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1) Kitley House Hotel


Yealmpton, Plymouth, PL8 2NW View Map


Tel:01752 881555

In a riverside setting close to Plymouth, Kitley House Hotel occupies an historic country house in the village of Yealmpton. The hotel's elegant restaurant extends into three separate dining areas: the magnificent formal Library with its marble pillars and views over the trout lake; the ornate Regency overlooking the Fountain Garden; and the more intimate space of the Drawing Room. The modern British menu features everyday specials such as steak and roast chicken alongside its unstuffy la carte, plus a lighter lounge menu, and afternoon tea and Sunday lunch.

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2) Royal Oak Restaurant


Duke Street, Lostwithiel, PL22 0AG View Map


Tel:01208 872552

The Royal Oak Restaurant, is situated in the old capital of Cornwall, Lostwithiel. Set in stunning surroundings in the heart of a beautiful Valley. The Royal Oak was built in the 13th Century, and has remained well maintained for centuries. The Royal Oak, open all year round, offers a wide range of traditional meals prepared and cooked freshly using the very best of local Cornish Produce. In addition to the restaurant The Royal Oak serves a large variety of real ales, beers, wines and spirits in a flagstone floored public bar, seperate from the restaurant, offering a warm & friendly environment for a relaxing drink. There is also a comfortable Lounge area with its own bar.

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3) The Anchor Inn


Lutterburn Street, Ivybridge, PL21 0NG View Map


Tel:01752 892283

If you're looking for wholesome traditional British fare, it's worth making a trip to the picturesque Anchor Inn nestled in the Devonshire village of Ugborough. The restaurant within this 16th century freehouse uses locally farmed produce (some of the meats are reared from the farm behind the pub) to offer fresh seafood and hearty staples with a Mediterranean influence. Locals and visitors gather beneath the beamed ceiling to warm themselves at the log burner and enjoy real ales at the bar.

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4) The Old Sail Loft


The Quay, Cornwall, PL13 1AP View Map


Tel:01503 262131

Tucked away in of the oldest buildings in Looe, The Old Sail Loft is an atmospheric restaurant which was once a the haunt of smugglers and local fishermen. Largely preserved in its original form, the interior features beams and roof trusses built of old English oak, some said to have been salvaged from the timbers of local wrecks. A great selection of locally caught seafood dominates the menu, while vibrant modern artwork mingles with seafaring relics in the smart yet intimate dining room.

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5) The Tavistock Arms Hotel


Fore Street, Gunnislake, PL18 9BN View Map


Tel:01822 832217

Cosy and congenial, the family-owned Tavistock Arms Hotel is situated in the middle of the Devonshire village of Gunnislake in the beautiful Tamar Valley. This well-established former coaching inn offers an all-day brasserie-style menu in its handsome traditional restaurant, with a separate menu available for children. A selection of beers, wines, teas and coffees is served in the snug bar area.

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6) La Tasca - Plymouth


Unit 3, Derry's Cross, Plymouth, PL1 2SW View Map


Tel:01752 250094

La Tasca brings its vibrant mixture of Spanish culture to Plymouth with this boisterous branch of its successful chain of tapas restaurants. The mellow interior and friendly vibe keep the place buzzing, while a mouthwatering selection of tapas and paella fills up the menu. If you can't bring yourself to share Spanish-style, there are regular Iberian dance classes to burn off your indulgences.

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7) The Royal Oak Inn


, Meavy, PL20 6PJ View Map


Tel:01822 852944

Situated in the ancient village of Meavy, The Royal Oak is as steeped in history as its pretty Devonshire moorland surroundings. Dominated by its namesake, a magnificent hollow oak which is reputed to have hidden King Charles, the 15th-century inn with its blazing peat fires serves as a comfortable winter hideaway or summer retreat. Food is a hearty range of British classics, washed down with a range of international wines plus local cask ales and traditional scrumpy cider.

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8) Mildmay Colours Inn


Fore Street, Plymouth, PL8 1NA View Map


Tel:01752 830248

Serving British food. This establishment has yet to update its full description but why not book a table online now? or visit their website?


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9) The Plume Of Feathers


Plymouth Hill, Yelverton, PL20 6QQ View Map


Tel:01822 890240

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