The dining experiences at Bovey Castle have been designed to complement the hotel's reputation for country house elegance and outdoor activities. Whether you plan to participate in one or two of the hotel's impressive guest activities or retreat to the tranquility of the Adam Room's plush armchairs, the style and selection found in each of the hotel's restaurants and dining areas cater for all tastes.
Lavish picnics can be ordered to accompany guests on daily activities, with the Castle Bistro also offering light lunches, golf snacks and family-friendly meals throughout the day. The atmosphere here is bright and relaxed, with contemporary décor and spectacular views from the restaurant's terrace.
Afternoon tea can be served in any of the hotel's public areas, but the Cathedral Room and Adam Room are popular locations for this quintessentially English treat. On sunny days, the South Terrace is the most desirable spot in the hotel for afternoon tea, as tea is served with panoramic views of the entire estate.
With stylish service and seasonally British cuisine, the ambience in The Edwardian Grill is smart but laid back, with Art Deco décor and unrivalled views over the grounds and gardens. The daily menu reflects a locally-sourced array of ingredients, including fish from Brixham Harbour and the finest beef from native Dartmoor cattle.
The Edwardian Grill
The Beef Menu
Please note: No strict dress code exists for the Castle Bistro, but smart casual clothing (including smart denim) is requested in The Edwardian Grill and for private dining at Bovey Castle. Sportswear is not permitted in our fine dining restaurant. While we will do all we can to accommodate guests with food intolerances and allergies, we are unable to guarantee that dishes will be completely allergen-free.