Prince WilliamPrince William Quay, Berry Head Road
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
Fully open again from Saturday 4th July Takeaway Food will be available all day. This will also be available in between Food Service (3pm-6pm) - during this time you are welcome to enjoy your Takeaway on our outside seating. We will offer table service both outside and inside. After your initial order you will be able to purchase drinks from the bar as normal, however this needs to be one person ordering per table. We will no longer be offering Carvery, but instead a Sunday Roast. To secure a table to dine inside click the link below Please ensure you leave your details as we will call you back to confirm your booking. For any other enquiries please email: firstname.lastname@example.org information...
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Named after William, Prince of Orange, who landed in Brixham on 5th November 1688 with a fleet of 500 ships and 15,000 men, he led the 'Glorious Revolution' and on 11th February 1689, along with his with his wife, Mary, was solemnly pronouced King and Queen of England. This large modern bar and restaurant are within the Marina housing overlooking the harbour. There is lots of seating within for diners and outside is a large patio area with parasols, which catches the sun in the afternoon. Now advertising itself as a Gastro Pub, the interior was completely refurbished in 2020