A warm Welcome

Rewarding Loyalty

Visit us regularly? Get your hands on one of our loyalty cards, rewarding you with points for every purchase that can be redeemed against future visits.

We appreciate your custom and like to reward our regular drinkers and diners with a little something to say thank you. When you sign up to our loyalty scheme you can collect points when you dine or drink with us. Simply present your card at the till when you order to collect your points. You can then redeem the points against your future food or drinks bill.

It’s our way of saying thank you.

To get your hands on your loyalty card, speak to a member of staff. It’s quick and simple to register and you can collect points immediately.

Terms and conditions apply, visit The Hunters for full details.

Armed Forces Discount

We’re keen to support those who are in the military and are therefore pleased to offer 10% discount from your food bill to members of the military and their family.

Simply present your armed forces identification when ordering to benefit from the discount.

History

There has been an ‘Ale House’ on this site for over 300 years. The original building is still standing but has been extended many times over the years.

Originally, The Hunters Inn served only the local farmworkers and beer was often hand-delivered to the men working in the fields.

During the early 1900’s, a lounge bar was built to attract the farmworkers’ wives and the local gentry. A dance hall was later added – now part of the ‘Tavern Bar’ – dances were held every Saturday night for the locals.

The Hunters Inn had a rather dubious reputation during the war years, with coach loads of sailors arriving regularly from Portsmouth – this led to the loss of the license for a short period!

After the war and through to 1969, the Inn, like many rural public houses went through a tough time. Farm labour dwindled and the introduction of drink driving laws ended the era of the ‘drinking house’.

Over the years the Inn has developed and food has become an integral part of what The Hunters has to offer. In 2018, new owners and management are in place with plans to enhance and sympathetically restore the historic Inn to it’s former glory.

The Ghost of the Hunters Inn

Well known to the locals, The Hunters Inn has it’s own ghost, a young cheap cialis lady, murdered by her jealous sister. She’s knows to walk the passageways, particularly vengeful towards the landlady of the house. There are multiple stories about her exploits, recorded by previous landlords.

A few years ago, the Inn was ‘exorcised’ by a local priest, and since then there’s been very few instances of unusual activity.

Revisiting a local business.

"We enjoyed a three course evening meal.
The Starter was presented very artistically and was enjoyable for all. Two main courses were the same and were well received , our sister in law had a chefs special and was extremely delicious .
Similar praise for our sweets and overall were very impressed with the food on offer."

Steak night

"Really good friday night steak night at Cockhaven - excellent food and drink and a very relaxed atmosphere."

Once again perfect

"Dined here on Tuesday evening. Once again the plates of food were huge and amazing. Emma and staff are always so pleasant and helpful. Just amazing."

Address

01626 775252
contact@cockhavenarms.co.uk

Emma & Andy Newton
Cockhaven Arms
Bishopsteignton
Devon
TQ14 9RF

 

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Opening Times

Monday - Wednesday : 12:00 - 15:00 | 17:00 - Close
Thursday - Sunday: 12:00 - Close

Food Times

Monday: 12:00 – 14:00 | 18:00 – 20:30
Tuesday: 12:00 – 14:00 | 18:00 – 20:30
Wednesday: 12:00 – 14:00 | 18:00 – 20:30
Thursday – Saturday:  12:00 – 14:00 | 18:00 – 21:00
Sunday: 12:00 – 14:00 | 18:00 – 20:00

Call us on 01626 775252 or  email us. Please let us know the date, number of people and also any special requirements.

Staying with us? 
Checkout is 10:00am

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