Cary Arms , Babbacombe - pub details
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Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28977) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras
- Quiz night (2nd Sunday Evening of Each Month), Live music (1st Sunday Evening of Each Month)
- Food served (12noon - 3pm & 6.30pm - 9pm), Sunday roast, Gluten free meals available (Apon request), Real ale (Otter Bitter,Otter Bright, St Austel Tribute, Bays Gold,Ohanlons Yellow Hammer, Cornish Rattler,), Cocktails
- Seaside location (Stunning views over Babbacombe Bay and the South Devon coastline)
- Outside seating (Set in wonderful terrace style gardens), Dogs allowed (Well behaved dogs most welcome. On the coastal footpaths), Children allowed (Childrens menu available), Credit cards accepted, Car park (Use the local beach car park), Smoking area (Outside next to the log fire), Function room for hire (Wedding Licence up to 40 persons), Accommodation available (Boutique hotel rooms all with sea views.Plus holiday cottages), Wireless internet access (All areas free service), Disabled access (Parking available with prior notice)
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other pubs nearby:
Babbacombe Inn, Torquay (0.2 miles), Dog and Duck, Babbacombe (0.2 miles), George Inn, Torquay (0.2 miles), Dog and Duck, Torquay (0.2 miles), Bucaneer Inn, Babbacombe (0.2 miles) - see more nearby pubs
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|Stopped in the Beach Cottage for 4 nights last week. Beautiful spot for some R&R. True the beer is dear as is the food 9especially the £60 baked potato!!), but the view and the surroundings are beautiful. This is not just any old boozer, it is a destination pub. Great pint of Otter and Tribute. one evening the chef cooked up the 29 Pollock and 3 mackerel that we caught off the pier that morning and it was pleanty to feed 8 so if you are worried about the portion sizes, catch your own fish!|
427scr - 4 Jul 2011 10:20
Ordered adult fish in batter and a child's portion of the same. There was almost no difference in portion size.
If you go, buy two child's portions if you are hungry because one adult portion won't be enough. Two child's portions costs the same as one adult !!
Other than that, nice pub and good views across the bay.
Tango7 - 18 Jul 2010 11:25
|wow thsi place has changed since the last time we were here. Must be the steepest hill ever to get to a pub. Luckily the wife drove. Cracking local ales. Food was overpriced and wife fish overcooked but that can happen. Id imagine this place is heaving in the summer. Best view of any pub EVER|
kingofthepub - 30 Dec 2009 13:57
|Now open again and it has improved massively. They now sell a variety of real ales and have improved the outside area including what appeared to be a pizza oven. It really is a lovely pub now and impressed our party of real ale fans!|
jules1974 - 1 Sep 2009 12:38
|Was closed up last year. Not sure what is happening there. |
Anyway discovered this place years back, loved it as the location is superb, but like so many other pubs down here with such enviable assets such as seaside views and charm, it seemed to make no real effort and just sat back complacently thinking that tourists will pop in.
The staff were not very friendly despite our efforts to try and chat and praise their pub and location. Also parking is a nightmare - there is hardly any and the nearby beach car park where you have to pay is generally full up in Summer. No way can most folks walk up and down that hill! In fact driving up and down it while other folks try to is a nightmar ein itself, and having some idiot make you reverse on that gradient in the car we ha dwas almost worthy of inciting an accident! Didn't eat there as food looked average and people seemed to be waiting a very logn time for waht was bog standar pre pared microwaved fare.
ladyday - 19 Jul 2008 16:29
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