Food and Drink in Bovey Tracey

Visitors of Bovey Tracey have the chance to sample some of the best food and drink on offer in the county. Being the gateway to Dartmoor means that Bovey Tracey is right on the doorstep to one of the best natural larders in the UK and the eateries in the town take full advantage of this and offer extensive menus made up of locally produced dishes.  

Favourites and fresh flavours 

With such a strong commitment on sustainability and using local where possible, wherever you choose to eat and drink in Bovey Tracey you can experience the freshest, seasonal flavours. From menus inspired by the wider world to traditional, countryside dishes, you’ll find something to please even the pickiest of eaters here.  

The town has a range of independent cafes, restaurants, hotels and pubs all offering their own unique take on firm favourites and more. Throughout the town, you’ll find everything from locally made ice cream to the well known Home Farm Café which is always worth a visit. Not only that, but you can visit the former home of the Courtenay family, where you can stop off for refreshments!  

If you’re looking for traditional country pubs, look no further than Bovey Tracey. There are a host of 16th and 17th century buildings which host pubs and inns and retain much of their original features and charm. As well as local brews on tap, extensive wine lists and ever changing menus, many of Bovey Tracey’s pubs also offer accommodation options and give you easy access to the Dartmoor National Park and the range of activities that can be experienced there.