The Coombe Cellars is a quirky yet stylish establishment that is perfect for escaping the demand that often comes hand in hand with everyday life.
With a wide choice of starters, light bites, mains, and sharing platters, as well as an extensive drinks menu, you’ll be able to choose from a wide range of freshly prepared dishes that are sure to satisfy even the toughest food critics.
This relaxed pub, bar, and restaurant also has a great outdoor space that’s perfect for a spot of al fresco dining during the summer months - enjoy stunning views of the estuary as you kick back, relax and unwind in truly special surroundings.
There is plenty of car parking available, and we are also child friendly, so please feel free to bring your little ones along too.
Situated in Combeinteignhead, The Coombe Cellars is easily accessible by both road and public transport. Many people also visit on foot whilst they’re exploring the wonderful countryside in the surrounding area.
If you’re travelling by train, The Coombe Cellars is just a 10-minute drive from Newton Abbott station.
In addition to our magnificent interiors, we also offer a fabulous outdoor dining space that’s perfect for alfresco dining all year round.
Located in the village of Combeinteignhead in South Devon, there’s no shortage of things to see and do around The Coombe Cellars.
The village itself is a conservation area, filled with plenty of traditional cob and thatch properties, so it’s ideal for walkers and those looking to enjoy the great outdoors. There are also plenty of opportunities for fishing and pony trekking in the area. There’s also an interesting old church to explore!
Close by, you’ll also find the River Teign. This impressive 30-mile-long river winds its way down from Dartmoor to the sea at Teignmouth. With numerous species of bird and a vast range of wildlife, including Herons, Kingfishers, Grey Wagtails, and Otters, there’s plenty to see and do along the river bank. And, when you’ve worked up a healthy appetite, head to The Coombe Cellars to refresh and recharge.
The Hackney Marshes Nature Reserve is also easily accessible from the village. Here you’ll find Buzzards, Kestrels and Pheasants, as well as butterflies, badgers, and voles, can be found amongst the marshes, meadows, and woodlands.