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The Journey's End Inn - Pub in Devon

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Ringmore, Kingsbridge, TQ7 4HL, Devon
England, United Kingdom

Conor Heneghan & Tracy Brand
+44 (0)1548 810205(landline)

Local produce, out of the way and a wonderful ‘how pubs used to be’ vibe. Food is first class, beers are brilliant, and it’s super cosy

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Down innumerable lanes where you can sniff the sea air is this: a 13th-century pub in a pretty thatched village. Four fires keep the original monks' mews snug and cosy, and each of the main areas has a different feel: a dark, rustic and flagged drinkers' bar – with a leather sofa-filled snug off it; a panelled room with a hatch bar; and a conservatory. Take your pick from many Devon ales, straight from the barrel, or Devonian cider; or choose from a great selection of whiskies and wines. Chef Conor has cooked in Thailand and at the Burgh Island Hotel, favours a refined simplicity, and menus change daily. When we were there on a cold February's day we were tempted by the slow-roast pork cheek with Bramley apple mash and buttered Savoy cabbage; and the charred beef rib-eye with a merlot reduction and a green peppercorn aïoli.

Children welcome
Children of all ages welcome in some public rooms (highchairs not necessarily available).
Wireless internet access available in the bar.
Vegetarian meals
Good vegetarian options on the menu.
Licensed premises
Alcohol may be served.
Dogs welcome
Dogs welcome in some public rooms.
Wine list
Pub serves eight or more wines by the glass.

Local points of interest from Conor Heneghan & Tracy Brand:

Local points of interest from
Conor Heneghan & Tracy Brand:

  • A fifteen minute stroll from the beautiful south Devon coastal path, and smugglers cove Arymer only accessed by foot with breath taking views
  • R C Sherriff, whilst staying in Ringmore wrote the famous play 'The Journeys End' the pub once called the New Inn changed its name in 1929 to The Journeys End Inn
Points of interest

Guest feedback
"The Journeys End Inn in the village of Ringmore is a real pub with great lunchtime food just a couple of miles walk across the headland from Bigbury on Sea just far enough to restore ones appetite after the wonderful breakfast at the Henley especially if you had the porridge served with fresh devon cream and Amorretti liqueur."


October 2016

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Lunch from £6. Dinner £11.50-£19.95. Sunday lunch £11.50-£13.75. Bar meals £2-£6.50.


Mon all day.


Ringmore, Kingsbridge, TQ7 4HL, Devon


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