Our large double en-suite rooms include comfortable double beds and feature TV and tea/coffee making facilities allowing visitors to really make the most of a stay in the South Hams.
Terms & Conditions
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£75 - £90 per room per night
A warm welcome is offered to one and all at the Tradesman's Arms, a fine turn of the 14th Century thatched pub and restaurant with accommodation in the picturesque village of Stokenham Devon.
Considered to be one of the prettiest pubs in Devon, The Tradesman's Arms is the ideal location should you wish to visit us for a glass of wine, a pint of traditional real ale, a tasty bar snack or a enjoyable evening meal in our delightful restaurant.
The highly-recommended immaculate 4 en-suite rooms offer spacious accommodation and feature: TV and tea/coffee making facilities and they allow visitors to really make the most of a stay in the South Hams. We offer a full traditional English Breakfast using local suppliers to ensure you have a great start to your day. Our rooms are priced at between £85 and £100 per night inclusive with most credit / debit cards accepted and booking is highly recommended.
Our aim is to offer our guests fresh, local and seasonal produce. Our menu has a traditional element with a contemporary twist to it without being too complicated. All produce is sourced from the local area where possible.
The Tradesman's Arms has a superb selection of white, red and rosé wines as well as sparkling champagnes to accompany your meal or to enjoy on their own.
The Tradesman's Arms is open for lunch 12am - 2pm and evening dinner 6pm - 9pm / Sunday - lunch 12am - 2pm and evening dinner 6pm - 8.30pm.
Our double en-suite includes a comfortable double bed and features TV and tea/coffee making facilities allowing visitors to really make the most of a stay in the South Hams.