Pubs in Dartmouth

Great Pubs in Dartmouth

Regardless of where we’re from, what we do and our age, visiting at least one pub whilst you’re on holiday tends to be something everybody does! Whether it’s to catch a premier league game, try local ale or enjoy a family lunch, pub visits are an English tradition and here in Dartmouth we’re certainly not short on fantastic watering holes! Like most English towns, pubs in Dartmouth are varied and plentiful with something to suit everyone. We’ve got cosy, time-honoured establishments, pubs with a view to die for whilst you sip on your Devonshire cider and plenty of places for a truly delicious home cooked meal, so what are you waiting for?! Find your perfect pub in Dartmouth below.

Dartmouth Arms

Sitting on the historic Bayards Cove on Dartmouth’s waterfront, the Dartmouth Arms is a traditional public house serving up scrummy homemade specials every day of the week for lunch and dinner. The pub also serves a wide range of alcoholic beverages including plenty of different ales and a wonderful selection of local gins. Please click here if you wish to find out more information about Dartmouth Arms.

The Royal Castle Hotel

Full to the brim with charm and character, The Royal Castle Hotel is home to The Harbour Bar and Galleon Bars where patrons can cosy up next to the fire in the cooler months and look forward to stunning food and of course drinks. The hotel resides on the edge of the inner harbour, also known as the bloat float and has 24 rooms if you want to stay there for longer. Further details about The Royal Castle Hotel’s Harbour & Galleon Bars can be found here.

Bayards Cove Inn

Bayards Cove Inn is another pub that as its name suggests, is located on Bayards Cove. The modern yet snug décor combines a traditional pub feel with excellent food and drink to make an extremely inviting venue. Devon lagers and sumptuous wine is available and there is also accommodation on offer in the form of 7 stylish and comfortable bedrooms.

The Cherub Inn

Considered one of the oldest buildings in Dartmouth, The Cherub Inn is housed within a Grade II listed building which dates all the way back to 1380. If it’s a real Devon pub you’re after then this is the place for you in Dartmouth. The timber structure is bursting with personality and of course the selection of real ales is second to none. There’s also a restaurant onsite too if you get a bit peckish after your pint!

The George & Dragon

The George & Dragon can be found in the centre of Dartmouth, just down the road from Dartmouth Visitor Centre and The Flavel Arts Centre & Cinema. Great for a family outing, it also welcomes well-behaved dogs too, the pub has a vast menu to choose from and all your favourite alcoholic and non-alcoholic beverages are available. Guests can also enjoy a very large beer garden, perfect to soak up some rays in the summer months as you enjoy a G&T!

The Floating Bridge

At one end of the North Embankment, right next to where the higher ferry disembarks, you’ll come across The Floating Bridge. Describing themselves as a ‘quaint, old fashioned pub’, it’s the ideal place to grab a great bite to eat or just relax with a drink as you enjoy the welcoming atmosphere. Its outdoor seating also makes the perfect spot to watch the ferry and boats come and go on a summer’s day.

The Dolphin

The Dolphin is located on Market Street, just yards from The Old Market and a short walk from the iconic Dartmouth waterfront. This quirky boozer has everything you would want from a local pub; a large variety of drinks, diverse menu offering fantastic food and lots of music events on certain dates. Popular among locals as well as tourists, it’s definitely worth a visit whilst you’re staying in Dartmouth.

Seven Stars

The oldest pub in Dartmouth, Seven Stars sits in the centre of town, adjacent to St Saviours Church. Fresh food is served all day and the bar features a rustic interior with two fire places for those cooler days. A good variety of local ales and ciders are on offer and it’s a dog friendly pub too so you can bring your pooch along. There’s also 6 en-suite rooms available if you wanted to make this your accommodation as well.

The Crab & Bucket

If you’re looking for somewhere to watch sports in Dartmouth, look no further than The Crab & Bucket. Situated on the South Embankment, with fabulous views over the River Dart, this pub has everything on from premier league football to rugby and cricket with Sky Sports and BT Sports meaning next time you’re in the town you won’t have to miss a match! You can also grab a bite to eat there in the summer months too.

The Windjammer

A family-run establishment in the heart of Dartmouth, The Windjammer can be found on Victoria Road practically opposite to The Old Market. In the summer, the exterior is decorated with glorious hanging baskets and there’s a log fire to snuggle up by in the winter. Well behaved dogs are welcome at this pub and the wide variety on the menu means that no one in your party will go hungry!

Steam Packet Inn

Although the other side of the river, we had to include the Steam Packet Inn in Kingswear, just in case you’re hopping on the ferry to Dartmouth and fancy a tipple before or after your trip! A family friendly pub with a welcoming nautical vibe, it boasts magnificent views across the River Dart and over to Dartmouth. Serving food 7 days a week, the menu includes fresh fish and delicious stone baked pizza.

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Villages by the Dart

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Villages by the Dart

Please note: Due to the current national lockdown in England, all blog posts are here purely for you to enjoy whilst staying safe at home.