Whether you are looking to enjoy a traditional carvery in a character pub, or a romantic meal for two in a quiet bistro, Braunton and the surrounding area has something for everyone. To help you decide where you would like to have a meal when staying at Braunton Farmhouse, we have provided information on just a few of our local favourites.
Situated in the pretty beachside resort of Croyde is the Thatch Inn, a lively family friendly pub with a good range of food and drinks on offer, including fresh fish, nachos and seasonal specials. The busy pub has a great atmosphere that is perfect for an evening meal after a day spent at the beach.
The award-winning Squires Fish and Chip restaurant in Braunton has had some famous visitors in its 50 plus year history, including Rick Stein and Damien Hirst. Thought of by many as one of the best in North Devon, the restaurant has a seating area inside for those looking to eat in, as well as a great take away counter.
Located in the heart of Braunton is SQ, a stylish bar, restaurant and roof terrace, which serves British cuisine alongside a range of soft and alcoholic drinks, including an extensive cocktail menu. This relaxed restaurant is a lovely place to enjoy casual fine dining in a relaxed atmosphere.
Lying on the edge of Braunton is the beautiful Williams Arms, a traditional thatched inn with lots of charm and character. This family friendly pub has a bar and restaurant within which you can enjoy a freshly cooked meal from the extensive menu. The Williams Arms is also renowned for its daily carvery, which is served at lunch and dinner.
The Kings Arms in Georgeham prides itself on serving quality food in a friendly atmosphere. All the ingredients are fresh and where possible purchased locally. The pub with restaurant has a good menu and seasonal specials, which are regularly updated. The pub does get busy, so it is worth booking a table.
The 17th century Rock Inn in Georgeham is one of North Devon’s best pubs and restaurants for having freshly cooked food made with passion and flair. It also has five cask marque real ales and a good wine list. All this can be enjoyed either in the bar with fire or the conservatory restaurant.
Just a few hundred yards east of the famous Woolacombe Beach is Barricane Beach, a small cove with rocks and sand that has come all the way from the Caribbean. This small beach is home to a great café that serves Sri Lankan curry on summer evenings. Either enjoy your curry at one of the tables outside the café or bring your own blanket (and bottle of wine) and relax on the beach with your curry as you watch the wonderful sunset.