Below is a list of Restaurants in Clovelly; you can find more details about each restaurant by clicking on 'view restaurant details' You can be sure of a warm welcombe at The Farmers Arms, a vibrant part of Devons rich heritage, where Good Food, Fine Beers and Wines can be enjoyed in surroundings dating back to around 1207.
With a thatched roof, exposed oak beams and two open fireplaces, one with an old bread oven its all you would expect to find in a traditional Devon Village Pub.
Other popular routes are Nursery Ravine and Skeleton Gorge.
Tokai Forest is a Pine and Gum forest with arboretum (living tree museum).
``There were a lot of people around who saw them and remarked how brazen they were.'' While the manager of the Clovelly Hotel had no comment, Falzon's manager Max Markson resorted to some toilet humour of his own to explain the ironwoman's unsavory behaviour when he was quizzed on Wednesday."Candice often uses the men's toilets because the lines are shorter,'' he quipped.
Brownsham Car Park Moderate - Coastal and inland footpaths and tracks, which are rocky in places and may be muddy, a quiet road, a green lane. A walk in the woods, also passing through the Brownsham Moors and the Culm Grasslands, an unusual habitat with a rich diversity of wildlife.
There is an optional detour into the famous thatched-and-cobbled village of Clovelly, where donkeys are still the main form of transport up the steep village street and residents carry their shopping on sleds.
The Blockhouse is accessible from Simonstown on the road just opposite Boulders Beach and takes you to the ruins of an old English Fort.
Muizenberg Peak can be accessed via stone steps on Boyes Drive above Muizenberg, or Silvermine Nature Reserve on Ou Kaapseweg. The Sentinel is Hout Bay’s most famous mountain and looks out over the venue for South Africa’s Big Wave Surfing spot, ‘Dungeons’.