Revealing some local gems this week is Sunseeker Torquay, read on for more information on where to Eat, Drink & Sleep in the Devon area!
EAT: Le Bistrot Pierre, Abbey Sands, Abbey Crescent, Torbay Road, Torquay, TQ2 5HD.
Opened in 2014, Le Bistrot Pierre is located in an enviable position with spectacular views across Torbay. Having only recently launched, the restaurant is already proving to be extremely popular whether it be for a ‘light bite’ or a full dinner service.
The love of French food and endless dedication by the chefs at Le Bistrot Pierre means that when you eat, you are not only experiencing great cooking but also a way of life. Dishes on the menu range from the French classics, Boeuf bourguignon maison – Braised beef with shallots, red wine, mushrooms and bacon to Pain perdu brioche – a French style bread and butter pudding with warm spiced blackberry compote to satisfy that sweet tooth.
With the spring months not so many weeks away, Le Bistrot Pierre will be the ideal spot to rest a while – relaxing on outside terrace you really could be anywhere in Europe. Catch the tides right and you could even arrive by tender!
For reservations please visit http://www.lebistrotpierre.co.uk/locations/torquay or telephone + 44 (0)1803 221 213
DRINK : The Cary Arms, Oddicombe Beach Hill, Babbacombe, South Devon, TQ1 3LX.
Whether your tipple is a pint of local ale or a expertly made cocktail, The Cary Arms is a hard place to beat when it comes to having a relaxing drink. Warm up on a chillier day by sitting close to the crackling log fire, and enjoy the beautifully terraced gardens (complete with own pizza oven!) with spectacular views towards Teignmouth and beyond in the summer season.
With buoys available for visitor’s boats, there is no excuse not to visit this Devon establishment whether by land or sea!
SLEEP: The Cary Arms, Oddicombe Beach Hill, Babbacombe, South Devon, TQ1 3LX.
After enjoying some drinks and expertly cooked dinner at The Cary Arms, why not make a mini-break of it by booking one of the establishment’s boutique luxury hotel rooms?
With 8 elegant sea-facing rooms in the inn and a further 4 restored fisherman’s cottages, The Cary Arms is the perfect place to unwind and relax. If you fancy a night ashore, The Cary Arms offers the perfect land-based alternative to yachting. With beautifully decorated rooms, most of which share the same view as the terrace so even though you are on land, your vista over the sea is equal that of your boat!
Sheltered within Babbacombe Bay, The Cary Arms really is the ultimate Devon retreat and a firm Sunseeker Torquay favourite. Hearty breakfasts, long lunches and lazy suppers; it’s about delicious food made with fresh, local ingredients, simply and creatively cooked according to the season.
For more information please visit http://www.caryarms.co.uk/the-inn or telephone + 44 (0) 1803 327110.
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