The Berry Head Hotel in Brixham, South Devon is set in a superb waterside position enjoying spectacular views of Torbay. Surrounded by six acres of grounds in the seclusion of the Berry Head country park, yet only a short walk from the picturesque fishing port of Brixham, the Berry Head Hotel is the ideal choice for a holiday or business trip to the South West.This elegant 3 star hotel has a range of facilities to cater for conferences as well as Weddings and private functions.Enjoy beautiful views from the A la Carte and Terrace Bar Restaurants, then retire to your comfortable en-suite bedroom.
We also have an indoor swimming pool, as well as ample parking available.
Address: Berry Head Hotel, Berry Head Road, Brixham, TQ5 9AJ
We use seasonal ingredients prepared fresh daily by head chef Daniel, whose passion for quality produce shines through the food. Our menu always has an innovative range of dishes inspired by the great local produce surrounding Brixham. We are proud to source as many of our ingredients as locally as possible.
With an original wine list, there will be something for everyone's taste, we will always be able to point you in the right direction, having a taster to make sure the wine is to your liking is always encouraged! Just like our menu, our wine list changes according to season, to best match the local produce at the time. As we are in game season a monastrell & rosť rioja have slipped onto our list.
Our wine is sourced with the intention of getting the best value for money & quality. All our wine is served both by glass, bottle & carafe.,br>
As well as a great selection of wines we also have a fully stocked bar showcasing some brilliant British spirits, such as SouthWestern Distillery's Cornish Pastis, Black Cow vodka from Dorset, Penderyn single malt Whisky & Merlyn Welsh cream liqueur & more. We also stock a great range of local beers from Hunters ales, Powderkeg Pale Ale, Ashridge cider & Bays Devon Rock lager. We also serve a range local soft drinks, like Heron Valley's Wild Nettle Fizz alongside the more traditional offering.
Address: Lytehouse Wine Bar, 39 Fore Street, Brixham, TQ5 8AA
The Maritime is situated overlooking the Inner harbour, about two minutes walk from the main town. The Maritime has a unique friendly atmosphere with the Landlady Pat ,George the dog and Mr Tibbs the parrot to add to the pleasure.
The Interior of the pub is unique, untouched by modernisation, with plenty to look at from the ornaments hung on the ceilings to the local history documents and old photos on the walls.
Children are welcome along with pets.
The Maritime also provides accommodation
Behind the Bar is an impressive selection of ales whiskeys and Spirits, to keep you entertained whatever the season.
Address: The Maritime Inn, 79 King S, Brixham, TQ5 9AH
We are very proud of our recently refurbished rooms. All rooms are doubles with en-suite and are well furnished with astonishingly comfortable beds.
As an old and quirky building, no two rooms are the same but all are fully fitted with TV's with freeview, coffee and tea making facilities and come with our locally famous breakfast.
The first record of a Gooseberry Pie Fair taking place in Galmpton dates back to 1873, however its origins could be much older. The fair was revived in 1923 and again in 1951 for the festival of Britain, and then ran every year from 1968 to 1985. In 1995 it was re-launched as a street fair. Most stalls and events raise money for local good causes, with any surpluses from the fair itself going to local causes.