If you are looking for a beautiful Devonshire pub on the banks of a river then Dartmouth is the place for you.
Being a riverside town, you can while away hours in a beer garden taking in the stunning estuary views, whilst enjoying a local beer, ale or wine.
Dartmouth has a host of town and country pubs combining the traditional Devonshire pub with a more contemporary look and feel.
Dartmouth has casual watering holes, gastro pubs, pubs with accommodation (or inns), and many family friendly or dog friendly pubs with play areas or gardens for the kids to play in.
Most pubs in Dartmouth serve local food and drink, many serve delicious local seafood that can be enjoyed with a pint of Devonshire ale, or a glass of wine from one of the local wineries. You won’t get better pub fish and chips anywhere in Devon.
Traditional Devonshire Pubs
In winter, after a long coastal walk, you can cosy up next to log fires and settle down with the dog in one of the many pubs in Dartmouth. Most pubs make dogs very welcome and often offer them a treat or two.
In summer there is nothing better than enjoying a local beer garden with friends and family, looking out across the estuary at the sailing boats, and enjoying the riverside views out to sea. Eating al fresco is an added bonus of the local beer gardens.
Many of the pubs in Dartmouth have roots in the towns early beginnings with many being coaching inns back in the 1700’s.
Explore the Surrounding Villages
It’s not only the pubs in Dartmouth that are worth a visit, the surrounding towns and villages have excellent pubs to explore whilst you are out walking, cycling or just exploring the beautiful South Devon countryside. You will never go hungry or thirsty in South Devon!