The Tradesman's arms in Stokenham

The Tradesman's Arms is a fine, turn of the 14th Century, part-thatched pub and restaurant, with beams, log-burning fires & lovely cosy atmosphere, tucked away in the village of Stokenham.

The Tradesman's Arms is most definitely a pub but also serves excellent food as is evidenced by its recent listing in the
pre-eminent national food guide. 

Real ales, some very local to Stokenham, local ciders, a wide range of malt, bourbon, rye and Tennessee whiskies and a good wine list with many by the glass, are always available.

The Parish of Stokenham lies to the south and west of Slapton and is made up of the separate villages of Stokenham, Torcross, Chillington, Beesands, Beeson, Hallsands, Kellaton, Kernborough, and Dunstone. Slapton Sands, where the Americans practiced the D-Day landings, is one mile away from Stokenham, as is Slapton Ley - a nature reserve.

There are two 'no smoking' areas and a trade garden with beautiful views across Stokenham village green and down into the valley.

The Tradesmans Arms is now open seven days a week at lunchtimes and in the evenings and is listed in many of the pub guides and the Michelin Guide; it has also won the Les Routiers 'Locally Produced Food Supporters' Award 2004.

A warm welcome is offered to one and all, whether you wish to eat or merely sit at the bar and chat to the landlord, Nick.