Manor Inn, Galmpton, Brixham
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2 Stoke Gabriel Road, Galmpton, Galmpton, Brixham, Devon, TQ5 0NL
11-11 Mon-Sat,12-11 Sun
Occaisionally 'til midnight at the landlords whim
Please check opening times with the pub before making a special journey.
The Manor Inn Galmpton is a 19th century inn in this historic village between Brixham and the River Dart in Devon, England. Formerly a managed pub, it was rescued by a group of locals and is now a free house at the centre of village life providing luxury accomodation, real ale (Cask Marque accredited and Camra recommended), a decent wine list and a menu ranging from top restaurant through family favourites to bar meals.
Dogs, children and muddy boots welcome - although not all combinations in all parts of the Inn.
Walking distance to steam railway, river, beach and Agatha Christie's Greenwway House
The Manor Inn is a CAMRA recommended free house offering outstanding food and drink in the Dartside village of Galmpton. The inn, previously a managed house, was taken over by a group of locals in 2006 to provide a real local pub with quality food, from traditional bar meals to top restaurant dining. All our menus are locally sourced from fresh ingredients and prepared by our team of chefs. Booking is strongly recommended at busy times but you can always try pot luck - though there may be a bit of a wait. Meals are accompanied by a decent wine list, including good value cultivar house wines.The pub provides a safe and friendly environment for local youngsters to gain work experience and is a hub for many local activities
The excellence of our strictly regional real ales is recognised by Cask Marque accreditation and we are in the coveted CAMRA Good Beer Guide. Typically two Otters, a Bays and one or two gusts from the likes of Skinners, Sharps and St. Austell.
Galmpton is an historic village that nestles between the popular seaside resorts of Torbay and the beautiful Dart Valley. In walking distance are Agatha Christie's Greenway House, the golf club just up the road whilst at the bottom of the village lies Galmpton Creek on the widest part of the River Dart providing tidal moorings, boat storage and a slipway. The village has many amenities including hairdresser,butcher, general store, post office and small chandlery. A regular bus service departs the village for the nearby beaches each day.
We are extremely proud of our four first rate en-suite guest rooms and, as the building is old and quirky, no two rooms are the same. Each is complete with TV and DVD and tea and coffee making facilities.
There are a variety of eating places,both inside and out, catering for children, pets and muddy boots - though possibly not all at the same time. The arrangement of our rooms is flexible and can cater for functions ranging from private meetings for a dozen people through fireside dinners for 20 to full dinner dances for 70+. The Seasonal menu and daily Specials can ususally be found at our website.
The pub hosts the annual Gooseberry Pie Fair and Charity Carols, all the usual events and offers live music at regular intervals - details on the website.