Welcome to Bradworthy Inn, a family run, traditional 16th century coaching inn offering a fine selection of real ales, beers, wines and spirits. Situated on the picturesque market square in the village of Bradworthy, North Devon, this is the perfect place to stop and enjoy a hearty meal or a refreshing drink. The village square provides ample free parking for customers of the pub. The Bradworthy Inn encourages families, children are very welcome, as are dogs.
We offer an extensive menu for the bar and restaurant, carefully created by our chefs, using fresh local produce whenever possible. The majority of our meat is supplied by local family butchers G E HoneyÂ & SonÂ (www.gehoney.co.uk) We also use meat from Bradworthy butcher Kerry.
There is a secluded beer garden and courtyard, ideal for relaxing on a hot Summer’s day. At the bottom of the garden is a children’s Wendy House, perfect for the children to play in. The pub also offers colouring pages and pencils to help keep children entertained. The Bradworthy Inn also offers FREE wifi for all customers.
The pub is also home to a coffee shop, open from 10am Monday to Saturday, offering a selection of teas, coffees, homemade cakes, buns,Â cream teas, full English breakfast, bacon baps, baguettes and other light snacks. Take aways are available.
Bradworthy Inn is run by local family, Pam JohnsÂ andÂ her daughter and son-in-law Robyn and Gareth Pengilly, with help from younger son Toby. The staff at Bradworthy Inn are all aware of the importance of customer service.
Monday to Friday 12.00 noon to 3.00pm.
Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays -Â 5.00pm to 12.00am.
Tuesdays -Â 5.00pm to 11.00pm.
Fridays – 5.00pm to 1.00am.
Open all day from 12 noon on Saturdays and Sundays.
We are now offering an Early Evening Meal Deal from 6pm till 7.30pm, Sunday to Thursday,Â where you can enjoy two drinks and two meals (from a selected menu) for just Â£20!!
‘Great Sunday Lunch’
â€œWe decided to try the Bradworthy Inn as our third destination sampling the various roasts around the Bude area. What a great place this one was. The Inn itself has been around a few hundred years, so the atmosphere in the bar is typically old English “pub”. In itself this is a plus but the bar staff make it an even better experience being very cheery and welcoming.Â All in all a great wholesome and satisfying meal that for the two of us including drinks came to Â£22 – great value.”
Reviewed 15th July 2012 (Trip Advisor)