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Whatever type of establishment you are looking for, Dartmouth has them all. Its wide variety of eating and drinking venues cater for every taste, occasion and budget.
 
From fish and chips to a more formal meal overlooking the water, Dartmouth has plenty of places to choose from. Enjoy a drink out in the countryside or by the water, or relax and enjoy a cup of tea and a cake in one of the town's many coffee shops and delis. 
 
Dartmouth has a wide range of restaurants in which to enjoy the area's local seafood, from pubs and fish and chip shops to the town's fine dining establishments. 
 
The area's local produce - seafood, meat, vegetables, dairy and more - are what attracted a number of food and drink businesses to Dartmouth: you'll truly be spoilt for choice when it comes to finding places to eat and drink.

Strete

Strete

Strete is about a fifteen minute drive from Dartmouth. It is to be found on the high coastal ground at the eastern end of Slapton Sands. It's a good place to stay if you like exploring the..

Dittisham

Dittisham

Dittisham is about 1½ miles upstream of Dartmouth on the west bank of the river.

Kingswear

Kingswear

Kingswear is the parish and village opposite Dartmouth. Several regular ferries cross the river and it is only a short drive to Brixham or Paignton. The Royal Dart Yacht Club is located in..

Stoke Fleming

Stoke Fleming

It takes about ten minutes to drive to Dartmouth from Stoke Fleming. The village has two hotels and facilities for camping and caravans. Many aspects of village life are centred around the..

Blackawton

Blackawton

Blackawton is a small, peaceful village about five miles from Dartmouth and seven miles from Totnes. Several Devon lanes lead to the village, but if you want to leave the bustle of the..