Spoilt for choice when it comes to eating out
If you are eating in then Sainsburys and Asda are about a mile away while there is a small Coop just over the hill in Chelston where you will also find a range of local shops including a post office, butchers, pharmacy etc.
A stay at Cockington Cottages is a special treat so enjoy discovering the fantastic range of restaurants we have in the area from the simple and familiar to some of the finest in the West.
Rose Cottage is in our village centre, it’s a favourite for an inexpensive al fresco lunch or a delicious cream tea - they have a seasonal piano player and stunning views across the village. Equally as lovely is Weaver's Cottage ‘Tea Shoppe’ although smaller it has a beautiful walled courtyard garden; they specialise in light lunches, top quality Devon cream teas and homemade cakes. The famous Lutyens designed Drum Inn (Vintage Inns) pub and restaurant is just round the corner and is ideal for the first night but it would be a shame not to sample at least some of the hundreds of restaurants that Torbay has to offer and there really is something for everyone from Michelin stars to your favourite chains and everything in between.
If you are looking for something a little more special, there are at least two restaurants that shouldn’t be missed and to avoid disappointment its worth pre-booking -.The Church House Inn is in the next village of Marldon a great pub restaurant. The other treat for fish lovers is Number Seven Fish Bistro down at the harbour, they specialise in local sustainably caught seafood. For the perfect sunset meal the Breakwater Bistro in Brixham is a must.