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Aveton Gifford TQ7 4JL • 01548 550284 On the A379 between Kingsbridge and Modbury


Excellent Food freshly prepared to order, showcasing the finest of local produce, sustainably sourced.


Special/Restricted Dietary requirements catered for. Serving morning coffees; lunches; afternoon/cream teas; bar snacks; and dinner


Orders taken for lunches from 12 till 2pm; evening meals from 7 till 9pm. Booking advisable for larger parties.


An idyllic spot with stream side and alfresco areas to enjoy the best of the sun and wonderful views whilst enjoying a relaxing drink or meal. A haven for walkers, birdwatchers and those who like 'messing about on the river'.


Home of the monthly Jazz Club evenings and host to so many more events throughout the year; there is always something good going on... and the welcome as warm as it can be.


With ample parking; recreational area for children; skittle alley; function room for private parties; and four-legged visitors welcome in both bars, The Fishermans Rest is what a village pub should be!


Tel: 01548 550284 Email: thefishermansrest@btconnect.com WWW.THEFISHERMANSREST.CO.UK


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