Green DragonChurch Road
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:
4 Mar Takeaways available call on 01803 770238 Takeaways served Thursdays-Saturdays 6-8pm Sundays 1-4pm (pre-book only) Collections adhering to COVID regulations or deliveries available within Stoke Fleming and Strete Details on Facebook From Monday 19 July you are no longer required to wear a mask when visiting us but it would be appreciated to help protect our team and other customers. We have spoken with our team and some will continue to wear masks while serving you. Table service will remain inside the pub, if you are sat in the outside areas ordering can take place at the bar or our alfresco bar. Payments can be taken at the bar. We will remain with our no seat no drink policy for the time being and will have the bar stools available at the bar, to enable customers to enjoy a drink at the bar. After gathering valuable feedback we feel the community, team and visitors aren't quite ready for a packed bar just yet. We will continue with our track and trace system and would kindly request people check in on arrival where possible. Hand sanitisers will remain around the pub for your convenience. We will continue to remain respectful to our customers space and tables will remain socially distanced. Currently closed Monday & Tuesday lunchtimes See Facebookmore information...
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Tucked away 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. There is a cosy bar, a focus for the village, featuring 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.