The Pilchard Inn, Bigbury-on-Sea: See 242 unbiased reviews of The Pilchard Inn, rated 3.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #3 of 3 restaurants in Bigbury-on-Sea. Burgh Island (5,714.56 km) TQ7 4BG Kingsbridge. Thurlestone Village Inn. The Pilchard Inn is located on Burgh Island, next to Burgh Island … Bar. The Inn first served the fishermen who lived on the Island and mainland shores, then the smugglers and wreckers who lured ships onto the Western rocks and, now hotel guests and the … Nestled into the landscape of Burgh Island with views across Devon’s beautiful coastline, visitors to this cosy Inn enjoy sitting in front of a roaring fire and watching the tides ‘meet’ and ‘part’ while enjoying a pint with the delicious food from the new Pilchard menu… The Pilchard Inn is an excellent spot for a drink after walking over the Burgh Island. Pub. Pilchard Inn. Friendly staff, and pleasant seating area outside overlooking Bigbury and the sands. Reservations can be made online or by phone The Maltsters Arms. The Pilchard Inn. 516 likes. Read reviews and book now. Having struggled across the beach on crutches as the sea tractor had stopped until the tide came in again we were looking forward to lunch or at least a drink at the Pilchard Inn.. We got there about 11.20 to find the Inn closed. Bookings: 01548 810514. The Pilchard Inn, Burgh Island Checking out the Noël Coward Suite in the Hotel Noël Coward, an English playwright, actor and singer originally planned to visit the Burgh Island Hotel for three days. The inn's patrons were once the local fishermen, as well as the smugglers and shipwreckers who enticed ships to their fate on the rocks locally. The Pilchard Inn, Casual Dining British cuisine. Quaint old pub, with loads of atmosphere. Where is The Pilchard Inn located? Friendly staff, and pleasant seating area outside overlooking Bigbury and the sands. Oh dear! The Pilchard Inn is an excellent spot for a drink after walking over the Burgh Island. As one of the UK’s oldest pubs, The Pilchard Inn has been quenching Burgh Island’s thirst for over 700 years. Reserve a table at The Pilchard Inn, Bigbury-on-Sea on Tripadvisor: See 225 unbiased reviews of The Pilchard Inn, rated 3.5 of 5 on Tripadvisor and ranked #3 of 3 restaurants in Bigbury-on-Sea. Burgh Island Hotel The Pilchard Inn The Pilchard Inn was built in 1336 and has been quenching the island's thirst for over 700 years. Quaint old pub, with loads of atmosphere. This is the official Pilchard Inn account Built in 1336, The Pilchard Inn was the hideout for Devon's infamous pirate, Tom Crocker. Nowadays, customers are from the Burgh Island hotel and the surrounding villages. The Muddy Duck. Get Directions +44 1548 810514. Seafood restaurant. The Dolphin Inn Pub and B&B. Visited on 3rd May looking forward to a drink and some lunch. Pub.