Food and Drink

Old Stable Bars

Great food, great drinks and great company. Three things that you will always find when you visit the Old Stable Bars at Stowford Farm Meadows.

Our friendly and helpful staff create a warm and relaxing atmosphere at all times. Whether you want hot or cold food, a nice hot coffee or to watch sports on the widescreen, everyone is welcome. With homemade specials on the menu every week, and local real ales and cider, we like to give every visitor a little taste of the Westcountry when they visit.

Stowaways Restaurant & Tight Lines Chippy

Stowaways Restaurant

This year marks the opening of an all-new dining experience here at Stowford, Stowaways Restaurant will be offering a new and exciting breakfast menu including fresh coffee and take away options. We are also home to the “Loose Belt Burgers”, a range of gourmet burgers that are big, bold and bursting with flavour – there are many to choose from including beef, chicken, fish, veggie and vegan options so you are sure to find something to suit your taste. Don’t fancy a burger? We’ve got that covered too with a range other menu items available, drop in anytime to check out our menu, there is sure to be something for everyone. We also have a fully stocked bar and a great wine selection available to round off a great dining experience.

Sunday Carvery  – our popular Sunday carvery is available every week from 12 noon.

Tight Lines Chippy is open daily for traditional freshly cooked fish and chips, take away pizzas and all those family takeaway favourites

Our opening hours are regularly updated and available from reception. Booking is not essential but recommended for the restaurant, this can be done in person in the restaurant or take away alternatively ring 01271 883898 *please note we can not take bookings for the Sunday carvery.

 We look forward to welcoming you to Stowaways, please call in and see us soon.  Happy holidays!



Whilst we have no objection to the use of barbecues we request that they are kept a minimum of 12 inches above the ground to prevent scorching and general damage to the grass. Barbecues must be left in a vented space due to carbon monoxide poisoning.