Where to eat

Quigley Breakfast

Beaminster

Brassica

Cass Titcombe in the kitchen and Louise Chidgey front of house make a wonderful team for this classy, upmarket restaurant. The vibe is relaxed and informal. The menu is interesting, individual & the food superb. Prix fixe lunch or weekend brunch or a special occasion dinner,  to be enjoyed by the log burning stove in beautifully presented decor. www.brassicarestaurant.co.uk  01308 538 100

The Brasserie at The Bridge House Hotel

Two AA rosettes & delicious food, great reviews from our guests, advance booking essential, we will be happy to book a table for you. 01308 862200 – www.bridge-house.co.uk

The Red Lion

Newly renovated in October 2015, now Beaminsters’ Gastro Pub, great atmosphere & food, fabulous decor, great atmosphere with live music at weekends. Great reviews already from guests.

The Greyhound

Local friendly pub serving good beer & homecooked pub style food

Steak Out

Great steaks and other choices, booking essential at the Weekend

Melplash

The Half Moon

Just 2 miles from us, serving really good pub food, good reports from our guests, but you need to book to get a table, it’s busy!

Stoke Abbott

The New Inn

Also just a short drive from us and serving homecooked food in a lovely old pub, fabulous reviews.

Corscombe

The Fox Inn

Super hosts, great location for this old historic pub clad with roses in the summer, roaring log fires in the winter, delicous food, great menu, excellent service, one of our favourites.

Bridport

The George Hotel

Newly Refurbished & looking very smart, great coffee, good food, & friendly service

The Bull Hotel and The Stable ciderhouse.

Fab food, entertainment & service, great coffee too! Tuck in Tuesdays for £10
01308 422878 – www.thebullhotel.co.uk

The Olive Tree

Mediterranean style food, family friendly
01308 422882 – www.olivetreerestaurant.net

West Bay

The Riverside.

Simply Superb Seafood, you need to book here too! Open in the Season from February to November
01308 422011

Lots of little shacks by the waterfront overlooking the boats

Serving everything from a Fresh local Crab Salad, fish & chips or a burger, all very reasonably priced

Nettlecombe

The Marquis of Lorne at Nettlecombe

6 miles away, a 16th century country inn with unrivalled hospitality, fantastic restaurant style food & very friendly hosts, Steve & Trace, you will be sure of a very warm welcome & great service too. Outstanding scenery in this pretty hamlet of old hamstone cottages. Award winning Palmers Ales on handpumps too, Great views from the pretty beer garden & play area. Another favourite of ours. Great reviews.
01308 485236 – www.themarquisoflorne.co.uk

Axminster

13 miles away through the stunning Marshwood Vale, and views to the coast and country, is the small thriving maket town of Axminster. A beautiful old Church sits majestically in the centre surrounded by shops and cafes.

Our favourite place to eat and have coffee is the buzzing River Cottage Canteen, unrivalled food in the area, delicious cakes, pastries and coffees in the shop, or for lunch go through to the canteen and try the freshly cooked, local sourced, new and exciting dishes, and very reasonably priced too.

Also in The River Cottage Canteen you can buy Hugh Fearnley Whittingstalls latest books and a wide variety of tempting local foods, chutneys, breads and drinks.

Try something different and book one of Hughs courses, from baking bread, catching & cooking your own fish, build & bake, foraging and fishing! To find out more about River Cottage HQ.  www.rivercottage.net

Lyme Regis

Just a 30 minute drive to the historic town of Lyme Regis, famous for its old Cobb harbour, delightful fishing boats, clean beach, plenty of shops, cafes and restaurants, a very pleasant place when the maddening crowds have gone!! But still great in the busy buzz of summer.

Hix Oyster & Fish House

Unrivalled views of the sea, tempting sharing snax and a classy menu.
01297 446910 – www.hixoysterandfishhouse.co.uk