We're off to a particularly lovely part of South Devon for our latest Pub of the Week - the Wild Goose Inn, Combeinteignhead.
This pretty country inn is at the heart of the village, and as a family-owned pub it offers a great line-up of real ales on tap, and a modern British outlook on food.
Look out for our Jail Ale and Legend on the bar, perhaps best enjoyed in the leafy garden on a warm Summer's day, or in front of the welcoming open fire when it turns chilly.
You're bound to be tempted by the menus, which show the creative flair of...
We're back in the heart of Dartmoor for a spotlight on our latest Pub of the Week - The Horse, in the bustling and picturesque moorland town of Moretonhampstead.
You'll find The Horse right in the centre of town, and it makes a perfect refuelling stop on a day out on the moors, with high moorland, rugged tors and the stunning Teign Valley all close by.
The Horse has a real sense of style to it - full of contemporary design touches, yet still showing off the historic features of this lovely old building. A rustic bar, squashy leather sofas, a roaring fire when it's...
Perfectly situated between coast and country, meet our Pub of the Week, the Fortescue Arms.
This very picture-postcard country pub can be found in the heart of the charming Devon village of East Allington. It’s a little off the beaten track (and all the better for it!), but very easy to get to, situated between the bustling market town of Totnes, and some of South Devon’s coastal beauty spots including Salcombe, Start Point and Slapton.
This traditional Devon hostelry dates back to the 19th century, and bears the name of the local landowner. As you step through the front door, you’ll find all...
You’ll find the Avon Inn in the tiny Devon village of Avonwick, where the rugged scenery of Dartmoor gives way to the soft but stunning landscapes of the South Hams. A traditional country pub, but not too far off the beaten track.
It’s a lovely pub, whatever the time of year. A wood-burning stove for fireside chats in the winter, and a big garden for al-fresco lunching in the summer.
Just behind the pub flows the River Avon, as it makes its journey from the Avon reservoir on Dartmoor, to the South Devon seaside at Bigbury on Sea.
You’ll find our Jail Ale...
The village of Wembury, just east of Plymouth, is well known for its scenic countryside, coastal walks, rock-pooling beach – and proper village pub. And so we introduce the Odd Wheel, our Pub of the Week.
The Odd Wheel, Wembury, was transformed with a complete refurbishment prior to opening under the current management in 2010. The result is a pub which still has all the charm and character of a cozy country inn, but with a contemporary and welcoming décor.
It’s a friendly place, popular with locals but also very welcoming to visitors (of which there are many, particularly in the warmer months...
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