Pubs list

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Inside the Bull & Bush, Torquay
situated just a short walk from the beach in the hustle and bustle of the main bed and breakfast district in the bay
43 Belgrave Road, Torquay, TQ2 5HZ
The Rising Sun, Brixham
A traditional fisherman's pub and one of the oldest pubs in Brixham, with a clean, cosy interior, live music at weekends, and food served.
8 The Quay, Brixham, TQ5 8AW
The Dartmouth Inn, East Street, Newton Abbot
Dating from the seventeenth century, serving real ale, with a garden, wi-fi, and dog and family friendly.
63 East Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2JP
Ye Olde Cider Bar, Newton Abbot
Basic old fashioned cider house and the 2018 Cider Pub of The Year according to the South Devon Branch of the Campaign for Real Ale.
99 East Street, Newton Abbot, TQ12 2LD
The Tradesman's Arms, Scoriton
The Tradesman's Arms is a traditional country pub with modern styling and a very friendly welcome. We offer quality real ales, homecooked food, a selection of wines and B&B accommodation.
Scorriton, Buckfastleigh, TQ11 0JB
Old Market House, Brixham
we pride ourselves on offering fresh locally sourced food from the South West accompanied by award winning beers and fine wines and, alongside our popular food and drink menus, you will always find our daily specials...
The Quay, Brixham, TQ5 8AW
The Old Coaching Inn, Brixham
Open each and every day, serving food and drink and, arguably, serving the best scones in Devon! – although currently closed for refurbishment until Easter 2021
61 Fore Street, Brixham, TQ5 8AG
Minerva Inn, Plymouth
The pub holds live music nights three times a week and a Jam Night every Thursday, which is free for all budding musicians to sharpen their strings, whistles or vocal chords!
31 Looe Street, Plymouth, PL4 0EA
The Anchorage
family run public house previously housing the Ming Dynasty Chinese Restaurant and before that known as the Billacombe Tavern, boasting a garden and offering home made food along with breakfast and a Sunday carvery
203 Billacombe Road, Plymstock, PL9 7HG
Sandygate Inn, Kingsteignton
One of the oldest pubs in Kingsteignton, the origins of which can be traced back to at least 1675 when the cartographer John Ogilby recorded it on his map of Devonshire.
Lower Sandygate, Kingsteignton, TQ12 3PU