Barnstaple is the main Hub of North Devon, an old market town which is full of history and character.
Barnstaple has a historic Pannier Market which is open six days a week through most of the year the market offers a huge range of exciting fresh produce, handmade arts and crafts, a fantastic range of antiques and collectables.
With a proud history and tradition the market has been voted amongst the top ten food markets in the country and any visit will bring the chance to enjoy this famous old building and to sample the friendly atmosphere generated by the traders and shoppers alike.
Mon: (small) general market
Tues: food and plants market
Wed: antiques market
Thur: arts and crafts market
Fri: food and produce market
Sat: general market
There are many places to eat and buy great food in Barnstaple.
Here’s a list of our favorites…
The West Country Cheese Co http://www.westcountrycheese.co.uk
Claytons/Glasshouse Restaurant – http://www.claytonsbarnstaple.co.uk/
Fulham Restaurant – http://www.fullamrestaurant.com/
Lilicos Restaurant http://www.lilicos.co.uk
Gurka Restaurant – http://www.gurkharestaurent.com/
Places to go
Scott Cinema – http://www.scottcinemas.co.uk/
Queens Theatre – http://www.northdevontheatres.org.uk
Lets go Bowling – http://www.letsgobarnstaple.co.uk/
Tarka Tennis – http://www.tarkatennis.net/
Barnstaple Pannier Market – http://www.barnstaplepanniermarket.co.uk/
Pilton Festival – http://www.piltonfestival.co.uk/
Devon by Bike – http://www.devonbybike.co.uk
Devon Academy – http://www.devonacademy.co.uk/
Mango Beads – http://www.mangobeads.co.uk/
Barnstaple Town Centre – http://www.barnstapletowncentre.co.uk
Barnstaple – http://www.barnstaple.co.uk/
Barum Brewery – http://www.barumbrewery.co.uk/