Telephone: 01626 873 480
The Ness is a busy restaurant/bar in the perfect location, also boasting 9 fabulous letting rooms. Sitting on the edge of the Teign Estuary the stunning views reach up the river one way and out to sea the other. A few moments walk from the beach, Smugglers tunnel and Shaldon Wildlife Trust, with a short stroll into the village of Shaldon and the Ferry across to Teignmouth.
The Manor House was built in 1810 as the summer house of Lord Clifford. The house may have been changed into a hotel but the traditional features, open fireplace, oak floors still remain yet complemented by some modern nautical designs. Clifford also built the Smugglers Tunnel ( which is still open today) to allow private access for his family on to Ness Beach, but allegedly really being use to smuggle contraband up from the private beach.
Situated right on the south west coastal path, we are super dog friendly. Well behaved pooches are welcome in the bar area and music room for dining, you can even buy doggy Ice cream!
There are also two dog friendly rooms so you don’t have to leave them at home. If you want to learn more about our accommodation see our entry under Stay.
Opening for coffee and cakes at 10am, The bar welcomes guests for drinks, nibbles, a quick lunch or relaxed dinner whilst taking in the sea view., Food is served all day from 12pm through to 9pm, with the bar closing at 11pm. ( double check on that in the depths of winter! ).
A varied menu of good pub food classics, with Fish & Chips, Award winning Steak & Tanglefoot pie, Burgers, Salads and many more. The Blackboard specials change regularly focusing on freshly made fish dishes for example Classic Fish & Seafood Stew, Baked Crab or Crayfish Risotto.
There are also Children’s, Sunday Roast, and small plates menus . Allergen, vegetarian and vegan dishes are available too.
As a proud member of the Hall & Woodhouse Family, brewers of Badger Beers, the pumps host our own Ales, Fursty Ferret, Badger Best, Seasonal Ales and the new Owlers IPA. Peroni, Amstel, Kroneburg, Thatchers all compliment the Ales on tap, with a wide variety of bottled beers and ciders. Gins, vodkas, rums and whiskeys line the back bar with Fevertree or Schweppes mixers to compliment, alongside a fabulous and well chosen Wine List.