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The Mess Room

Start your day at our on-site cafe, The Mess Room, before heading out on the water. Open 7 days a week serving cooked breakfasts, sandwiches, lunches, homemade cakes and hot drinks, with plenty of outdoor seating and a roof terrace.

YHG_Cafe Eateries The Guard Room Turnchapel

Within walking distance

The sister-cafe to The Mess Room, The Guard Room at Turnchapel Wharf is a fantastic, naval-inspired cafe overlooking the ex-Ministry of Defence site. With an outdoor terrace, this is a great place to walk to and enjoy a coffee & cake in the sunshine.

Turnchapel village is also home to two fantastic, classic pubs; The Boringdon Arms and the Clovelly Bay Inn.

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At Plymouth Yacht Haven

With the best views across the Yacht Haven, The Bridge at Mount Batten has a nautical buzz and amazing food & drink. Open 7 days a week, all-year round serving breakfasts to sandwiches, lunches and dinner, serving up quality food to match the view.

Located in the Western Hangar, the Galley Kitchen serves hot drinks, breakfast baps and lunches. This happy little cafe also offers takeaway to enjoy on Mount Batten Pier, or back onboard your boat. 

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Best visited by boat

Of course there are many excellent places to enjoy fine food and drink in the Barbican including the world-famous Plymouth Gin distillery. But the beauty of our corner of the UK is the array of waterside towns, villages and eateries which are best to visit by boat. So if you're venturing along the Devon & Cornwall coastline, a visit to a local pub for a cold drink and a hearty meal is a must.

We've therefore compiled our TOP 5 pubs to visit by boat to help you plan your sailing...


For large food shops, there are several local option available to you. You can also get your food delivered to the Marina Office - just let us know when it will arrive, we'll sign for it and you can collect it and put it straight onboard.