Summer living in and around Luscombe

Summer living in and around Luscombe

Luscombe sits delicately in the heart of Devon, crafting and perfecting drinks on an old English farm. Scattered apple trees can be seen from the office window, fields roll on for miles and if you’re lucky, you may spot the odd cow grazing on the hill top.

Our location couldn’t be any better; the perfect balance of country and coastal. And, with so many beautiful beaches surrounding us, it only makes sense to head to the water to enjoy those long Summer evenings and sunsets. Watch the swirls of pink, red and orange paint the sky, enjoy the blissful sounds of the tide and of course have a Luscombe at hand. If you haven’t already, you will fall in love with Devon and Cornwall quickly.

To help you on your way, we’ve pulled together a list of our favourite places to enjoy a refreshing Luscombe this Summer;

River Exe Café – Exmouth
Dining with a difference, this floating barge turned shed and now restaurant, offers the most amazing views across the River Exe. Accessible only by river taxi this seasonal restaurant offers a wide range of locally sourced food and of course a great selection of Luscombe allowing you to enjoy a great sundowner with a hearty local meal.

Malsters Arms – Tuckenhay (near Totnes)
Although this little riverside pub is not at the beach, it is on the water. Close to Totnes, Bantham Beach and within easy reach of Dartmouth by boat, paddle board or kayak this picturesque pub, restaurant and bed & breakfast is a welcoming favourite for locals and returning visitors. Sit back and enjoy a refreshing Luscombe hot ginger beer on its own or add a splash of local rum and watch the world go by.

South Sands Hotel – Salcombe
This popular hotel decorated in all things nautical, is set in the heart of Salcome and stocked with premium spirits, delicious mixers and the most sophisticated seasonal dishes. South Sands is in the mist of outstanding beauty and the views across the estuary will make you want to stay to explore more of what the South West has to offer.

Hidden Hut – Near Truro
Tucked away on the south coast of Cornwall this outdoor beach café is a little treasure. Finding them can be a small adventure but worth the visit when you get to see beautiful golden sands, turquoise waters and fiery sunsets. It really is a gem of a place and offers the best freshly cooked food that can be enjoyed with Luscombe’s traditional Sicilian Lemonade or Hot Ginger Beer.

Woolacombe Bay Hotel – Wollacombe
From Mediterranean meals to Devon Seafood, Chefs at Woolacombe Bay make every dish an occasion. With rooms, suites and sea views this North Devon hotel is ideal for those of you who enjoy being close to the sea while relaxing with a spa treatment and indulging in only the best food and drink.

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