Unwind and savour the finest cafes in and around Dartmouth, presenting delightful coffee at Dartmouth coffee shops, tea, pastries, and mouthwatering brunch options in cosy and chic atmospheres. Ideal for students, locals, and visitors alike, these establishments also serve the best breakfast in Dartmouth. Don't miss the beach cafe in South Milton and explore the charming cafes in Totnes for a diverse culinary experience.
Cafe Alf Resco
Famous for its Breakfast. Cafe Alf Resco is a cut above the normal Cafe. British, Vegetarian Friendly, Vegan Options, Gluten Free Options Meals. Breakfast, Lunch, Brunch 6.5 miles TQ6 9AN
A vibrant local Totnes cafe offering Artisan Wood Roasted Italian coffee plus a virtual Italian deli. 7 miles. TQ9 5DR
The Lime Coffee Co
Sweeping, crystal shores, hugging the coast, Slapton sands epitomises the outstanding beauty that South Devon has to offer. The beach is perfect for all visitors, from families looking for a leisurely day playing in the water to Dog walkers looking to wear out their pups (and themselves!). Spot the water sports enthusiasts; Kayaking, Kitesurfing, and Sailing in the distance. A place to escape and take in nature at its finest. Nestled half way along the beach is Strete Gate, a mini hive of activity! Here sits the Lime Coffee Co. wagon - Serving freshly ground coffee, cold drinks, delicious pastries, and a range of great cakes. Keeping it local we love quality and service with a smile, even when it rains! Our aim is to feed the hungry, refresh the thirsty and keep the beach lovely - using biodegradable products where possible, we want to leave a mark in people's memories not on the beach. Why the Lime? Not just a juicy, vibrant fruit that we pop in our gin! This is a homage to the areas past, South Devon is known for its abundance of limestone. Lime kilns once dotted the esturies and coastal areas in order to produce a powdered lime to transport around the country.
Dartmouth Castle Tea Rooms
A cafe with a view and delicious cream teas and pastries. Why not explore the Dartmouth Castle while you're there or even a quick dip at Castle Cove.