Appledore from the River Torridge                         Sunset view from Pebble Ridge,                 The Torridge towards Bideford                            Tarka Morrismen       

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         Restaurants, Cafes & Pubs
 Where to eat and drink in Appledore - and further afield

So much great choice - you just can't go wrong! Bon appetit & cheers!  

= well-behaved dogs are allowed into the bar area - but generally not the food/restaurant areas.

Cafes, Restaurants, Pubs & Bars in Appledore

Susie's Tea Rooms
25 Market Street,Appledore,Bideford,EX39 1PP
Tel: +44 (0)1237 474168
Susie's Tea Rooms is tucked away behind the quay in historic Market Street in Appledore.

After exploring the narrow streets and brightly painted cottages come and enjoy a wide range of daytime refreshments in comfortable surroundings with friendly local staff. When the weather is good we have a pretty sheltered tea garden.
Dogs are welcome in both the tea room and garden.
Opening hours: Open daily from 10am - 4.30pm

The Seagate - Appledore Inn    
The Quay,Appledore,EX39 1QS
Tel: +44 (0)1237 472589
17th Century Inn, overlooking the Torridge Estuary.
A traditional bar, serving real ales and a large wine selection and food, glorious food!! Fresh fish is at the heart of our menus and food is served all day from breakfast to dinner. Located on the Quay at Appledore, you can watch the sun go down from one of the two terraces at the Seagate.

* Access for wheelchairs *

The Coffee Cabin
22 The Quay,Appledore, EX39 1QS
Tel: +44 (0)1237 475843

Asmall independent coffee shop, offering home made cakes light lunches, 
They also sell whole cakes to order - delightful coffee shop on the Quay where you can watch the world go by.

Bensons Licensed Restaurant
20 The Quay,Appledore, EX39 1QS
Tel: +44 (0)1237 424093

Andy and Caroline welcome you to their award winning Bensons Restaurant on Appledore Quay here in North Devon where we pride ourselves on the quality of our locally sourced fresh fish some of which is landed on the quay opposite. We also offer a fine selection of prime cuts of meat and poultry and if you have the room, fantastic home made puds and great British cheeses!
If you have any allergies or special dietary requirements please let us know when you make your reservation.

Bensons is an adult sanctuary and as such are unable to cater for the under twelves

Sylvesters Fish & Chips
3 Meeting Street,Appledore,Bideford,EX39 1RJ
Tel: +44 (0)1237 423548

Hubba! Café & Craft
5 Hubbastone Road,Appledore, EX39 1LZ
Tel: +44 (0)1237 473840

Relax and enjoy home-cooked food in our Hubba! café and maybe paint a pot! Choose an ornament, plate or whatever takes your fancy and paint it!

The Beaver Inn  
Irsha Street,Appledore,EX39 1RY
Tel: +44 (0)1237 474822
The pub nestles on the shore of the River Torridge amongst the quaint old fishermans' cottages of the famous Irsha Street in West Appledore. More than just a pub! Atmosphere - music - great food!

The Champ  
4-5 Meeting Street,Appledore,EX39 1RJ
Tel: +44 (0)1237 425993

With an open fire, comfy sofas and not enough room to swing a stuffed fox, join us for live music at least four nights a week.

The Royal Hotel  
Bude Street,Appledore,EX39 1PS
Tel: +44 (0)1237 474305

Located in one of Appledore's narrowest pedestrian lanes, a few steps from the quay, nestling between quaint cottages.


The Royal Plaice (Eat in or Takeaway)
Fish & Chip Restaurant
Market Street,Appledore,Bideford,EX39 1PW
Tel: +44 (0)1237 478673



The Coach & Horses   
5 Market Street,Appledore,EX39 1PW 

A 15th century stone built coaching inn

Restaurants and cafes a little bit further afield

The Pier House
Merley Road, Westward Ho! EX39 1JU
Tel: +44 (0)1237 47777

Where the beach ends and the cliff begins is Westward Ho! ‘s only seafront bar and bistro. Located in North Devon’s most unique settings perched majestically on the cliff edge overlooking Bideford Bay and Lundy Island… you know you’re there when you can hear the sea.
* Access for wheelchairs *

Moran's Restaurant & Bar
Golf Links Road, Westward Ho! EX39 1LH
Tel: +44 (0)1237 472070

Overlooking the sea at Westward Ho! 'More than just a restaurant, Moran’s brings a modern twist to fine dining with an extensive menu including many signature dishes, a delectable range of cocktails and more. Combing exclusive Thai cuisine, relaxing surroundings and a stress-free ambience, Moran’s creates a dining experience like no other'.
* Access for wheelchairs *

Memories Restaurant
8 Fore Street, Northam, EX39 1AW 

Tel: +44 (0)1237 473419

Country Cousins Restaurant
3 Westbourne Terrace, Westward Ho! EX39 1LL
Tel: +44 (0)1237 476989

Excellent restaurant in the heart of Westward Ho!
looking out over the sea

* Access for wheelchairs *

The Pig on the Hill 
Pusehill, Westward Ho! EX39 5AH
Tel: +44 (0)1237 459222

Newly reopened and completely refurbished for June 2013

The Pig on the Hill offers a great menu, plus good beer .
It's a family/child friendly place and there's a games room with skittles and pool table and an outside play park. There's even a petanque pitch where you can hire sets of boules.

* Access for wheelchairs *

The Puffing Billy & Torrington Station
Station Hill, Great Torrington, EX38 8JD
Tel: +44 (0)1805 623050

More than a relaxed and friendly pub, restaurant and gardens - perfectly situation, right on the Tarka Trail! Although the last train ran from Torrington in 1982, lots of memorabilia of the local line are on view including a goods grake van, coal truck and buffet carriage on a restored stretch of track, adding to the feel of yesterday. 

This is also the home of The Tarka Valley Railway Group

* Access for wheelchairs *


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Last Updated February 2017