There are few pleasures as rewarding as good food and drink shared with good company. Add a virtuous stroll to the pub to burn calories and improve your carbon footprint and you’ve got the perfect way to unwind!
The Hartland Quay Hotel and the Wreckers Retreat is in a spectacular setting right by the water on the South West Coast Path at Hartland Quay. Whether you come along the coastpath or down from Stoke on the incredible, windy tollroad you cannot fail to be stirred by the unforgettable scenery. Add in home cooked food, real ales, children welcome, outdoor seating with unbeatable views and some remarkable sunsets and it will soon become a favourite watering hole.
Or, for a village ramble, choose the Michelin-mentioned Hart Inn or try the Anchor Inn, both at Hartland village. The Hart specialises in fabulous food, locally sourced, cooked to perfection and served with flair and imagination which has won it’s inclusion in the 2009, 2010 and 2011 Michelin Guides and Eating Out in Pubs guides. It serves real ales and has a distinctive wine list.
The Anchor Inn is a 16th Century Inn with a well earned reputation for home cooked, traditional English food from local producers and real ale. It welcomes families, dogs, walkers and cyclists and there are beautiful views from the terrace.