Beloved by local residents, The Journeys End is a country pub with a rich history, and it extends a warm welcome to travellers and passers-by, offering them a wide range of hearty yet modern food along with regional cask ales.
Established as a Free House all the way back in the 13th century, it constitutes an essential part of the lovely and typically Devonian village of Ringmore, being not only its culinary but social centre as well. Settle down on the antique wooden furniture and enjoy the historic character of the panelling, the flagstone floors and four open fireplaces along with a bar that has been kept unchanged for centuries.
The Journeys End is happily located close to a selection of farms and markets, and their influence can be tasted throughout the menu and in every dish. Taste the true flavours of the season and enjoy the locally-sourced ingredients used wherever possible. In fact, the chef picked up his flair in kitchens around the world and his talent shines through, making this pub and restaurant a cut above the rest.
The Journeys End sits right on some of the area’s most beautiful coastal and inland walks through the stunning scenery of the South Hams, so the pub has everything you need either just for a stop or for a relaxed and leisurely meal.