Always a good bet if you can get a table (I rarely book) Olives,Humous & bread with Balsamic & Oil dip to start -yum! Lucky to still have mussels as at the end of the season and they were delicious served in a white wine...More
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Having walked along the river path to Heddon's Mouth we were looking forward to a good lunch. The menu wasn't over extensive but the dishes looked very appealing. I can recommend the steak and ale pie, and the chips that accompanied it were among the...More
Lunchtime visit on recommendation of others who said how good it was,and after a visit to the sea. Atmosphere was friendly and welcoming despite being busy. Food was of good quality and hot. Service was prompt and with a smile. Sam was especially helpful and...More
Stopped and had some soup after a cold walk. Welcomed despite having walking boots on their nice carpets (bar area full). Soup really nice, lovely staff.
Stopped here for a drink and scones , found it to be expensive. Was lovely to sit in the gardens on a sunny day tho. Scones were average, plain, no choice offered, would have preferred fruit ones. They tasted more like sweet bread rolls then...More
We ate here seeking respite from a rainy day on the Coast Path, and had an excellent meal. The highlight was probably the starter - mushroom and tarragon soup - but the main course Niçoise salad (made with proper tuna steak) was also excellent. We...More
We decided to book a night at The Hunters Inn recently to relax and enjoy a rare evening together after a hectic summer of working. Honestly never ever again! The service is appalling, the food is even worse and the whole place is literally falling...More
We always enjoy a visit to the Hunter's Inn in the beautiful Heddon Valley in North Devon. The staff are friendly and worked hard to serve us on a busy bank holiday weekend, when we heard the head chef was not in. Despite this we...More
Easy to park befor the gentle walk to Heddons mouth, the pub serves good food, evenings and lunch, pleasant staff, not a lover of dogs in the restaurant. But that seems common down here.