Our award winning waterside pub has been completely renovated using reclaimed materials, English oak, local stone, and lots of love and affection. The style is strong yet simple, spacious yet cosy; it feels like a proper pub, unfussy, uncomplicated but pleasingly functional.
Enjoy good, fresh, homemade food, great beers and interesting wines, whilst surrounded by wooden floors, old furniture, log fires, bookcases and dozens of local pictures.
We also love beer and our cellar has a good range of regional and local beers, most from brewers that know us well. When you know who brewed it somehow it tastes better! Our main beer comes from Summerskill’s just down the road, supported by beers from Princetown Breweries on Dartmoor and others who share our pleasure in beer.
Sample a wide selection of delicious meals from our bar or à la carte menu. Choose to sit anywhere from our cosy panelled library room or enjoy a delightful waterside table. Children are always welcome and we cater for parties up to 40. Our menu changes daily and features much local produce but the menu you can read here is fairly typical and is available from 12:00 midday until 21:30 daily. We love wines too and have an interesting and reasonably priced range from all over the world - good honest wines with lots of character.
Table reservations: 01752 872387
The Glasshouse at the Ship Inn is a beautiful contemporary drinking and dining area on the very edge of the water and is the ideal venue for a formal lunch or dinner (Seats 18) or buffet for 50 people. Perfect for private use.
The village of Noss Mayo is to be found about 10 miles east of the city of Plymouth, south-west of the village of Yealmpton. Plymouth is the largest city in the South West, providing all the services and shops of a typical modern city.
Noss Mayo lies on the south side of the Yealm estuary (sometimes pronounced yam) with Newton Ferrers to the north. The estuary is quite stunning, surrounded by rolling wooded hills, with the lower trees dipping their branches into its tidal waters. It is also very well protected from the storms of the Channel and the Atlantic, making it ideal sailing waters for both novices and weathered captains!
The village enjoys lovely views over the estuary and the Ship Inn is used by visitors and locals all year round. There are also a number of local shops, including a baker, butcher, post office and chemist. The local sailing school has an excellent reputation, there is nearby boat hire and for the less energetic there are great crabbing locations and lots of short walks.
The Ship Inn, Noss Mayo, South Devon, PL8 1EW
Tel: 01752 872387