South Devon

Campaign for Real Ale

Campaign for Real Ale

Member Discounts

The list below contains pubs in our area believed to offer a discount to members who should be aware that the discount is at the discretion of the licensee and may be removed without notice.
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  • Dartington
    • New Lion Brewery Taproom & Bottle Shop Meadowbrook Community Centre, Shinners Bridge Dartington TQ9 6JD Telephone(01803) 226277

      In 1926, after three quarters of a century of brewing,the Lion Brewery in the heart of Totnes ceased trading. At its peak, this successful brewery owned 26 pubs and employed many locals. People far and wide celebrated its famous porter and its “celebrated Totnes Stout.” Now, a passionate group of Totnesians have brought that history back to life with the launch of the New Lion Brewery, a business that will once again craft award winning beers and help to boost the local economy. New Lion began creating trial brews in temporary quarters in the autumn of 2013. Over the winter, they built a new brewery from scratch on Station Road, slowly expanding capacity. They now have a state-of-the-art brewery that can produce 45 barrels a week in their new home at Webbers Yard, Dartington and now, since 2021, their taproom is located at Meadowbrook Community Centre, Dartington. In addition to three basic beers, they work with local businesses and community groups to create experimental and one-off beers like a pumpkin ale, a chilli beer, and a mushroom stout. They work with Pizzalogica (Wed-Sat) who are also based at Meadowbrook as well as many guest food vendors to bring fantastic food to enjoy with your drinks. There are lots of live events weekly, see the brewery’s social media pages for details. Check winter hours on their website. Meadowbrook Community Centre is a mere 5 minutes’ walk away from our old Webbers Yard location and is easily accessible from Totnes via the Totnes to Dartington cycle path. You can find us across the road from the Dartington Cider Press near Dartington Primary School. If you choose to drive to visit us, parking is available in the Meadowbrook car park (free from 6 pm), as well as the nearby Webbers Yard car parks.

  • Dartmouth
    • Cherub Inn 13 Higher Street Dartmouth TQ6 9RB Telephone(01803) 832571

      Situated in the nautical town of Dartmouth, a town famous for its medieval buildings, the Cherub is one of the best and the oldest, a Grade II listed 14th century former merchant’s house. The bar has many original features with beams made from old ships timbers which boasts six handpumps serving local and national cask ales. An intricate winding staircase leads to the cosy restaurant and facilities on the two upper floors.

  • Hennock
    • Palk Arms Church Road Hennock TQ13 9QB Telephone(01626) 836584

      This reputedly haunted 16th-century freehouse is situated close to the south-eastern edge of the Dartmoor National Park, in the small village of Hennock. It is situated high above the Teign Valley. From the pub's back dining room, there are spectacular views over the valley and across to the Haldon Moors. Their 2 guest ales are usually from local breweries, and they also sell one cider. The public bar is at the front of the pub, and has a lovely wood burning stove in the winter months. The lounge is comfortable and cosy with settees and arm chairs, and leads to a dining room. Food is available every evening except Monday, when the pub is closed. Lunchtime meals are available Tues to Sat from March. Dogs are welcome in the bar and children are welcome until 8.30pm. Under new ownership Jan 2018. Sept 2019. Dining Room and cellar refurbs now completed. On-site brewery planned. Opening times are extended between Easter and September. Opening times for Autumn/Winter period: Closed Mon; Tuesday-Friday,4.30-11pm. Saturday & Sunday, 12 Noon-11pm.

  • Kingskerswell
    • Sloop Inn Newton Road Kingskerswell TQ12 5ES Telephone(01803) 872979

      Built in the late 1960's as the Seven Stars, it replaced a pub of the same name in the old part of the village, that was demolished in 1964 to enable the replacement of the old arch on the A380 and road widening. Now part of the Greene King 'Hungry Horse 'chain, it has a large garden at the front of the premises, including a childrens play area. Steps lead up to the tiered balconies and the pubs main entrance. The interior is bright and airy, and affords views across the village. To the left of the main bar, there is a games area with a dartboard and pool table. Food is served from noon till 10pm.

  • Newton Abbot
    • Railway Brewhouse 197 Queen Street Newton Abbot TQ12 2BS Telephone(01626) 354166

      Adjacent to the Railway Station. This single bar pub contains memorabilia of the 'age of steam', paintings, photographs, models, books and old gas lights (converted to electricity). At the front of the pub there is a covered pavement area, with four tables with chairs. It changed hands in 2021, Platform 5 brewery has now moved to Torquay. The current owner also owns Ye Old Cider House nearby.

  • Paignton
    • Torbay Inn 34 Fisher Street Paignton TQ4 5ER Telephone(01803) 392729

      A real traditional pub with separate lounge and public bars dating back to the early 1600’s when the sea was on its doorstep and it was opposite to a fish market hence address of fisher street. It is also documented that the Roundhead General Fairfax stayed at the inn prior to a civil war battle in Exeter. A warming welcome awaiting all who visit from locals, staff, landlord and landlady, including benefits for CAMRA members. A mainly rugby supported pub amongst other sports, it also has regular live music, mainly Northern Soul and time is called via a ships bell recovered by a local diver from an old wreck.

    • Waterside Inn 126 Dartmouth Road Paignton TQ4 6ND Telephone(01803) 551113

      Built some sixty plus years ago, this pub/retaurant is in the Goodrington area of the town, on the main road to Brixham and about 300 metres walk from the beach. In the holiday season it is the 'local' for visitors staying in the Holiday Parks nearby. The main bar is furnished for diners, with the pool table area having comfortable arm chairs. At the rear of the premises is a patio sun terrace. The pub is fully accessable to wheelchair users, complete with a dedicated disabled toilet. Slightly longer summer opening hours from 18th March; open 10am to 11pm, food served 11am to 10pm.

  • Stoke Fleming
    • Green Dragon Church Road Stoke Fleming TQ6 0PX Telephone(01803) 770238

      Opposite the village church, on the South West Coastal Path and half a mile from Blackpool Sands, there has been a building on the site since the 12th Century. The cosy bar, a focus for the village, features a large log burning open fire. The bar, adjacent restaurant and kitchen were refurbished in 2018. The background music is subdued, there are no gaming machines or TV screens, except for Six Nations rugby. Local legend suggests there is a tunnel underneath the floor to the nearby beach and, some say, a ghost. One photo is of three landlords of the Green Dragon. They are L to R: Peter Crowther 1992-2018; Alan Jones current; Steve Hele Late 1980s to early 1990s; The garden benefited from landscaping in April 2021 and the addition of an outside bar. Takeaways vilable during food service times. Currently closed Monday & Tuesday lunchtimes

  • Stoke Gabriel
    • Castle Inn The Barnhay Stoke Gabriel TQ9 6SA Telephone(01803) 782255

      The Castle has an interesting past that only a few of the older locals know. It was a Vicarage, Nightclub, hospital in the Great War and then as most of the South coast a Holding base during second war. This cheerful local pub has recently changed hands. Various music and food speciality nights, such as Fish & Fizz, are advertised on their Facebook page and a loyalty card is offered to regulars. There is an excellent beer garden with wonderful views. Please note that the pub is closed Mon lunchtimes.

  • Torquay
    • Kents 1 Ilsham Road Torquay TQ1 2JG Telephone(01803) 292522

      Traditional pub on corner site with large ornate bar & separate restaurant. Kents is a family friendly pub situated in Wellswood, a leafy suburb about one mile from the centre of Torquay & one third mile from the world famous Kents Cavern. Kents has a first class restaurant serving food throughout lunchtimes & evenings. Four regional real ales plus one guest always available and additionally over 30 gins are permanently stocked. Four regular beers are offered in the holiday season.

    • Old Engine House 130 Newton Road Torquay TQ2 7AD Telephone(01803) 226027

      Originally a typical 1960s-build roadside pub, with a large function room. Re-opened by Greene King after extensive refurbishment, as the Old Engine House Pub and Carvery on 30th July 2018 Friendly and helpful staff, traditional GK Carvery and full menu, separate Sports Bar and plenty of parking.

    • Yates 15-16 Strand Torquay TQ1 2AA Telephone(01803) 229484

      A pub standing on part of the site of the original Royal which replaced the London Inn in the early 1800's. This pub is right on Torquay's harbour front, and has recently changed hands and been refurbished. A huge range of real ales and real ciders are on offer and food is served all day.

  • Totnes
    • Totnes Brewing Company 59a High Street Totnes TQ9 5PB

      Popular and quirky brew pub serving an eclectic range of beers with staff that are enthusiastic and knowledgeable about beer. Founded in 2014, after combining the Castle Inn & The Barrel House, The Totnes Brewing Co. was born. There are now three fermenters, brewing 250 litre batches. The beer range, which is constantly changing, generally includes at least one of the ales brewed on the premises on hand pump, among the other guest ales on up to seven other pumps. There is also a good range of key keg ales. Take-away food may be brought in.