Eating & Drinking

From straightforward pub fare and fish and chips to a Michelin starred restaurant, and everything in between, there is plenty of choice for where to eat and get a good pint or bottle of wine close to Amberley.

Our three local favourites:

Luton, Newton Abbot: The Elizabethan specialising in locally sourced produce with an excellent menu.

Kenn: The Ley Arms with great food and excellent service.

Lower Ashton: Manor Inn at 7 miles away a little further but well worth the journey.

You may want to check for yourselves from Devon's useful eating out guide but here are several other suggestions:

Chudleigh: the two closest but food and service can be unpredictable: The Highwayman's Haunt, The Phoenix

Doddiscombsleigh: The Nobody Inn

Buckfastleigh: Riverford Field Kitchen specialising in their own organic vegetables.

Haytor: The Rock Inn , Tinpickle and Rhum

Combeinteignhead, Newton Abbot: The Coombe Cellars for great views over the River Teign.

Chagford: Michelin starred Gidleigh Park

Teignmouth: Seafood - The Crab ShackThe Ship Inn, Fresco, The Owl and the Pussycat

Shaldon: The Clipper Cafe

Newton Abbot: Indian Eastern Eye

Exeter: there's a huge amount of choice as you'd expect in this university city:

The Cosy Club fun and quirky located in a converted hospital ward, Herbie's vegetarian.

The Magdalen Chapter; The Mill on the Exe

Exminster: The Swan's Nest for a good carvery.

Torquay: for a range of Fish and Seafood Restaurants, Fine Dining, Bistros and Brasseries, Food Pubs and Cafe Bars  The Elephant

Ley Arms, Kenn, Devon, UK
Eggs Benedict, Amberley  B and B, Chudleigh, Devon, UK
The Elizabethan, Luton, Devon, UK
Food on Exeter Quayside, Devon, UK