For a cracking example of a great Devon pub, head for the historic Drewe Arms in the Devon village of Broadhembury.
This picture-postcard-perfect pub can be found on the edge of the oustandingly beautiful Blackdown Hills in rural East Devon. It goes without saying that this is great walking country, and the Drewe Arms makes a great spot for a little well-earned refreshment, sustenance and hearty cheer after a day out in the country.
The happy team at the Drewe Arms welcomes locals and visitors equally warmly - like old friends! This ancient medieval building houses a warm and tastful interior, complete with antique beams and sisal flooring for that true "Country Inn" feel.
You'll find some great local ales on the bar - and be sure to try a very well presented pint of Dartmoor Best.
There's good food on offer at lunchtimes and in the evenings, as you'd expect from such a fine wayside hostelry. At lunchtimes you'll find hearty sandwiches made with home-made bread, and a good selection of light bites and mains. In the evenings the menu moves up a notch, with restaurant-style dishes at appetising prices, including favourites such as prime rump steak with all the trimmings, tasty venison sausages and beautifully braised lamb shank.
The Drewe Arms
Broadhembury, Honiton, Devon EX14 3NF
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