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The Little Black Book: Restaurants

  • Home farm cafe

    Home Farm Cafe

    Muddy says: Every country walk needs a friendly, cosy cafe at the end of it; every town needs a twinkly restaurant to retreat to; and every county needs a hidden culinary gem just waiting to be discovered. Home Farm Cafe, on the National Trust's Parke estate, at the edge of Dartmoor, is Devon's little delight.

  • Thatched Inn Ilfracombe

    The Thatched Inn, Ilfracombe

    Muddy says: Everyone needs a pub like the Thatched Inn in their lives. Cosy, traditional at heart and with the warmest welcome in town, there's a reason (well, hundreds actually) why these guys are your Muddy Award-winning Pub.

  • Whitehouse Chillington

    Whitehouse

    Muddy says: O.M.G. Where's this little beaut of a bolthole been all my life? We're completely bowled over by this boutique B&B near the south Devon coast, brought to you by the people behind two of the area's most stylish and talked-about foodie destinations. It was always going to be a winner, wasn't it?

  • Paschoe House exterior night

    Paschoe House

    Muddy says: Romantic, relaxed, super-stylish and the ultimate in fun and luxury. As Devon's destination hotels go, Paschoe House, the newest bolthole on the block, takes some beating.

  • Exterior with water wheel

    Turtley Corn Mill

    Muddy says: As destination pubs go, this one, in the heart of the South Hams is one of Devon's prettiest places to hang out. Gorgeous gardens where peacocks wander and cosy corners for delicious dinners, plus six stylish bedrooms for when you want to make a night of it. The Turtley Corn Mill can do no wrong.

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