Eating and shopping in Branscombe

The Masons Arms run by St Austell's brewery

Take time out for a spot of lunch or sample some award-winning ale on a visit to Branscombe, Devon.

The Old Bakery

Currently closed. Enjoy a home cooked lunch or a cream tea in the last traditional bakery to be used in Devon. Relax in the cosy tea-rooms of the cottage or sit out in the garden, next to the idyllic mill stream and orchard. The bakery is owned but not managed by the National Trust. The opening times vary throughout the year, so take a look at the Branscombe Opening Times calendar before your visit.
Phone number: 01297 680333

The Sea Shanty

Located next to Branscombe Beach, the Sea Shanty offers fantastic views over the coast and out towards Lyme Bay. There is a range of food and drink available with outside seating and a covered area. Please note that the Sea Shanty is not managed by the National Trust. Visit their website or email them.
Phone number: 01297 680577

The Fountain Head

A critically acclaimed five hundred year old pub complete with an open log fire and flagstones serving homemade, locally sourced food and traditional ales. Please note the Fountain Head is not managed by the National Trust. Visit their website.
Phone number: 01297 680359

The Masons Arms

An award winning 14th-century pub named after the skilled masons who helped to build Exeter Cathedral. The Masons Arms offers a bar with a range of local beers, a restaurant and delightful accommodation. Please note that the Masons Arms is not managed by the National Trust.
Phone number: 01297 680300 

Shopping at Branscombe

Local meat is available from Jenny Lombard and Ian Crowe at Natural Branscombe Meat.
The beach shop at the Sea Shanty stocks a wide range of beach wares, ice creams, local crafts, village information booklets and children’s small toys.
Please note, these are not National Trust businesses.

Branscombe Vale Brewery

Why not try this award winning beer, available in the Old Bakery, the village pubs, the Sea Shanty restaurant and A La Ronde. The Brewery was set up in 1992, using renovated cowsheds owned by the National Trust.