telegraph travel review

This weather-beaten clapboard shack with sea-salty windows overlooking the dramatic sea arch of Thurlestone is right on the beach, making it a perfect pit-stop during a coastal walk. Crab cakes, crispy squid and bacon sandwiches are served up on rustic wooden tables as walkers compare notes on local dolphin sightings.

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quaff and scoff food review

About a month ago The Times published a list of the ‘Britain’s 30 best restaurants by the sea‘ (content behind paywall), the full extent of which I duly copied down into my little black book of food in the hope that an opportunity to visit a couple might present itself in the future. A Devon holiday was just the opportunity this list had been waiting for, and so guided by iPhone we wound our way down through the South Hams district to Beachhouse at South Milton Sands.

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devon life food review

South Milton Sands-The gigantic arched Thurlestone Rock, sweeping coastline, the NT nature reserve and chilled sunset-watching from the sand dunes are just a few of the factors that make South Milton Sands my favourite beach.

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cool places food review

This shabby-chic, sea-blue and cream wood-panelled house is an easy place to while away the time over a latte, an ice-cream, a glass of wine or even a bowl of chips. It’s set just above the lovely, family-friendly beach of South Milton Sands, and has wooden picnic tables outside sporting gorgeous views right out to the horizon. They do a simple cooked breakfast, doughnuts, chelsea buns, pasties and sandwiches to take away, and easy lunches such as moules-frites, herby crab cakes or a frittata. During the high season on Friday and Saturday evenings you can also have fish and chip suppers but you’ll need to book ahead.

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dailymail food review

Shack and awe! The dilapidated beach hut that proves Devon is heaven. And as for the crab…The Beach House in Devon is the sort of seafood shack that types in the big cities pay millions to try to replicate.

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