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Resnova Floating Inn Dartmouth Harbour (Permanently moored)


Superb Fresh Food with constantly changing Specials


Fresh Lobsters and Fish ‘n Chips together with Pies, Pastas, Bangers ‘n Mash & home-made Puddings Plenty of space either inside and cosy or outside on the sun decks


Open for Lunch, Dinner, just a Drink or even Bed & Breakfast Distinctly Different ………… Distinctly worth a visit


You’re just 3 minutes away via our Free Water Taxis


Please phone Beni or Colin for further details


07770 62 89 67 www.resnova.co.uk


Dartmouth apprentice restaurant


The Only Training restaurant for the long-term unemployed in South Devon March 18 – St Patrick’s Night Celebrations with Hogwash


Top-quality South Hams Folk band, some Irish Stew and Colcannon and Irish tipples available – only £12 April 1 - Ladies Night


The second ladies night features top-quality comic Suzy Bennett - Dress up and let your hair down with Dartmouth Apprentice £15 a ticket with two-course meal


April 3- Mothering Sunday


A delectable lunch menu with our finest roasts and fantastic music provided by Harpist Luc Walpot - perfect for the favourite woman in your life


Call 01803 837 820 www.dartmouthapprentice.com


for further information email nina@trainingforlife.org St Barnabas Church  Newcomen Road  Dartmouth  Devon  TQ6 9BN 23


Re-opening 10th March


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