Enjoy a real dining experience amongst Devon’s most historic vineyard setting
The Vineyard Bistro was named after the Regent grape variety which has colourful foliage and dark-purple grapes and can be seen growing in the slopes of the vineyard.
Relax on the terrace and take in the breath-taking surroundings of the vineyard with countryside views overlooking the rolling Devonshire hills and sea glimpses. Or on cooler days enjoy the views from the conservatory.
We are open 7 days a week serving, breakfast, coffee and cake (or tea), lunches and afternoon tea.
On Friday and Saturdays we open in the evenings too serving dinner from 6pm-9pm.
If you have any food allergies please advise us at the time of booking. You can call us on 01626 770877 or CLICK HERE to book.
Served from 9.30am – until 12 noon
Sample breakfast menu – pdf
Available all day
Including coffee, tea and cake – pdf
Served from 12 noon until 3pm
Sample lunch menu – pdf
Served from 12 noon until 5pm
Sample afternoon tea menu – pdf
Friday and Saturday from 6pm until 9pm
Sample Bistro menu – pdf
Served Sunday 12 noon until 3pm
Sample Sunday lunch menu – pdf
Friday night is Tapas night!
Sample Tapas menu – pdf
Children’s menu – pdf
Old Walls wine
Wine menu – pdf
Takeaway menu – pdf
If you have any food allergies, please let the team know and we can go through the menu with you. If you want a gluten free option, we have gluten free bread and a lot of our items are gluten free, so just ask. We keep one fryer gluten free so you can have chips. We have vegetarian options available too.
All menu items are subject to change.
Perfect wedding day
"We chose Old Walls as the venue for our wedding reception as we live in the village. We knew our guests would find the setting beautiful and so convenient with the lodges and plenty of parking, but we had no idea what a fantastic success it would be! The manager was in tune with our ideas and kept good communication throughout the planning process."
Enjoyable vineyard tour
"The whole tour was very informative and entertaining. The guide was very knowledgeable about the vineyard and the wine-making process. The wines themselves were excellent, each of the visitors being given the opportunity to taste them. The adjoining restaurant overlooked the vineyard and the valley of Holmfirth and the breakfast we had was very good. Overall a very enjoyable morning."
Stayed for a 4 night stay with dogs
"We stayed in one of the dog-friendly lodges. It was beautifully modern, crisp and clean. The staff were very helpful and the place was really peaceful and quiet. A very relaxing place to stay and great dog walks on the beaches at Dawlish and Teignmouth. The lodge wasn't big but it was beautifully formed and had wooden floors throughout, as well as a fully enclosed garden so great for dogs. A great place to stay with dogs."