The section of river where the River Dart Hideaways are located is about 8 miles long stretching from Totnes to Dartmouth, along its beautiful winding route are an abundance of beautiful spots to grab a coffee, have a drink or meal. These are all accessible by boat/SUP/Canoe (tide dependent), as well as by foot along the wonderful South West coastal path and of course by car & bike – Here are some of our favourites…
The Anchorstone Café, Dittisham
With its panoramic views of the River Dart and al fresco style dinning, this popular destination is a must for some of the best local seafood. A short dingy/ferry ride from Greenway Quay, just down the road from us. Open seasonally for morning coffee and long lunches it is the most fantastic spot with stunning local fresh food.
The Ferry Boat, Inn, Dittisham
This quaint little pink pub right on the water front at Ditsum, is a real regulars haunt of which you can quickly become a piece of and find afternoons flying away in discussion with friendly faces. Serving great pub food and local beers with its monthly ‘Rock on the beach’ BBQ parties with live music, it is a great place to dingy/ferry across from Greenway Quay just down the road and enjoy the afternoon with friends on the beach.
Eating out in Dartmouth
Mitch Tonks popular fish and chip with a difference. A relaxed restaurant with great food.
The Seahorse Restaurant, Dartmouth
Fine dining at its best with Mich Tonks restaurant serving fantastic fresh fish and an abundance of local produce.
The Angel, Dartmouth
Fine dining on the seafront in Dartmouth.
Another fantastic fine dining experience overlooking the boat.
Bayards Cove, Dartmouth
Lovely relaxed place to eat & drink.
The Deli, Dartmouth
Great homemade cakes, soups and pates with a lovely shop to buy to take home.
A very popular breakfast haunt.
The Bull Inn
A real gem, this is an organic, ingredient-led pub serving up fabulous seasonal dishes.
Ben’s Wine & Tapas
This is a great spot to enjoy some seriously good wine and small plates of food.
Riverford Field Kitchen
With ingredients growing just metres away on the Riverford Farm, the menus showcase seasonal and organic vegetables.
Eating out in Kingswear
Moor at 13, Kingswear
This little waterside café in Kingswear is run by friendly Lottie, who will give you a great coffee, breakfast, cake & does regular themed bookable evening meals.
The Steam Packet Inn, Kingswear
A great pub serving wonderful homemade pizza with lovely river views and a roaring winter fire.
The River Shack, Stoke Gabriel
This lovely riverside café serving stunning food is a great place to sit for an early morning coffee by the Mill pool or enjoy a great lunch or evening meal. A beautifully tranquil location is a favourite spot for crabbing for kids. Accessible by watercraft and car.
This stunning location, is a fantastically successful English vineyard producing fine wine & cheese. It is a great place to explore & walk around, sit and have a picnic in the grounds beside the river or indulge in a cheese & wine tasting at the vineyard whilst enjoying the spectacular higher views. Seasonally the great Cellar Door café operates serving local seafood amongst other great dishes. Accessible by watercraft and car.
The Malsters Arms, Tuckenhay
Famously formerly owned by Keith Floyd, a lovely big country waterside pub, which has roaring fires in the winter & is a delight to sit outside by the water in the Summer. Accessible by watercraft as well as car
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