- Food & Drink
The Tarka Diner is situated in East-the-Water, Bideford, a historic port town on the estuary of the River Torridge in North Devon. It’s a quirky yet cool nod to the classic American Diner. From 50’s rock n’ roll to the luxurious dining booths. We will have the stars n’ stripes flying proud as you
'Mariners is a self-proclaimed 'Bar-Bistro' full of local history and maritime music in the centre of Bideford. We are popular with the locals for our fresh fish dishes; however, we offer a wide range of other dishes if fish is not your taste. If you are booking for a larger party then we have a
Fine real ales. Good home cooked food The Crealock Arms is situated in the village of Littleham, North Devon, just 10 minutes away from the bustling town of Bideford. From the garden you can see three local church towers! This popular village pub is renowned for its Sunday lunch carvery, its daily
A relaxed bistro setting serving breakfast and lunch, Sunday lunch and weekend evening meals. A wide range of drinks from triple certified coffees, soft drinks, freak shakes, premium spirits, beers and larger and cocktails. From the courtyard, orangery, bar or restaurant area we have the perfect
Velvet & Vanilla is the perfect venue, for breakfast lunch or dinner. Our home cooked Mediterranean inspired food is truly delicious. We are based in the center of Bideford, North Devon. We're open from 10am to 4pm from Monday to Saturday and again from 7pm on Friday & Saturday evenings with last
Cleverdons is one of the oldest 'Eating Houses' in Bideford and still retains much of it's old world charm. A popular meeting place for all ages and food tastes, serving truly homemade food from locally sourced ingredients at affordable prices. . Jock has been cooking much loved dishes for almost 20
With a pretty riverside setting, the Royal Hotel in Bideford makes a wonderful base from which to explore all the delights of North Devon. The hotel is based literally on the Tarka Trail, making us the perfect location for walkers and cyclists to see Devon nature at its best.