INTRODUCING THE TREBY ARMS...

A vibrant gastro-pub offering a unique dining experience


A warm welcome awaits you at the Treby Arms in Sparkwell. A delightfully rustic country pub which holds a hidden secret...an exquisite freshly prepared menu designed to tempt and delight anyone looking for a unique dining experience.

Whether you are looking for an intimate meal for two or a family friendly evening meal, we have something for everyone to enjoy. Why not book a table today and let our friendly & professional staff wait on you, whilst you simply relax and enjoy the atmosphere.

With the attention to detail and an ever evolving menu, The Treby Arms is a foodie heaven nestled in the small village of Sparkwell, Devon.


Only the freshest seasonal produce is served and you can be sure that all our food is made from the best local produce on offer, from locally caught fish to the freshest of fruit and vegetables. It is clear that Chef Luke Fearon and our kitchen staff have great passion for what they do. The food is cooked to an exceptionally high standard and the presentation is second to none, all created for your dining pleasure.


You have the option to dine in the restaurant, the bar or even outdoors if the sun is shining, wherever you choose you can be assured of great service from our award winning front of house team. We have the whole package, meaning we are a must visit destination for a unique fine dining experience.

OPENING HOURS

Wednesday & Thursday


12pm – 3pm & 6pm – 11pm
Kitchen from 12pm – 2pm & 6pm – 9pm

Friday, Saturday & Sunday


12pm – 11pm, Bar Snacks all day
Kitchen from 12pm – 2pm & 6pm – 9pm

Please note that we are closed on
Mondays and Tuesdays.
HEART & SOUL

Our History


A household inn in the small village of Sparkwell. The Treby Arms was built by Isambard Kingdom Brunel, whilst he and his Team were building the Royal Albert railway bridge that now connects Plymouth to Cornwall. The pub was built for his workforce to socialise and rest during the building of the bridge. We are led to believe that the pub dates back to 1855, around the same time that the bridge was completed. This is when life at The Treby Arms began.

The pub has kept the true feeling and features of a good old country pub. Recent renovations have included: converting the old living space upstairs into a new dining room, moving the bespoke kitchen upstairs and extending the bar area to ensure that locals have a relaxed and welcoming place to enjoy their favourite tipple.


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