A lovely thatched inn located in the nearby village of Parkham, serving local ales and a range of home cooked food, which uses local produce where possible.
Please note the Bell Inn is currently closed for refurbishment after a fire, however, a new bar at the Allardice Hall (The Inn Over The Road) has been set up to serve locals and visitors. This temporary, comfortable bar is fully licenced and is open three days a week until the Bell re-opens.
The Coach and Horses is owned by Greene King Pubs and is a great family friendly place to enjoy a meal. The pub shows a range of live sports and also has a beer garden.
The Hoops Inn is a grade two listed property located just a few miles outside of Bideford and has a great reputation for serving fresh, local and season food. Choose to dine in the candlelit restaurant, one of the cosy bars or outside in the covered courtyard.
In the pretty village of Littleham is the Creaklock Arms, a lovely pub serving local ales and home cooked food. It is a wonderful place to eat with the family, and there is even a large garden for warm summer months.
The traditional Thatched Inn is a historic pub in the village of Abbotsham, which lies on the edge of Westward Ho! The Thatched Inn prides itself on serving good quality food and has a lovely walled garden.
With wonderful views of the local countryside, The Pig on the Hill is a delightful place to sit back and relax whilst enjoying delicious food, which is cooked to order.
The Pier House is the only bar and restaurant in Westward Ho! with uninterrupted sea views. Perched on the cliff edge overlooking Bideford Bay and Lundy Island this stunning restaurant serves everything from a traditional Sunday carvery to fresh seafood.
Overlooking the estuary in Appledore is the family friendly Beaver Inn, which has a lovely menu with home cooked food, as well as daily specials. The pub, which enjoys panoramic views provides a warm welcome and serves locally sourced food where possible.
Situated in the seaside village of Instow, this lovely pub uses food from local fishermen and farmers to produce the freshest and finest meals.
The Wayfarer in Instow has a lovely friendly atmosphere within which you can enjoy wonderful food and real ales.