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In Lifton…

Lifton Farm Shop

PL16  0DE   01566 784 605

Belonging to the owners of Wooladon, our very own Farm Shop and Restaurant.  Everything we grow and rear on our land is sold either in the restaurant or in the farm shop.

Our Restaurant, open daily 8 am – 5 pm.  Excellent cooked breakfasts, morning coffee, lunch and afternoon tea.

Our Farm Shop lets you take the stress out of having to visit a supermarket.  Under the one roof we make and sell homemade pasties and sweet and savoury pies.  The bakery produces over a dozen types of bread daily.  We have our own butchers, a deli- counter packed with local cheeses, not to mention the abundance of fruit and vegetables from our own land  – in fact, we sell everything that is needed for the perfect holiday meals!

Lifton Hall Hotel

PL16  0DR  01566 784863

An attractive small, privately owned country house hotel offering good quality bar food.

The Arundell Arms Hotel

Lifton PL16 0AA  01566 784666

From a pub, to a brasserie, to a fine dining restaurant The Arundell Arms offers all three dining experiences!

The Courthouse Bar was formerly the old police station and Court House.  It is a favourite with locals and offers wholesome tasty pub grub with a  good selection of local ales.  Well behaved dogs are welcome

The Hotel Bar offers a good quality brasserie style menus with a regularly changing specials board.  Well behaved dogs are welcome.

The Arundell Arms Restaurant  is a 2AA rosette restaurant serving an a la carte and set menu of the best of local ingredients.  Dogs not allowed.


The Horn of Plenty

Gulworthy PL19 8JD  01822 832528

An award winning 2AA rosette fine dining restaurant near Tavistock with beautiful views over the Tamar Valley.


Cornish Arms

Tavistock PL19 8AN   01822 612145

With John Hooker’s pedigree as a chef, having held 3AA Rosettes, featured in the Good Food Guide and competing on BBC 2’s Great British Menu in 2010 and 2011, John makes the most of the best ingredients from the South West cooked with the seasons produce and using classic combinations with big hearty flavours

Dartmoor Inn

Lydford  EX20 4AY 01822 820221

The Dartmoor Inn is a special place.  The small bar has local ales and a log fire – of course – for those colder times.  It serves pub classics, Dartmoor Inn style.  The restaurant is made up of a series of cosy, stylist dining rooms, each with its own identity and they endeavour to make your experience relaxed.

Bearslake Farm

Lake, Sourton, Okehampton  EX20 4HQ  01837 861334

An original thatched Devon Longhouse nestled in the beautiful North West corner of Dartmoor in the hamlet of Lake serving traditional pub food and a more extensive restaurant menu.   Beautiful garden where you can eat and enjoy spectacular views across farmland to the rugged heights of Dartmoor.

The Springer Spaniel

Treburley, Launceston PL15 9NS 01579 370424

The Springer Spaniel, which dates back to the 18th century, is set in beautiful countryside in the pretty hamlet of Treburley. The pub is renowned for its fine food and ales, with The Springer Spaniel serving an extensive menu of fresh, local, seasonal produce sourced from local farmers and has received numerous awards. The property has been acquired by Masterchef winner Anton Piotrowski. Dogs welcome in the bar.



Plymouth PL1 2EX  01752 201523

If you happen to be in Plymouth and want something away from the familiar restaurant chains found in every city,  go to Chloe’s, a family run, privately owned restaurant right in the centre of the city by the Theatre Royal.  The cooking is French at its best with a collection of old favourites and interesting twists on traditional themes.

By the Sea…

Elements Restaurant

Bude EX23  01288 352 386

One of North Cornwall’s finest located restaurants in Bude.  Situated high on the cliff top between Bude and Widemouth Bay, Elements offer without doubt some of the best views around – and with delicious food!  Their menu is modern Italian.

Port Gaverne

Port Isaac PL29 3SQ  01208 880 244

Fresh off the boat, straight from the farm, foraged this morning…The AA 5 star, 2 Rosette rated 17th-century Port Gaverne Restaurant & Hotel is nestled in a beautiful secluded cove on North Cornwall’s dramatic coast. Enjoy seasonal, star-quality food inspired by the bounty on their doorstep. Relax in the traditional old bar with slate floors, wooden beams and a wide range of proper ales.

Port William

Trebarwith Strand, Tintagel PL34 0HB  01840 770230

The Port William at Trebarwith Strand is renowned as a surfer’s paradise, children’s sandpit and walker’s delight. A traditional coastal inn near Tintagel, has front row sea-facing seats, alfresco dining, contemporary décor and a cosy woodburner to toast your toes beside after a long day walking.  Stroll along the stretch of sand with stunning sea views.

River Exe Café

07761 116103

A unique custom built barge that floats in the Exe estuary – reached by river taxi.   Enjoy the famous River Exe mussels, harvested literally from beneath where you are sitting!

Something different…

Gidleigh Park

Chagford TQ13 8HH  01647 432 367

The elegant and intimate two Michelin-starred restaurant provides a sophisticated backdrop to Executive Chef, Michael Wignall’s decadent tasting and à la carte menus.  One of the most respected chefs in the UK, Michael Wignall has won Michelin stars in every kitchen he has headed since being awarded his first star in 1993.

Restaurant Nathan Outlaw

Port Isaac PL29 3SB 01208 880 896

Outlaw’s is a quality dining experience in a relaxed atmosphere, brought to you by Nathan Outlaw, a Michelin-starred chef based in Cornwall.     The Sea and Fishermen dictate the menu, never compromising on quality or sustainability.

The Seafood Restaurant

Padstow PL28 8BY 01841 532 700 www.ricksteincom

Opened by Rick Stein and Jill Stein in 1975, The Seafood Restaurant in Padstow is famous for establishing an international reputation for the very freshest fish and shellfish, often landed on their doorstep.  Head chef, Stephane Delourme and his team create simple seafood dishes with classic flavours using Rick’s recipes.  They have a seafood bar right in the middle of the restaurant where you can watch chefs assembling platters of oysters, langoustines and sashimi.  No reservations are required for the bar and you can order anything from the a la carte menu.

Michael Caines at Lympstone Manor

EX8 3NZ 01395 202040

Lympstone Manor, a contemporary country house hotel overlooking the Exe Estuary with a world-class wine cellar, 28 acres of gardens, grounds and parkland, acclaimed fine dining cuisine by Michael Caines and the beauty and tranquility of East Devon and the Jurassic Coast.

Jack in the Green

Rockbeare, Exeter EX5 2EE  01404 822240

Empty plates, contented diners and wide smiles provide them with all the motivation they need at this contemporary restaurant.  There’s a proud pedigree behind the team at the Jack and Matthew’s cooking has confidence, precision and excitement in equal measure.  A firm favourite with the owners of Wooladon!

Don’t forget the famous Rick Stein’s fish and chips!  Perfect after the Camel Trail – a relatively flat bike ride along the estuary from Bodmin to Wadebridge. Start at Wadebridge for a shorter distance.  Bikes available to hire.


There are a few takeaways in Launceston (4 miles) – Indian and Chinese, plus a couple of fish & chip shops. If you want something more upmarket, The Arundell Arms Hotel will prepare a three course meal for you to collect or will even deliver to your door!