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Click the map for tourism ideas Devon is covered by Dartmoor National Park in the south and Exmoor National Park in the north. The county is rich in prehistoric monuments, and traces of Bronze Age hut circles can be found on Dartmoor.
Albert Inn

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32 Bridgetown, Totnes, Devon TQ9 5AD. Tel: 01803 863214
The Albert Inn is a proper beer drinkers pub just a short walk up the hill from the River Dart. Home to the Bridgetown Brewery as you'd expect this Grade II listed building serves superb ales along with good wholesome home cooked pub grub with Sunday lunches a real favourite.
Arundell Arms

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, Lifton, Devon PL16 0AA. Tel: 01566 784666
Lovely 17th century hotel popular with the hunting / shooting / fishing crowd. Excellently located for exploring Dartmoor the Arundell has a Grade II listed Cockpit in the garden and serves excellent quality food.
Barn Owl Inn

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Aller Mills, Kingkerswell, Devon TQ12 5AN. Tel: 01803 872130
16th Century former farmhouse located off the A380 Newton Abbot to Torquay road with a warm welcome and an old English feel. Flagstone floors, oak panelling and inglenook fireplaces are complimented by good food and cask ales.
Bedford Hotel

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Esplanade, Sidmouth, Devon EX10 8NR. Tel: 01395 513047
The Grade II listed Bedford was one of the first Regency houses to be built on the seafront in Sidmouth. Located on the South West Coastal Path with stunning views across the bay, the Bedford built in 1633 oozes quality with superb food and good quality ales.
Blue Ball Inn

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A39 Countisbury, Lynton, Devon EX35 6NE. Tel: 01598 741263
Excellent 17th century grade II listed inn location overlooking Lynmouth Bay. Great when you've just walked 14 miles of the North Devon Coastal Path ! Formerly known as the Exmoor Sandpiper but returned to its original name in 2007
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, Sidford, Devon EX10 9QL. Tel: 01395 514062
Thatched cob & flint inn dating back to 1385 which has been in the same family since 1912. Extensive menu with local fish a speciality and traditional cask conditioned ales. Located just a couple of miles from the lovely coastline of Lyme Bay.
Butterleigh Inn

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Butterleigh, Cullompton, Devon EX15 1PN. Tel: 01884 855433
Very rural inn but just 4 miles from the M5 J28. The Butterleigh serves good quality food and excellent local ales.
Church House Inn

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Church Walk, Stoke Gabriel, Devon TQ9 6SD. Tel: 01803 782384
Delightful village inn located close to the Dart Estuary and just 3 miles from Torbay. Actually owned by the Church but the beers are no longer brewed by the Church Wardens!
Church House Inn

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, Harberton, Devon TQ9 7SF. Tel: 01803 863707
Lovely 13th Century heavily beamed inn, originally constructed to house the Masons who built the adjacent village church. Signposted from the A381 Totnes to Kingsbridge road, the Church House serves excellent cask ales and wonderful food.
Church House Inn

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Churchstow, Kingsbridge, Devon TQ7 3QW. Tel: 01548 852237
16th century grade II listed inn with tales of secret underground tunnels across to the church. Well kept ales on offer along with wholesome home cooked food.
Churston Court Inn

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Churston, Near Brixham, Devon TQ5 0JE. Tel: 01803 842186
Fabulous 11th Century Saxon Manor nestling next to Old Churston Church which boasts inglenook fireplaces and walls completely covered in original portraits. Churston Court is a profusion of oak and stone with walls leaning in all directions. The wonder of walking into such a glorious building is matched by well kept ales, a good wine list and excellent food including fish delivered daily from nearby Brixham harbour.
Coach & Horses

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, Buckland Brewer, Devon EX39 5LU. Tel: 01237 451395
17th century Garde II listed thatched inn which still retains its low beamed ceilings and olde worlde charm. Good ales and homely well cooked food.
Cott Inn

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Dartington, Totnes, Devon TQ9 6HE. Tel: 01621 863777
Licensed since 1320, the Cott is a lovely inn with the longest single thatched roof in Devon. Located in a delightful village and serving superb food and good ales.
Crabshell Inn

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Embankment Road, Kingsbridge, Devon TQ7 1JZ. Tel: 01548 852345
The Crabby has undegone a transformation since we last visited with a wonderful oak frame extension but one thing hasn't changed and that's the fantastic location on the quayside. The inn serves excellent seafood and well kept ales.
Creeks End Inn

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Square'S Quay, Kingsbridge, Devon TQ7 1HN. Tel: 01548 853434
The Creeks is situated in the main square in Kingsbridge serving well kept ales. Can get busy when events are being held in the town but a great place to sit and watch the world go by.
Cricket Inn

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, Beesands, Devon TQ7 2EN. Tel: 01548 580215
Tucked away off the beaten truck in the small fishing hamlet of Beesands but with a stunning location looking out over Start Bay. The Cricket dates back to 1867 and serves excellent food.
Cridford Inn

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Trusham, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ13 0NR. Tel: 01626 853694
Stone-built thatched longhouse dating from 825 tucked into a quaint valley. Great food and good well kept ales in a charming interior with two interconnecting bars displaying original beams, rustic stone fireplaces and floors. The dining room has a preserved Saxon stone floor, fine oak pillars and small stained-glass windows.
Dart Marina

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Sandquay Road, Dartmouth, Devon TQ6 9PH. Tel: 01803 832580
The Dart Marina Hotel is a top quality hotel and as the name suggests, has great views overlooking the yachts parked on the Dart. The spa hotel serves superb food an is located adjacent to the Kingswear ferry across the river.
Dartmoor Union Inn
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Fore Street, Holbeton, Devon PL8 1NE. Tel: 01752 830346
Pleasant village inn located close to the River Erme. Good food and local ales.
Dartmouth Arms

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26 Lower Street, Dartmouth, Devon TQ6 9AN. Tel: 01803 832903
19th century grade II listed inn set in a wonderful location looking out over the Dart Estuary.
Drewe Arms

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Broadhembury, Honiton, Devon EX14 3NF. Tel: 01404 841267
15th Century thatched cottage, warmed by a large log fire and filled with carved walking sticks, farming implements, and an eel-catcher's basket hung from the ceiling. Excellent food including some superb fish specialities, real ales and a top class wine list make the Drewe Arms well worth a visit.
Duke Of York

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, Iddesleigh, Devon EX19 8BG. Tel: 01837 810253
Grade II listed 17th century thatched inn serving ales from the cask and home cooked food.
Durant Arms

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Ashprington, Totnes, Devon TQ9 7UP. Tel: 01803 732240
Lovely 18th Century village inn serving excellent food and cask ales.
Ferry Boat Inn

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Manor Street, Dittisham, Devon TQ6 0EX. Tel: 01803 772368
As the name suggests the Ferry Boat Inn sits overlooking the stunning River Dart. Good quality home cooked food and local ales on offer at this small grade II listed 18th century inn. At the bottom of a steep hill with no parking, the FBI can also be reached via ferry from both Greenway across the river or Datrmouth itself.
Ferry Boat Inn

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4 Strand, Shaldon, Devon TQ14 0DL. Tel: 01626 872340
The FBI is a busy little pub overlooking the sea and River Teign. A grade II listed building next to the landing stage for the passenger boat to Teignmouth. A live music venue with good local ales and a meeting point for the many sea sport enthusiasts.
Ferry Inn

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The Ferry Steps, Fore Street, Salcombe, Devon TQ8 8JE. Tel: 01548 844000
Not the prettiest pub in the country but what a location. The Ferry serves good ales and wholesome food including as you'd expect, fresh local crab sandwiches. Busy with holidaymakers, the Ferry is located as its' name suggests - next to the passenger ferry which crosses the estuary. In sunny weather, the location is glorious.
Five Bells Inn

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Clyst Hydon, Cullompton, Devon EX15 2NT. Tel: 01884 277288
Excellent food in a 16th Century thatched inn 3 miles from Junction 28 of the M5 which was 'moved' at the beginning of the 20th Century after objections from the local Rector. Separate bar and restaurant menus, served in a candlelit intimate atmosphere.
Fortescue Arms

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Green Lane, East Allington, Devon TQ9 7RA. Tel: 01548 521215
19th Century inn with flagstone floors and beamed ceilings serving excellent home cooked food and local ales.
Fountain Head Inn

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Branscombe, Seaton, Devon EX12 3BG. Tel: 01297 680359
14th Century quaint unspoilt rustic decor are all part of the charm of the Fountain Head. The ales are delivered by horse drawn dray from the Branscombe Vale Brewery. Accommodation is self catering in a cottage and apartment.
George Inn

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Main Street, Blackawton, Devon TQ9 7BG. Tel: 01803 712342
Rustic but homely friendly inn serving good home cooked food and local ales.
Gidleigh Park

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, Chagford, Devon TQ13 8HH. Tel: 01647 432367
Top quality hotel, set in 45 acres of magnificent gardens and woodland on the North Teign River in Dartmoor National Park. The restaurant is World renowned and the setting is perfect for a very special occasion. There's open fires, timber panelling, antique furniture, croquet lawns, tennis courts and they even have their own helicopter pad !
Globe Inn

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Frogmore, Nr. Kingsbridge, Devon TQ7 2NR. Tel: 01548 531351
Located on the A379 between Kingsbridge and the coast, the Globe can be accessed at high tide by small boats on Frogmore Creek, which flows into Kingsbridge Estuary and Salcombe Harbour. Good pub food is complimented by cask ales which are superbly well kept.
Green Dragon

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Church Street, Stoke Fleming, Devon TQ6 0PX. Tel: 01803 770238
Village pub serving local real ales and home cooked food.
Greyhound Inn

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Fenny Bridges, Honiton, Devon EX14 0BJ. Tel: 01404 850380
300 year old thatched inn, 10 miles from Junction 29 of the M5 East of Exeter. There has been an inn on the site since the 11th Century.
Hare & Hounds
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Putts Corner, Sidbury, Sidmouth, Devon EX10 0QQ. Tel: 01404 41760
Lovely country inn located in a rural area but only 3 miles from Lyme Bay coastline. The Hare & Hounds has a lunchtime and evening carvery and a large TV screen.
Highwayman'S Haunt
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Old Exeter Road, Chudleigh, Devon TQ13 0DE. Tel: 01626 853250
Welcoming inn located just off the A38 with good home cooked food. Children under 7 are not allowed in the inn.
Hope And Anchor Inn

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Hope Cove, Kingsbridge, Devon TQ7 3HQ. Tel: 01548 561294
Very popular in summer, but then understandably so with a location overlooking the beach at Hope Cove. The ales are good and home cooked food is served.
Hunters Inn
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Heddons Mouth, Parracombe, Devon EX31 4PY. Tel: 01598 763230
Edwardian Country House set in spectacular part of Exmoor Forest in Exmoor National Park, abundant with Peacocks.
Huntsman Inn
2 High Street, Ide, Devon EX2 9RN. Tel: 01392 72779
Unspoilt Country pub just off the A30 West of Exeter.
Imperial Inn
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28 Western Road, Ivybridge, Devon PL21 9AR. Tel: 01752 892269
Delightful old village pub adorned with window boxes. Large garden with separate children's play area with playground equipment.
Jack In The Green
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, Rockbeare, Devon EX5 2EE. Tel: 01404 822240
Lovely inn beside the old A30 just 5 miles east of Exeter. Beamed, open plan bar and restaurant areas serving an extensive menu with specials boards and a good wine list, complimented by excellent traditional ales.
Journey'S End Inn

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, Ringmore, Devon TQ7 4HL. Tel: 01548 810205
13th Century Free House in the Village of Ringmore which is on the South Devon coast in an area known as the South Hams. Surrounded by thriving market towns and 'Chocolate Box' scenery, the area's lush valleys and wondering rivers are a magnate for those who enjoy outdoor pursuits and urban 'down-shifters' alike.
Lighter Inn
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The Quay, Topsham, Devon EX3 0HZ. Tel: 01392 875439
Historic 17th Century award winning former Customs house set on the quayside of the River Exe but still in the town centre. A warm welcome is is complimented by a wide ranging menu including daily caught fish specialities and a range of speciality cheeses.
Maltsters Arms

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Tuckenhay, Totnes, Devon TQ9 7EH. Tel: 01803 732350
18th century inn once owned by TV chef Keith Floyd the Maltsters has retained its love of great food. Located in South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty overlooking the Harbourne River.
Masons Arms
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, Branscombe, Devon EX12 3DJ. Tel: 01271 680300
If you're looking for a Quality Inn, you won't find many better than this. Mid way between Sidmouth and Seaton, the 14th Century ivy clad Masons Arms is a superb example of old English inn with inglenook fireplace, superb food, great ales and a short walk from the beach. Even the table umbrellas outside are thatched ! Jack Woltynski emailed us to say this was his favourite inn in the whole universe !
Masons Arms Inn

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Knowstone, South Molton, Devon EX36 4RY. Tel: 015396 341231
Wonderful old English 13th Century thatched inn located in a conservation village. Located just off the A361 Tiverton to Barnstaple road and only 4 miles from the edge of Exmoor National Park, the Masons Arms serves great food, good ales. The accommodation is in their nearby Hunting Lodge.
Mildmay Colours Inn
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Holbeton, Plymouth, Devon PL8 1NA. Tel: 01752 830248
Lovely 17th-century village inn, named after a famous jockey, Lord Anthony Mildmay, whose portrait and colours hang in the inn. Dating back to the time of King James 1st in 1671, The Mildmay was a manor house which has had a chequered history. Surrounded by thatched cottages and rolling hills, and close to Mothecombe Beach, the food is excellent as are the cask ales.
Mill On The Exe
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Bonham Road, Exeter, Devon EX4 3AB. Tel: 01392 214464
Excellent quality inn overlooking the River Exe where children under 14 and mobile phones are barred.
Millbrook Inn

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, South Pool, Devon TQ7 2RW. Tel: 01548 531581
Excellent 16th Century village inn adorned with old banknotes and clay pipes. Located in the picture postcard village of South Pool the Inn can be reached by boat from Salcombe and is well worth the effort. Superb food (especially the crab sandwiches) and ales straight from the cask are served in what can be a busy establishment for such a rural location. The rear terrace is hardly big enough to swing a crab round but with ducks floating on the stream it is a very pleasant way to spend a lunchtime.
Navy Inn
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34 Southside Street, Plymouth, Devon PL1 2LE. Tel: 01752 301812
Very friendly inn situated in the Barbican opposite the old Fish Market. The Navy Inn offers a range of good home cooked food and a wide selection of real ales.
New Inn

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High Street, Clovelly, Devon EX39 5TQ. Tel: 01237 431303
17th Century inn located in the very picturesque village of Clovelly. A steep cobbled street runs down to the sea and luggage is pulled via a sledge. Clovelly has been slightly spoilt by a visitor centre at the top of the hill with a huge car park but the village still retains it's charm.
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Coleford, Crediton, Devon EX17 5BZ. Tel: 01548 84242
Lovely 13th Century thatched inn with a good reputation for food and a range of traditional ales.
Nobody Inn

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Doddiscombsleigh, Exeter, Devon EX6 7PS. Tel: 01647 252394
Absolutely superb 16th Century Inn just 6 miles from Exeter and within a short drive from Dartmoor and the Coast. Traditionally brewed beer straight from the cask, local cider, over two hundred whiskies, over seven hundred wines, fine ports and brandies and home-made mulled wine plus superb home cooked food. Named after a former owner who refused to answer the door ! but now you won't find anywhere with a warmer welcome. This is what an English Inn is all about.
Old Inn
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Higher Town, Malborough, Devon TQ7 3RL. Tel: 01548 561320
Excellent old inn located in the middle of Malborough just over a mile from the clifftops overlooking the English Channel. The Old Inn serves well kept cask ales and an excellent wide ranging quality menu.
Passage House Inn

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Ferry Road, Topsham, Exeter, Devon EX3 0JN. Tel: 01392 873653
Homely inn with a nautical theme which overlooks the River Exe and serves good food including fish specials and cask ales.
Peter Tavy Inn

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Peter Tavy, Tavistock, Devon PL19 9NN. Tel: 01822 810348
17th century grade II listed inn serving excellent West Country ales and good food.
Pickwick Inn
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, St. Ann'S Chapel, Devon TQ7 4HQ. Tel: 01548 810241
Grade II listed former chapel formerly known as the Old Chapel Inn and the Hare & Hounds. The Pickwick is a 19th century inn incorporating the remains of a 15th century chapel. Now serving excellent quality Italian food and local ales.
Pigs Nose Inn

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, East Prawle, Devon TQ7 2BY. Tel: 01548 511209
Amazing 16th century ale house serving local beers from the cask, good home cooked food and with a very quirky interior. Located in the spectacular South Hams coastal area of England. Chilled out surfer dude territory but friendly with it!
Pilchard Inn
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Burgh Island, Bigbury-On-Sea, Devon TQ7 4BG. Tel: 01548 810514
Excellent inn dating back to 1336, found in one of England's finest locations. The Pilchard Inn is located on Burgh Island, at low tide a pleasant walk across the sandy beach but at high tide the inn is accessed by sea tractor. Originally a fishing cottage, later used by smugglers the inn is today said to be haunted. Noel Coward and Agatha Christie were also regular visitors to Burgh Island. Basic food is served but served well and the ales are very well kept.
Red Lion

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The Quay, Clovelly, Devon EX39 5TF. Tel: 01237 431237
18th Century inn at the bottom of Clovelly's steep cobbled high street. Superb location overlooking the harbour.
Ring Of Bells Inn

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North Bovey, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ13 8RB. Tel: 01647 440375
13th Century thatched inn located in the heart of Dartmoor set beside a tree-lined green in a remote little village is the perfect place. Excellent food and ale and real farmhouse cider.
Rising Sun Inn

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Harbourside, Lynmouth, Devon EX35 6EQ. Tel: 01257 753223
14th Century Oak panelled thatched inn overlooking the harbour and with a good reputation for food. The poet Shelley is reputed to have spent his honeymoon in one of the bedrooms in the adjoining cottages. Idyllic.
Rock Inn
Rock Hill, Georgeham, Devon EX33 1JW. Tel: 01271 890322
Traditional English country pub with a wide selection of traditional 'pub games'
Rock Inn

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Haytor Vale, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ13 9XP. Tel: 01364 661305
Delightful homely stone inn ideally located for exploring Dartmoor. Good food and local ales.
Rose & Crown

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Market Street, Yealmpton, Devon PL8 2EB. Tel: 01752 880223
Good quality home cooked food and local ales located on the edge of South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.
Royal Oak

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Station Road, South Brent, Devon TQ10 9BE. Tel: 01364 72133
The Royal Oak is a friendly award winning pub situated on the edge of Dartmoor and easily accessed from the A38. The Royal Oak has a good reputation for food and a haven for real ale drinkers. A great place to relax in one of their comfy leather settees before setting out to discover the historic Buckfastleigh or the picture postcard village of Dartington nearby.
Royal Oak Inn

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Meavy, Yelverton, Devon PL20 6PJ. Tel: 01822 852944
Dating back to 1510, the Royal Oak was formerly a brew house from as early as 1102. Owned by Burrator Parish Council and situated within Dartmoor National Park, in an idyllic location next to the village green. Named after the 800 year old village oak tree with seats which are pews from the adjacent church. Good quality food is well prepared from local produce including fish from Plymouth.
Rugglestone Inn

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Widecombe-In-The-Moor, Dartmoor, Devon TQ13 7TF. Tel: 01364 621327
The Rugglestone is a delightful and welcoming small inn serving excellent beer and food. The inn enjoys a secluded position just outside Widecombe, famous for its fair and the Uncle Tom Cobbley and all song and was converted from a farmhouse to a public house in 1832. The Rugglestone has oak beams and roaring log fires in winter
Ship Inn

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, Axmouth, Devon EX12 4AF. Tel: 01297 21838
Lovely village inn serving excellent cask ales and within walking distance of the sea at Seaton. The original inn dating back to the 10th Century was destroyed by fire and its' modern (1880) replacement has been in the same family since 1966.
Ship Inn
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1-3 Martins Lane, Exeter, Devon EX1 1EY. Tel: 01392 272040
16th Century inn with a strong nautical theme, rigging, tackle, knots, a figurehead, maps and ship drawings. The Ship has wood interior and pine furniture complete with beams and stone fireplace and was reputedly Sir Francis Drake's favourite tavern.
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, Noss Mayo, Devon PL8 1EW. Tel: 01752 872387
Excellent inn where you can arrive by boat or car (or on foot) but be careful where you park as the car park is tidal. The ship serves great food and excellent local ales and the walk along tree lined Newton Creek to walk off your over indulgence is simply stunning.
Sloop Inn

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, Bantham, Devon TQ7 3AJ. Tel: 01548 560489
Smashing 17th century grade II listed inn just a short walk to the River Avon, the beach and the surf. Great food and ales in a location that just makes you feel like you're on holiday even if you aren't.
Sportsman'S Inn
Exeter Road, Ivybridge, Devon PL21 0BQ. Tel: 01752 892280
Attractive popular old coaching inn South of Dartmoor with an wide food selection.
Start Bay Inn

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, Torcross, Devon TQ7 2TQ. Tel: 01548 580553
14th Century thatched inn located in a superb setting with only the sea wall seperating the inn from the beach. Cask ales are complimented by an excellent menu with fish specialities including excellent traditonal 'fish & chips'.
Swan Inn
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37 York Street, Sidmouth, Devon EX10 8BY. Tel: 01395 512849
Locals pub serving good wholesome home cooked food at affordable prices. A wide range of cask ales and only 5 minutes walk to the beach.
Swan Inn

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Pillory Hill, Noss Mayo, Devon PL8 1EE. Tel: 01752 873115
Dating back to the 1850's the Swan is perfectly located for observing life bustling about on the quayside of the stunning Noss Mayo.
Swans Nest
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Station Road, Exminster, Devon EX6 8DZ. Tel: 01392 832371
Excellent air conditioned inn serving cask ales at the end of the M5 with lots of space, filled with alcoves and semicircular leather seating. Located close to the old railway station which is now full of antiques and bric a brac.
Tally Ho

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14 Market Street, Hatherleigh, Devon EX20 3JN. Tel: 01837 810306
17th century grade II listed inn serving good home cooked food and excellent ales.
Tavistock Inn

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Poundsgate, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ13 7NY. Tel: 01364 631251
17th century grade II listed stone inn serving home cooked food and local ales.
Thatched Tavern

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Steep Hill, Maidencombe, Devon TQ1 4TS. Tel: 01803 327140
18th century grade II listed picture postcard thatched inn serving excellent locally sourced food and well kept local ales and a short walk to Maidencombe beach.
The Beer Engine

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Newton St Cyres, Exeter, Devon EX5 5AX. Tel: 01392 851282
Excellent brew pub adjacent to Newton St Cyres village railway station where you can view the brewing process before tasting some excellent ales.
The Cleave

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Lustleigh, Bovey Tracey, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ13 9TJ. Tel: 01803 277223
15th Century thatched inn located in a delightful village serving a range of traditional ales and good food
The Fortesque

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Union Street, Salcombe, Devon TQ8 8BZ. Tel: 01548 842868
An excellent pub in the centre of a busy yachting village. Good food and a range of beers. The pub can get very busy in the summer.
The Globe

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Fore Street, Topsham, Devon EX3 0HR. Tel: 01392 873471
Delightfully unspoilt 16th Century grade II listed coaching inn with oak panelled walls. Popular with locals, the Elizabethan restaurant has a fine reputation for food and cask ales.
The Heathfield
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Walnut Road, Honiton, Devon EX14 8UG. Tel: 01404 45321
16th Century thatched Longhouse with a great reputation for food, less than 10 miles from the South West Coastal Path.
The Linny

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Coffinswell, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 4SR. Tel: 01803 873192
14th-century thatched cob walled inn in secluded village. Many small eating areas plus The Hayloft Resturant. A mile or so off the A380 Newton Abbot-Torquay road, turn off at Aller and keep your elbows in (narrow lane) !
Thurlestone Inn

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Thurlestone, Nr. Kingsbridge, Devon TQ7 3NN. Tel: 01548 560382
Don't be fooled by the quaint village inn which appears before your eyes when approaching from the North, the Thurlestone Inn is attached to a huge hotel. However, the location is splendid and this 16th Century free house provides good service, well-kept ales and freshly prepared food.
Tower Inn

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, Slapton, Devon TQ7 2PN. Tel: 01548 580216
Wonderful little inn dating back to 1347 in the lovely village of Slapton in Start Bay. The Tower inn was originally the cottages of the workers who built the monastic collegiate which casts its' shadow over the inn. Stone walls and low ceilings give the Tower Inn a homely atmosphere and pictures on the wall of the bar of a couple of Sir Winston Churchill's classic quotes will bring a smile to your face. Excellent quality food along with a good wine list and a range of well kept cask ales. Parking is limited but then the village is worth walking through anyway and the destination well worth it.
Tradesman'S Arms

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, Stokenham, Devon TQ7 2SZ. Tel: 01548 580313
Part thatched 17th century grade II listed inn located just off the A379 and a couple of miles from Slapton Sands. Great food particularly the local crab sandwiches.
Tuckers Arms
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Dalwood, Axminster, Devon EX13 7EG. Tel: 01872 881342
If tourists using the A35 between Honiton and Axminster knew the Tuckers existed less than a mile from the main road - the nearby Little Chef wouldn't do any business. Skittle alley, flagstone floors and inglenook fireplace all set in a thatched inn serving real ales and excellent food.
Turtley Corn Mill

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Avonwick, South Brent, Devon TQ10 9ES. Tel: 01364 646100
Former corn mill with its own lake, streams and water wheel. The Turtley serves excellent food and local ales and you may even find the odd peacock strolling around you.
Victoria Inn

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Fore Street, Salcombe, Devon TQ8 8BU. Tel: 01548 842604
Excellent 18th century grade II listed inn right in the heart of the wonderful South Hams village of Salcombe. The Vic serves great food and well kept local ales.
Waterman'S Arms

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Bow Bridge, Ashprington, Devon TQ9 7EG. Tel: 01803 732214
Superb inn located in a delightful part of England. Tucked away at the head of Bow Creek which flows into the River Dart. Well worth finding for good food and cask ales served in a warm and woody low ceilinged restaurant in a very peaceful setting. Ducks and kingfishers can be seen around the adjacent creek but if you stay at the Waterman's you may get to see the resident ghost !
White Hart

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Dartington Hall, Totnes, Devon TQ9 6EL. Tel: 01803 847147
The White Hart is part of the magnificent grade I listed medieval mansion Dartington Hall, built in 1388. Good food and real ales are available with accommodation in the hall itself.
Wild Goose

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Combeinteignhead, Newton Abbot, Devon TQ12 4RA. Tel: 01626 872241
Delightful 17th Century Inn serving excellent food and local ales.
Yarcombe Inn
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Yarcombe, Honiton, Devon EX14 9BD. Tel: 01432 861676
Thatched inn dating back to the 9th Century when it was a monastery. The Yarcombe Inn gets a mention in the Domesday Book and was owned by Sir Francis Drake in 1582. Located close to the Somerset border on the old A30 London to Land's End road, the inn is fairly basic inside but serves cask ales and pub grub. There is also a shove ha'penny board.