven days a week for lottery, bakery, off licence and all your grocery needs.  Situated in the centre of Hartland, near the free car park. Mon to Sun: 8:00am till 7:30pm all year round.


Farmers Markets

Hartland Farmers Market – on the first Sunday of every month (except January) Opening hours are 10 – 1 & they normally have 25+ producers.