Come say hello

Everyone is welcome to the Gara Rock terrace. Walkers taking a pitstop from following the South West Coast Path fresh from catching the ferry over from Salcombe. And of course, your four-legged friends too. Have a hot drink and snack from the Garavan and enjoy the fresh air after your walk. Take a look at the stunning new alfresco terraces, that we've just opened. Or come for lunch and take advantage of our stunning restaurant views (booking essential). Everyone is always welcome to enjoy drinks on the terrace & stay for a sunset. The hotel lounge is for hotel guests or those with a restaurant booking only.


Pop by for lunch between 12:00 and 14:30, for up to six people. To make sure you get a table, booking is highly recommended. We do welcome walk-ins but don't be disappointed if everyone has the same idea and we can't squeeze you in.


Refuel with us

Open high days and holidays from 11am until 4pm, we’ll be here with a warm and welcoming smile. It's the place to relax and refuel right on the South West Coast Path. Wrapped up warm in winter or feeling the sun on your face in summer, rest your legs and enjoy a tasty treat and drink from our Garavan. Choose from a selection of pasties, hot and cold drinks, ice cream or confectionery. You'll also find seasonal treats too, such as mince pies and mulled wine at Christmas. Come say hi and tuck into a welcome snack before carrying on, on your coastal adventure.

Wild Rock Spa

Press pause & relax

We're really sorry but sadly, we’re not able to offer treatments to non-residents at this time. Or spa days just yet but we will let you know when we can. We can't wait to welcome you back, so keep an eye on this page for the latest information.

Take a look at the walks near Gara Rock

Sitting right on the South West Coast Path there are many walks you can do from the hotel.

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Come & stay with us

We love it when you pop in to see us, but why not come and stay in one of our beautiful rooms! Take a look at our upcoming availability...

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