Activities for Foodies

Activities in devon

Devon is known for it’s quality ingredients, artisan cafes and finest farm shops. We have listed a handful of favourites we recommend visiting on your stay if you’re interested in food production and delicious eats.

Darts Farm

Who doesn’t enjoy a trip to a local farm shop? Darts Farm won’t disappoint with it’s extensive stock of organic west country products and delicious café, serving homemade, locally sourced food and beverages in their restaurant.


A popular family-run farm shop selling handmade cheeses made from milk from their own herd as well as holding tasting events and tours. If you’re a cheese fan, a trip to Quicke’s Cheese is a must.


Greendale’s Farm Shop has a great selection of fresh produce, hot food from their kitchen and friendly farm animals who are more than happy to greet you outside. Greendale’s offer a large range of fresh fish caught locally by their very own fishing fleet that morning.

Cafe Patisserie Glacerie

Serving the prettiest Artisan French Patisseries, a delicious selection of handmade Gelato & Coffee on Exmouth Seafront. Cafe Patisserie Glacerie is the perfect spot to visit after a dip in the sea or a walk along the extensive Exmouth promenade.


A great place to visit if you’re looking for a more casual dining experience with incredible sea views. Mickeys offers a delicious menu of handmade wood-fired pizzas, fresh lobster, fish and tasty burgers. During the summer months there is often a chilled out DJ set playing too!

vineyard tours

As well as taking a tour of Lympstone Manor’s award winning vineyard, we recommend taking a tour of Kenton Estate. Here they offer tasting tours of not just wine but gin, whiskey, cider and brandy too.

ashburton cookery school

The Ashburton Cookery School is one of the UK’s top cookery schools offering over 40 cookery courses to choose from, designed to suit beginners as well as advanced cooks.

exeter brewery

Take a tour around Exeter brewery’s brewhouse where they brew all of their ales in the ‘engine room’. The tour begins with drinks before a tour around the Brewery followed by a classic meal of pie, mash, peas & gravy (plus additional beers!).