Al Fresco Dining in Devon
Enjoy outdoor dining in Devon at the Langstone Cliff Hotel
With the relaxation of the lockdown rules from the 12th April 2021, it will be possible to eat and drink outside the Langstone Cliff Hotel, Dawlish.
Our spacious lawns, extensive covered verandah and cosy gazebo areas offer plenty of opportunities to enjoy a meal or a drink outside with family or friends whilst complying with the government’s Coronavirus regulations.
From Monday 19th April, we are changing our opening times. Monday – Friday we will open at 10am with Hot Food served from 11.30am. Last orders for Food will be 4pm.
The Bar will remain open until 6.00/6.30pm.
Saturdays and Sundays we will open from 10am with Hot Food from 10.30am – 6.30pm.
We hope for the Bar to be open until 8pm on Fridays and Saturdays.
Tables will be available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Our outdoor dining menu
In addition to our delicious Devonshire Cream Teas, we’ll be offering a new Snack and Light Meal menu featuring a range of freshly-prepared hot and cold dishes, which will be available between 11:30 am to 4:00 pm on the lawn, verandah or gazebo areas.
This new menu is available for the period from 12th April to 16th May 2021, when we are scheduled to be allowed to open the hotel fully.
Al fresco dining at Langstone Cliff Hotel
There is ample car parking available which is free to patrons of the hotel – please remember to register your vehicle at reception on arrival.
It is also a requirement for ALL members of your party aged 16 and above to register for the government’s Test and Trace system, either through the NHS app or by signing in to the hotel system.
Please be aware that access to the hotel is not permitted except to use the toilet facilities or to use the hairdressing salon or beauty salon.
The hotel tennis court, outdoor children’s play areas and outdoor table tennis, and bar football will be available.
Unfortunately, it will not be possible to use the swimming pools at first, although we hope to make these available as regulations are relaxed further.