Bayards Cove Inn’s early evening menus allow time to eat and explore extraordinary Dartmouth 

In recent weeks Dartmouth has been gaining all the plaudits in the national press, not just as a wonderful place to stay, but also as a food lovers paradise.

Visit Dartmouth and discover an eclectic food scene

Come to Dartmouth and you’ll find food for every palette, not least at Bayards Cove Inn, our child and dog friendly restaurant where our menus are created using only locally sourced, seasonal food, with plant-based and gluten-free options, meat feasts and locally landed fresh fish all on the menu.

The busy holiday season is just around the corner and our extended evening menu, from 5pm onwards, is perfect for indulging in an early dinner before embarking on a leisurely walk to explore Dartmouth’s hidden gems.

An historic building

Our beautiful restaurant will certainly gets you in the mood. It’s an historic treasure that was built in the 14th century by a merchant who named it Agincourt House after the battle of the same name. Its just a few paces from Bayards Cove where the Mayflower set sail for America in 1620.

Carefully restored to showcase its extraordinary heritage, it provides a picturesque backdrop as you tuck into beautiful food from our multi-award-winning head chef, Danny. As you indulge in the sumptuous meals, your imagination will transport you to an era of captivating tales of merchants and seaman who lived in Dartmouth.

Locally sourced and infused with flavour

With breakfast available from 8am until 11am, lunch from noon until 3pm, cakes and pastries seven all day and dinner from 5pm this is a place to fuel before you explore Dartmouth. Start your day with a filling Bayards breakfast before embarking on an invigorating walk along the breathtaking South West Coast Path. Treat yourself to a quintessentially English cream tea featuring scones generously topped with Trewithen Dairy’s thick, creamy clotted cream and a generous dollop of jam. Delight in the flavours of the sea with crab sandwiches brimming with fresh Tracy Crab, harvested in Dartmouth. Quench your thirst with a pint of locally crafted ale or savour the refreshing taste of Devon cider.

As Dartmouth garners national acclaim as a food lovers paradise, Bayards Cove Inn remains at the forefront, inviting visitors to relax and enjoy delicious food to fuel their Dartmouth adventures.

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