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Our guide to the top family restaurants, child friendly cafes & suitable places to eat with kids in tow.

The Foxhunter

The Foxhunter, Nantyderry, Abergavenny, Monmouthshire

Matt Tebbutt owns and runs the Foxhunter, which has won a number of awards such as the Perfect Pub Awards' Best Food, and the AA Restaurant of the Year for Wales. He is on TV regularly and has written a cook book emphasising his love of fresh natural ingredients. The restaurant serves Modern British food with a daily-changing menu featuring local, seasonal and wild foods. Two cottages are available for overnight stays or weekly on request. Foraging trips with a wild food lunch are run for most of the year. High chairs and travel cots are available.

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The Venus Cafe, Tolcarne Beach

Tolcarne Beach Village, Narrowcliff, Newquay

Expanses of soft golden sand make tolcarne a favourite for all, particularly families. Whether the tide is in or out there is plenty to do. Enjoy the shopping, learn to surf or boogie board, explore exciting rock pools take lunch or enjoy a cappuccino right next to the beach.

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Black Boy Inn

Northgate Street, Caernarfon, Gwynedd

The Black Boy Inn, Caernarfon, North Wales, has been offering hotel accommodation and dining of distinction for more than five centuries. Situated in the heart of the Royal Borough of Caernarfon, within the medieval town walls, the hotel has charm aplenty with its roaring open fires, oak beams and all the Welsh character that its age and location suggests.

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Harry’s Restaurant

86 Longbrook Street, Exeter

Harry's is an established local favourite restaurant with a wide-ranging menu to suit a wealth of tastes served up in a lively and friendly setting. The Pounds family and friends work hard to provide quality, tasty food at affordable prices, a varied menu with something for everyone and a relaxed, fun, friendly environment for staff and customers.

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Beaminster Brasserie

3, Prout Bridge, Beaminster, Dorset

The Beaminster Brasserie is at the heart of the BridgeHouse Hotel - a small, relaxed 13th Century country town hotel. Apart from amazingly healthy food made from Dorset produce, the Beaminster is renowned for its outdoor eating area beneath a vaulted canvass roof - a great place for families to eat without the fear of upsetting others and great once the kids either finish eating or lose patience as they can enjoy the garden while the grown-ups continue to relax with their food!

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The Venus Cafe, Blackpool Sands

Stoke Fleming, Nr Dartmouth

Award winning cafe at a stunning beach location. Alfresco dining at its best. The Venus Cafe specialises in organic and locally produced food.

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The Ryder Grill at The Belfry Hotel & Resort

Here at The Ryder Grill, our Executive Head Chef Robert Bates and his brigade create dishes from only the highest quality ingredients, all locally sourced, freshly selected, and lovingly prepared. The Ryder Grill succeeds in providing the most memorable of dining experiences. The a la carte menu provides a refreshing take on modern dining. Diners can enjoy stunning views across the iconic Brabazon golf course and in the summer enjoy the outdoor terrace. Succulent steaks, chargrills and spit roasts, fish and lobster, all designed to enhance your culinary experience.

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