The famous Tom Cobley Tavern in the Devon village of Spreyton is rejoicing with a runner-up award in the South West CAMRA Regional Pub of the Year category. Gareth Macdonald, regional director of CAMRA, was on hand to present the award to landlord Roger Cudlip. The Tom Cobley Tavern is a traditional and welcoming 16th Century pub, and is the hub of local village life in Spreyton. You'll find Dragon's Breath and Three Hares from Dartmoor Brewery on tap, alongside a range of other fine real ales and ciders, mainly from within a 30 mile radius. The menu features a great selection of homemade dishes, and an award-winning Sunday lunch. You'll definitely want to stay the night in the beautiful part of rural Devon, and the Tom Cobley offers five comfortable rooms. Visit the Tom Cobley Tavern website, for a taste of their fine hospitality!
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