16th Century Charm …
The Inn originates from the 16th Century with a number of additions being made 200 years later. All the Olde Worlde charm of galleried landing, log fires and beams have been retained.
Every Modern Amenity …
All rooms are en-suite and have television, radio,telephone, hairdryer, trouser press, plus tea & coffee making facilities. Free Wi fi is available in public areas and many bedrooms.
Perfect Location …
Situated in the quiet village of Bishopsteignton, nestling at the foot of Haldon Moor and overlooking the picturesque Teign Estuary. Just 2 miles from the sea at Teignmouth and 20 minutes from Torquay or Exeter, this is the perfect location for touring both the coast and Dartmoor.
Close at Hand – Whatever your Interest …
National Trust Properties, Gardens, Castles, Museums, Zoos, Aquariums, Adventure Parks, Caves, Waterfalls, Beaches, Steam Trains,Walking, Riding, Swimming, Sailing, Fishing, Hot Air Ballooning, Quad Bikes, Go Karting, Horse Racing, Theatre, Shopping, Arts and Crafts.
tucked away gem…
Often the best eateries are found in tuckedaway places, and the only clue is the number of cars filling the car park midweek in winter. This is certainly the case with Cockhaven Manor. It is well worth finding the village of Bishopsteington on the map and tracking down the Inn, as it is everything a traditional pub should be, with its 16th century origins in clear evidence. The warmth of the log fires is matched by the warmth of the welcome at this family-owned and run independent free-house. It has everything you would expect in terms of real ales and has an extensive wine list, but it is the quality of the food and value for money philosophy of the owners that ensures the full car park. Food is the priority from a candlelit dinner for two, to a wedding banquet for ninety.
food fit for a king …
Although Head Chef David Baldwin has returned to his West Country roots here in Bishopsteignton, the experience of catering for lavish London banquets can be recognised in the combination of exquisite cuisine and the finest of West Country produce. An extensive a la carte menu is supplemented by fresh fish and specials boards, so whatever your taste you will find something to excite your taste buds, and all at tremendous value-formoney prices.
renowned Sunday lunches …
If you have not yet visited Cockhaven Manor, then a relaxed Sunday lunch may provide the ideal opportunity.
Superb food, described by the Herald Express ‘Sunday Lunch Inspector’ as “fantastic value for money” at just £10.95 for 3 courses with excellent choices and coffee included. But do book early as Sunday Lunch is always fully sold out.
local at the local …
Perhaps accompany your meal with a bottle of Old Walls wine from the village vineyard, or a pint from the village’s Red Rock Brewery. Whether you decide on Moule Mariniere with River Teign mussels, or Eggs from Riverside Poultry, local produce is used wherever possible.
variety ‘the spice of life’ …
A wide variety of food is available, lunch and evening, 7 days a week. Whether a traditional bar meal like Steak,Guinness and Mushroom pie, or the finest gourmet A’ La Carte, you will always find something.
Current Special Offers & Discounted Breaks:
3 Night Short Break Bed & Full English Breakfast for Two People
Dec 27th – March – £170.00
April – Oct – £190.00
Nov – Dec 23rd – £160.00
Bar: 11:00am – 2:30pm
Food: 12:00pm – 2:00pm
Bar 6:00pm – 11:00pm
Food: 6:30pm – 9:30pm
7 Days a Week
All Year Except:
Christmas Day (By Bookings Only)
Boxing Day (Closed)
New Years Eve (By Bookings Only)