Where We Are
The Devonport Inn on the Cleave has a unique position in this historic, charming and traffic free Cornish village yards from the small beach that looks out across the Rame peninsular.
Directions By Road
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From Plymouth via the Torpoint ferry
Plymouth to Kingsand by car: Option 1. 9 miles from Torpoint – 20 minutes
1. Take the Torpoint Ferry in Plymouth
2. 10 minute crossing
3. Leave Ferry follow A374
4. At Anthony bear left following signs to Millbrook
5. Through Millbrook, follow signs to Kingsand/Cawsand
6. Park your car at the top of the village and walk down the hill or try the car park which has limited parking in high season. There is also a large car park in Cawsand.
7. The Devonport is on the Cleave. Pass the Halfway House on your right, bear left and follow the road round past the clock tower till you arrive at the Cleave. The Devonport is half way down on your left.
From Plymouth via the Tamar Bridge
1. Cross the Tamar bridge
2. Follow the A38
3. At the Trerulefoot roundabout turn left on the A374 to Torpoint
4. A mile and a half after Polbathic look out for a sign to Crafthole on your right.
5. Turn right up the hill into Crafthole.
6. Proceed straight on following signs to Millbrook, then Kingsand/Cawsand
7. As points 6 and 7 above
This area is a popular hiking destination with walkers around the Rame Peninsular. Access from the East from Plymouth via the Cremyl ferry.
Plymouth to Cawsand – 5 mins walk away.
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Available by personal arrangement in the bay.
Easy mooring is available in Kingsand and Cawsand bays for visitors by boat or yacht.
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Monday - Sunday, Closed Tuesdays during school term time:
Breakfast service from 9:30am until 11am (Summer holidays only)
Lunch service from 12:00pm with last orders at 2:30pm (3pm on Sundays)
Afternoon Teas service from 3pm until 5pm
Supper service from 6:00pm with last orders at 9:30 pm, No Food on Sunday evenings
Booking is advisable for evening meals by telephone on 01752 822869
There are no extended opening hours and last food orders are at 9.30pm to allow for local residents’ peace and quiet.
Local inexpensive parking is available just a minutes walk away at one of the village car parks.
Bar, restaurant and toilets.
Children are welcome. We do not offer a specific children's menu however the chef can always serve half protions and children's favourites such as sausages, fish and chicken fillets are usually available.
Well behaved pets are welcome in the pub on leads and kept on the floor.