We are a friendly traditional Devonshire Pub, on the Newton Abbot to Totnes Road, with stunning views of the moor from our Courtyard Garden.
The Pub dates back to 1702, formerly a farmhouse it was then licensed in 1703. It is still sympathetic to its authentic heritage, has a wooden floor, oak beams and a cosy log fire! We serve our real ales straight from the casks behind the bar. Our restaurant is set out very traditionally with large fireplaces and log burners. A large collection of shiny brasses and original ornaments can be found amongst the open stone walling, shelves and many nooks around the pub. All this contributes to the warm and cosy ‘olde worlde’ atmosphere where you can while away an afternoon next to a crackling fire.
Our restaurant is on two levels. The rear section formerly a barn, was converted in the early 1990’s.
Sympathetically decorated in keeping with the lower section. The barn section can accommodate larger party’s to a maximum of 25.
We serve fresh homemade food, made by our in-house Chefs and the menu ranges from Steak and Kidney Suet Pudding (for which we are famous), to Steaks and Seafood Pancakes. Our daily Specials often include freshly caught dishes, such as Seabass and Whole Baked Mackerel. We can also accommodate those with a smaller appetite.
We have a large car park at the rear of the building and once parked you walk through our lovely Courtyard Garden to enter the Pub.
01. Santana White, Spain Clean and fresh on the nose with herbaceous and herbal characteristics blending with citrus fruits. The palate is fresh and zappy in a dry, easy drinking style. (1) Bottle £14.50
02. Sauvignon Blanc, Alta Baliza, Central Valley, Chile Refreshing, young wine showing a green yellow colour. The aromas are fresh with hints of grass and citrus fruit. On the palate, balanced acidity, light body and lingering finish. (1) Bottle £16.25
03. Garganega-Pinot Grigio, Tanti Petali, Botter, Veneto, Italy Light and leafy with a hint of pear and blossom. An easygoing match for almost anything. (2) Bottle £16.25
04. Chardonnay, Billycan, South East Australia Australia has moved away from heavy, oaky, simple white wines and this Chardonnay shows their new improved style. Light and fresh with crisp green apple character. (2) Bottle £16.25
05. Pinot Grigio Rosato, Tanti Petali, Botter, Italy Very light and refreshing with a delicate pear-drop fruit. Absolutely bright and fresh, terrifically easy to drink. (1) Bottle £16.25
06. Zinfandel Blush, Island Fox, Puglia, Italy This is Italy’s take on the ever-popular sweet Zinfandel rosé that California does so well! It is sweet and juicy with fruit salad flavours, a lighter body and lower alcohol. (4) Bottle £16.25
07. Santana Red, Spain Like a young Rioja this wine has raspberries, cherries and spice aromas, well integrated tannins with just a hint of liquorice to taste. (B) Bottle £14.50
08. Shiraz, Billycan, South East Australia Here’s a juicy fruity Aussie red with balanced alcohol to give a deliciously easy drinking Shiraz. It’s time to rediscover just how good the wines from Down Under are tasting. (B) Bottle £16.25
09. Merlot Reserva, Villa Rosaura, Central Valley, Chile A deep violet red wine with mature red fruit aromas of plum combined with spiced notes. On the palate, rich, velvety tannins, a medium body and a lasting finish. (C) Bottle £16.25
10. Cabernet Sauvignon, Rue des Amis, Languedoc, France Dark ruby red with a powerful bouquet of ripe fruit with hints of herbs and spice. Firm and round to taste with structured length. (C) Bottle £16.25
Sparkling Wine & Champagne
11. Prosecco Spumante, Tenuta Ca’Bolani, Italy Pale straw-yellow and a fine, clear mousse with delicate bubbles. Exuberantly fruity, aromatic, with appley notes. Well-balanced and easy-drinking with delicate hints of almond. (1) Bottle £21.95 | 20cl £6.25
12. Ponsard Brut, Champagne, France Champagne Ponsard is a sous label from the renowned de Castellane in Epernay, which is owned by the Laurent-Perrier group. It has a delicious full yeasty aroma from the Chardonnay and Pinot Noir grapes. (1) Bottle £35.00
Mon to Thurs: 11am – 11pm
Fri & Sat: 8:30am - 11pm
Sun: 12.00 - 10.30pm
Mon to Thurs: 12.00 – 2.30pm and then 6pm – 9pm
Fri to Sat: 8.30am – 2.30pm and then 6pm – 9pm
Sun: 12.00 – 3pm and then 6pm – 8.30pm