The Coombe Cellars sits right on the Teign Estuary in South Devon and this laidback local is all about sweeping waterside views you won’t be able to take your eyes off. If you’ve ever spent a sunny summer’s evening sunning yourself on the patio area of this friendly pub and restaurant you’ll still be able to picture the sight of the sun going down behind the water, Coombe Cellars is renowned for its stunning setting and a warm welcome for all.
The menu includes all those family favourites that make a welcome sight during a holiday, and there’s plenty of room to enjoy meals inside and out. There’s a laidback feel to the pub, so this is the place to bring the children and tuck in somewhere special. Food is serves every day of the week, and as the pub is found in the little village of Combeinteignhead this is one for those of you who have the car with you in Devon.
Ask for the seasonal wine list when you arrive as there’s a cellar beneath the bar that’s crammed with undulgent wines from around the world, and if you were looking forward to sampling a Real Ale you won’t be disappointed. We hear that the English ale goes down a treat with the beer-battered haddock, but we’ll leave it up to you!