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Wildflower Restaurant

Moorland Garden Hotel
PL20 6DA

Tel: 01822 852245

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Wildflower Restaurant

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Located on the edge of Dartmoor, just a few minutes from Plymouth city centre, a friendly welcome awaits at The Wildflower Restaurant at the Moorland Garden Hotel.

The AA Rosette awarded Wildflower Restaurant overlooks the moorland garden, with glass doors leading out to an alfresco dining terrace.  For an intimate meal with all the buzz of the restaurant, a semi-private space is set to the side accommodating up to 12 guests. 

Located in the heart of the building, the Dartmoor Bar and Lounge is two-tiered with a quiet fireside area for relaxing and reading, welcoming walkers, dog owners, locals and residents to enjoy West Country ales and hearty bar food.

Diners can look forward to deliciously seasonal menus of classic British favourites using locally sourced ingredients; including seafood from Kingfisher in Brixham and drinks from Luscombe Drinks, Plymouth Gin and Bays Brewery.

The lunchtime menu – available in both the restaurant and Dartmoor Bar – is a great excuse to meet friends or indulge after a bracing walk on Dartmoor. Sunday lunch is popular with guests and locals alike, and children under seven eat free of charge (two courses, a main and dessert) when dining with an adult. 

A visit to Devon wouldn’t be complete without a cream tea and the Moorland Garden Hotel is proud to serve an award-winning version of this Devonshire staple, named the best in the South West in 2016 by the Cream Tea Club. Special afternoon teas are also available, and in the summer months a gourmet picnic can be enjoyed in the wildflower meadow.

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  • Bar

Establishment Features

  • Al Fresco Dining
  • Pets accepted

Key Features

  • In countryside


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