The tides dominate the Inn’s ebb and flow with many visitors arriving by boat. Voted South West Dining pub of the year 2016/2017, the food is a fusion of French cuisine and Devon produce, with on-the-doorstep fish and game.The pub clientele are local, and a lively cross-section of characters include farmers and the wealthy Salcombe set. The menu covers all bases, from pan-roasted pigeon breast to chicken supreme, as you warm yourself by the fire. The wine list is extensive, with French the keynote thanks to chef Jean-Phillippe, especially Languedoc Roussillon.Your studio suite has a marvellous private terrace overlooking the beer garden and brook. On crowded days from your elevated terrace you’ll see customers jumping the brook to reach the meadow.