Links to places to go

The Guardhouse Cafe Berry Head

We serve a range of local hot and cold food, fairtrade coffee, Teapigs tea, alcoholic and soft drinks – and of course the famous Guardhouse Cream Teas! Everyone is welcome, including four-legged family members. Click Here

The golden hind

There's so much to see and explore above and below its five decks, with many hands on exhibits giving the visitor of all ages a wonderful insight to the incredible life at sea in Tudor times. Click Here

Brixham Museum

Brixham Museum & History Society was founded in December 1957 to record, preserve and promote the story of our historic town and its people. In 1999, the members voted to change the Society name to include the word 'Heritage'. Click Here

English Riviera Airshow

The English Riviera Airshow has been bringing families and friends together since 2016, this free event has grown in popularity over the last two years attracting in excess of over 165,000 spectators to the Bay over the two days. Click Here

Places to eat


Perhaps the closest restaurant to the source of fish in the UK. Rockfish Brixham sits in the world famous fish market overlooking the boats as they land their catch which is in our kitchen an hour or so later. Click Here

Quayside Hotel

Decor from the 80's, not by choice, but because they left it like this, professional service, the food is honest using good ingredients. Click Here

Beamers Restaurant

Beamers Has been owned and run by local couple Simone and David Cook for the past six years, with Simone in the kitchen as head Chef and Sophie Their daughter as Maitre d. Click Here

Shoals Restaurant on the Lido

A warm welcome awaits you at the Coastal Cafe/Restaurant where they have a proud heritage in bringing local fish to your plate. Please take your jumper when the weather gets cold! Shoals Menu

The Break Water

With panoramic views across Brixham harbour & the whole of Torbay, we offer excellent fresh local food and quality wines in a relaxed, friendly surroundings. Click Here

Simply Fish (Roberts Fisheries)

Robert and Kelly Simonetti are the founders of Robert's Fisheries Ltd. Robert's family have been involved in the Torbay fishing industry for generations. The experiences of his childhood, lead Robert to develop his wholesale and retail fishing business in 1988 now situated in Brixham's newly developed multi-million pound fish quay.

In April 2012 Robert and Kelly opened Simply Fish a premium fish and chip restaurant and take away, located on the harbourside Click Here

The Wine Loft

Lovely atmosphere in this first floor venue for a light meal and much more. A range of 300 different wines available from the everyday occasion to the very special one. The owner is a real "Sommelier", tell him your taste and he'll come back with the bottle you were dreaming of.

Delightful service, food and wine matching, blind tastings... ...And you can buy a bottle to take away...just in case you feel thirsty before going to bed! Click Here

Tj’s Restaurant (Paignton Harbour)

TJ’s boasts an outside terrace and dining room with probably one of the best views in The Bay. Paington Harbour is a 12 minutes drive away, however its worth a trip to our favourite, very honest restaurant - Highly recommended! Click Here

Events to attend


Enjoy some familiar events from the past, including the Heritage Sailing Trawler Rally and Race and the Sunday evening blessing of the fishing fleet and Saturday night Fireworks. On Monday it’s children’s day with tons of interesting stuff for the little (and not so little) ones. Click Here

Brixham Pirate Festival

Live music, Games, Re-enactments, Skirmish on the Golden Hind, Record attempt, Fancy dress competition. Thousands of pirates. Come to watch or dress up and join in. Everyone is welcome. Click Here

Highly recommended

The place not to miss: The Chart Room Coffee Lounge

Bob Higginson, your host, use to work on the QE2, he his the Captain on board here ! Tea time is a must in his 1st Class Coffee Lounge, the lovely cakes are homemade. Afterwards you can visit "his" museum full of real nautical antiques, some marine collectable, and some reproductions. Click Here

The Queens Arms Brixham

Has now been transformed into a vibrant, friendly, traditional real ale pub with a local community in mind where we're looking forward to welcoming customers old and new to try our real ales. Click Here


Still classed as a Brixham Sailing Trawler” although no longer fishing. She was the last of a long line of beam trawlers or smacks built at Upham’s Shipyard in Brixham in 1926. As a heritage vessel of national importance, she is part of the UK Historic Fleet.

Click Here

10 Rated by Guests

tripadvisor awards

2018 TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence


...go pack your bags and sample for yourself, I could wax lyrical all day, you really won’t regret it!
Barbara Crowe November 2016
Second to none. FANTASTIC - amazing hosts, friendly, caring, thoughtful and helpful. Superb breakfast, clean and stylish room and en suite. Wonderful views, lovely outside sitting area, thoughtful extras, best b&b ever.
Kay - (Trip Advisor May 2013)
The best b&b I have stayed in for some time, lovely rooms and building. Superb service and breakfast. Good views. Very clean and tip top. Beds are ever so comfy. Could not ask for a better b&b. Enjoy your stay.
Dan - (Trip Advisor May 2013)
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