Places to eat and drink in Croyde and Saunton

When going on holiday in Devon, the most important part is spending quality time with the people you love the most, whether that be friends or family. One of the best ways to do this can be going for a lovely meal or having a catch up with a drink and a view. However choosing the best pub or restaurant to go to can be tricky, and sometimes even stressful! This guide has put together some of the best places to go to enjoy some food or drink in Croyde and Saunton.

The Manor Inn, Croyde

This pub is a firm favourite with children and adults alike, located a short stroll out of the village centre it has a large outside play area to keep children entertained when the adults enjoy some pub grub and maybe a glass of fine wine. The Manor Inn is also dog friendly, with a designated dog station where there is always fresh water and tasty treats on offer.

Billy Budds, Croyde

Billy Budds is perfect for both the bustling summer months and the chillier winter months. With an extensive menu featuring all the pub classics you could want, including pizzas, burgers and nachos as well as famous ales, it is the perfect place to stop for some food and drink. If you can’t get enough of the place during meal times, there are also rooms if you fancy an overnight stay.

Blue Groove, Croyde

The Blue Groove is a relaxed bar and restaurant positioned in the heart of Croyde with an eclectic menu that caters for all types of diets including vegetarian, vegan and gluten free. Family favourites include the locally sourced fish dishes, sharing platters and filling breakfasts. For drinks, you can choose from an extensive selection of smoothies, coffees and milkshakes or from the bar you are spoilt for choice with local ales, lagers and ciders as well as cocktails and spirits.

Beachside Grill, Saunton

The clue is in the name, the Beachside Grill is Saunton is in the perfect location overlooking North Devon’s Saunton Sands beach. The Beachside Grill focuses on sourcing quality ingredients and cooking them the old school way on an open flame grill to provide the most authentic taste experience. You can eat inside the restaurant, on the balcony or take your food away with you in their biodegradable takeaway packaging.

The Thatch, Croyde

With a sun trap beer garden, mouth watering menu and extensive drinks supply, The Thatch is the perfect place to spend a chilled out sunny afternoon. The pub provides a relaxed and welcoming atmosphere making it perfect for the whole family, and food is served throughout the day meaning there is never a bad time to visit. For those who want a longer stay, The Thatch also offers a B&B service with a number of character filled rooms to stay in.

There are many lovely places to eat in and around Devon, Croyde and Saunton offer a wide range of restaurants and pubs that are perfect for all types of visitors.

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