Station House Cafe, Bar and Hotel, Station Road,
South Brent, Devon. TQ10 9BE

Station House Cafe, Bar and Hotel, Station Road,
South Brent, Devon. TQ10 9BE

A very warm Welcome to

Station House – Cafe/bar and rooms

We are very pleased to welcome everyone including dogs to our café bar and accommodation. We want you to have a lovely experience whilst you are with us whether you are having coffee and cake, pizza, lunch beer and wine or staying in one of our superbly presented retro style rooms so if there is anything you need, or want to know that is not covered here, please contact us by text on 07774 872073 or 07581 654321 at any time.

You may use the above numbers to request a café / bar table booking or to reserve a room. You may also be looking to reserve our function room which can accommodate a large number of people for a wide variety of events or our upstairs meeting room which can be used for smaller gatherings, meetings or presentations . Please do give us a call for more details on any of the above.

Opening Times

Open 9AM – 5.30PM  every day

The café /bar and accommodation known as Station House  has been here from around 1800. We think It was originally built as a brewery and then later changed to be used as a hotel and pub and known as the Royal Oak Hotel.

We renamed “ The Oak “ as it was known to Station House as this was a new start for the building  and to acknowledge the long gone large station and branch line to Kingsbridge that South Brent once had and which is now the Station Car Park. The car park has plenty of room for guest parking and is free to use at any time. It is only 50 yards up past Station House on the left. 

A railway theme can be seen throughout the building. The bedrooms or Couchettes are all named after the train stops along the branch line.

We have on the ground floor our excellent cafe /bar serving food and drink of all types from 9 am to 5 pm ish. We are open 7 days a week. We also open some evenings until at least 8 pm and serve excellent, reasonably priced, home  made dishes including burgers, steaks, our very popular Pizzas , curries , lasagne and vegetarian and vegan options too . Our draft beer, wines and bottled beer selection is comprehensive as well as alcohol free options and soft drinks.

During the day from 9 am we serve A la carte breakfast , coffee, tea , alcoholic drinks ,wines and beers  along with cakes , sandwiches , pizzas, curries and other light meals . Our Paninis are exceptional and very popular. Please drop in anytime when it is open where you will receive a warm welcome  from all the team .

Walking Out and about

Turning Right out of the hotel will take you down to the village centre. Here you will find a pub, small shop and a larger supermarket. There is also a butchers and a chemist. Just off the village centre is a doctors surgery should you require one. Turning left out of the hotel takes you out of the village, to the car park and also to the dentist situated in the car parking area. There is also a building supplies and hardware shop. There are numerous interesting walks to be had around the village , some I will detail here for you and more are available in the quiet carriage . Please do have a look at them.

Circular Walk

Leave the hotel and turn right , proceed down to the village shop and go right. Walk down that street , it used to have many more shops . At the end go right and walk up past Wellington square, a lovely old area, and continue up and over the railway bridge. Turn right and walk along adjacent to the railway line and visualise the hustle and bustle there would have been in the 1940s . At the end turn right again and over the railway bridge heading back to your start point. On your way note the steps that go down and the pavement at a lower level. This is because the railway was constructed after the original houses . Return to the hotel.

The above walk can also be lengthened, once you have been along the street to the right of the village shop, bear slightly left continue on straight past the small catholic church and down the hill to the Island. ( a popular area for the village ) Also once you have passed Wellington square, the church and gone over the railway bridge , continue on past the manor and bear left on to Lydia Bridge ( a popular jumping place for children for many years ) Maybe, instead of turning right at the next bridge to return to the hotel, take a walk up Hillside and admire all the big houses built for wealthy people with the coming of the railway. See the further walks detailed in the quiet Carriage if you would like more information.




What’s On

Breakfast, Lunches, Coffee & Homemade cakes, Cream teas, Afternoon teas, Dinner, Beer on tap, wines, cider, soft drinks , milk shakes, Dartmoor ice cream

Function room, events, quiz, birthday parties, music – just ask