- Mon - Thurs 12.00 - 11.00pm
- Friday 12.00 - 12.00pm
- Saturday 12.00 - 12.00pm
- Sunday 12.00 - 11.00pm
- Mon-Thurs 12- 2.00 & 6.30 - 8.30pm
- Friday 12 - 2.00 & 6.30 - 9.00pm
- Saturday 12 - 3.00 & 6.30 - 9.00pm
- Sunday 12 - 3.00pm
Quiz Nights, Pool Teams,
Darts Teams, Curry Nights,
Music Nights, Summer Events,
Poker, Euchre, Free Pool
The Bridford Inn
CAMRA South Devon Pub of the Year
2015 & 2018
CAMRA South West Pub of the Year 2015, Runner Up
Dean, Lyn, Sam & the Team welcome you to The Bridford Inn.
Watch out for our new Autumn Menu coming in September.
We're a family run 17th century free-house in the pretty village of Bridford, Devon. Within Dartmoor National Park, we're high up in the beautiful Teign Valley with stunning countryside views. Only 9 miles from Exeter, we're rural yet accessible.
Our range of cask ales includes Dartmoor Jail Ale and we keep 3 other changing guest ales from a mix of local & national brewers. Apart from our ales, we're known for our Cider & Scrumpy Bar with 20+ real ciders to choose from in addition to Thatchers' Gold & Haze. Our current range includes Orchard Pig, Weston's, Moles, Lilleys, Sheppy's, Harry's & Sandford Orchards. We also stock Rekorderlig Fruit Ciders, Strongbow Dark Fruits & Healeys Cornish Rattler in Bottles. If you prefer spirits, see our original Gin Shelf with 60+ premium, unusual & local gins to choose from.
We're open for lunch & dinner Mon - Saturday and serve Traditional Sunday Lunch. We offer a range of snacks, light meals, starters, dinner & desserts. Our original menu is changed regularly and you'll find classic pub favourites as well as a few surprises plus vegetarian & gluten free options. We also run a daily range of specials - see our board in the bar. Our chefs freshly prepare all our food using locally sourced, seasonal ingredients and it's served in our relaxed and informal bar. We make all our own Desserts, complemented by our range of Taste of the West award winning Auntie Moos ice-creams & sorbets.
What Pub - say's
"High above the valley floor, there are panoramic views of the surrounding hills from the pubs' gardens. With its stone walls, beamed ceilings and inglenook fireplace, this is a gem of a pub, for not only do they serve good ales, food and traditional cider from various Devon and Somerset producers, but it also houses the village shop! There are four handpumps on the bar that are usually fully employed, but there is also a stillage behind the bar which can take a further two barrels on gravity. There is always something on at the Bridford." (content What Pub)