The Crealock Arms, is tucked away down a narrow lane and could easily be missed except for the sign on the road pointing you in the right direction. As you drive through into the generous car park, the views on the left of the hills are really lovely. Due to the time of year we […]
I had heard a lot of good things about the food in The Black Horse Inn, Torrington, so on a beautiful Bank Holiday Monday in August what better way to spend the day than a walk over Torrington Common and down by the river, followed by a big feed in The Black Horse Inn. The […]
The Peter Tavy Inn, Dartmoor is nestled in the small hamlet of Peter Tavy, is a typical old traditional village pub. Stone floors, low ceilings and a snug which was perfect for us to sit in and relax after our excursion across Dartmoor. The menu, listed on a chalk board by the bar, was reasonably […]
The Pyne Arms, East Down is a stunning old traditional pub with low ceilings, wooden beams and when we visited in October it had the obligatory roaring fire. Such a lovely homely and welcoming atmosphere. We ordered drinks and asked to see the menus when we arrived explaining that I would require a gluten free […]
*** Sadly The Blue and Green has now closed down. A real shame as it was a great venue. *** Friends of ours from Yorkshire were travelling through on their way to Cornwall, so we thought we’d take advantage of the fabulous location of the relatively new Blue and Green, Westward Ho! to meet for […]
The Pier House, Westward Ho! has to be in one of the most fabulous locations. Its outside space is designed to make the most of the sea views and it certainly doesn’t disappoint. As to the food…..The Pier House sent its, then, Head Chef, to our face-to-face training. As designed and expected the management continued with the training of its staff, so that the gluten free offering continues, despite staff changes.