Eating In Clovelly 

Eating in Clovelly offers such a wide choice. Pick one or more of the cafes, bars and restaurants. Choose home cooking in the Up-along Bar  at the New Inn or the Harbour bar  at the Red Lion.

The Harbour restaurant, our gourmet restaurant, is open for dinner every evening and has amazing views across the Quay and Harbour. Lighter meals and snacks can be ordered lunch and dinner at the Snug and Harbour bars . The visitor centre Bay Tree cafe for refreshments before and after visiting the Village. However the very best home made scones are Bea’s at the New Inn.

Clovelly sources as much of its food from the estate. Thus great care is taken in local sourcing. Fresh fish, crabs, lobster are all landed on the quay at Clovelly daily in season. So If you fancy something a bit special, why not order one from the New Inn or Red Lion?  

We organise Herring and Seaweed festivals each tear along with many other events. They are our celebrations of the maritime history of the Village.

Pirates pop in ocasionally at the BBQ on the quay on Boxing Day. Clovelly is also part of the sustainable fishing partnership. Consequently this covers the South West lobster hatchery. This ensures the coastal waters have lobster for all our visitors for many years to come. Hence the Lobster and crab festival in  September each year celebrates this great Shellfish delicacy. Field, or quay to plate is our motto. Hence our food miles are very low and very tasty.  

North Devon tourist board has created a community website and app called the North Devon Food Trail.  All our visitors are able to use them to help find the hidden gems of North Devons food. The Red Lion is featured and we hope you will use it and tell your friends. 

Download the North Devon Food Trail free app