Places to eat in Devon
There’s plenty of places to eat and refuel while you’re out and about exploring Devon. Discover great choices from pub lunches to the ultimate cream tea and there's lots of space for picnics too.
Stop by the Stables Coffee Shop for some refreshments, before browsing for gifts and souvenirs in the National Trust shop or second-hand bookshop.
Explore your options for eating and drinking at Arlington Court and the National Trust Carriage Museum, including what’s on the menu throughout the day.
If you’re feeling peckish, why not treat yourself to a bite to eat and a hot or cold drink from Sandleigh Tea-Room in Croyde? With seating inside and out, it’s just the place to recharge your batteries.
Take a break at the Ox Yard Café, which serves tea, coffee, light lunches and sweet treats, before finding a special gift or souvenir in the National Trust shop, art galleries and second-hand bookshop.
The café at Castle Drogo serves hot and cold drinks, lunches, snacks and sweet treats. Afterwards, stop off at the shop for a choice of gifts and souvenirs to take home with you.
The Barn Café and the Tack Room provide takeaway drinks, food and ice cream. Browse the souvenirs and gifts in the National Trust shop, or find a pre-loved read in the second-hand bookshop.
A visit to Coleton Fishacre would not be complete without browsing the National Trust Shop or picking up a tasty treat from Café Coleton.
Find out where to eat and drink in this wooded valley on Exmoor, from classic pub lunches in the historic Hunters Inn to takeaway food and ice cream from The Pantry.
Grab a bite to eat and drink in the Stables Café, or browse the range of goods in our shop. You'll find all the details here.
The Devil’s Cauldron tea-room and Waterfall tea-room are now closed for winter. We look forward to welcoming you back in spring 2024.
Grab a bite to eat and drink in the Chapel Tea-Room, or browse the National Trust shop. Find out what’s on the menu, and the shelves, this season.
The Buttery is a light and cosy tea-room serving hot drinks, cakes and light lunches.
On open days, tea and cake are available at the nearby church (not National Trust), just a couple of minutes walk from Shute Barton.
After a walk or a spot of canoeing, grab a bite to eat or a drink at Watersmeet tea-room. You can also pick up a pre-loved treasure from the second-hand bookshop.
With a climate as mild as South Cornwall exotic and tender plants thrive in Coleton Fishacre garden. Enjoy a picnic anywhere in the garden, with views out to the sea.
Feel the grass between your toes or find shade under a canopy of trees. From the garden lawn to the orchard, there's plenty of places for an outdoor feast at Killerton.
With heaps of space to choose from Knightshayes is the perfect place to roll out the blanket and relax with family and friends after a walk.
The orchard play area is the perfect place for a family picnic or head along the trail to Pixie Glen or Whitelady Waterfall for a riverside picnic.
There are loads of great spaces to enjoy a picnic at Buckland both in the garden or on the estate. Follow the yellow walking route or pick a nice spot on the main lawn for the best views of the Abbey.
Picnic on the lawn at Arlington Court for the best views of the house and plenty of space for the kids to run around.
With majestic trees, the garden at Saltram is great for a picnic. Stretch out on the lawn and enjoy your lunch with views of the house and chapel.
Follow the coast path down to the golden sands at Soar Mill Cove near Salcombe for a secluded picnic on the South Devon coast.
Far away from the crowds, this beautiful valley near Horns Cross is the perfect place for peaceful picnics, rock-pooling, walking and wildlife spotting.
Heddon Valley was the favourite landscape of the Romantic Poets including Wordsworth and Coleridge. Find your perfect picnic spot on one of the spectacular coastal and woodland walks.