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 closest, but food and service can be unpredictable: 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  Cottage, Chudleigh, Devon, UK
The Elizabethan, Luton, Devon, UK
Food on Exeter Quayside, Devon, UK