This traditional treasure lies directly along the Two Moors Way walking route and is very popular with both walkers and cyclists enjoying the unspoilt Devon countryside. The pub seamlessly blends tradition with country comfort to create a welcoming atmosphere. Long-standing staff welcome visitors and locals in the cosy bar to relax and imbibe. Well-behaved dogs are welcome too, whether you’re stopping off for a drink or staying over to explore the beauty of the surrounding area. The inn is filled with interesting artefacts – 180-year-old church pews adorn the bar and a baby grand piano sits in the snug, waiting for talented players to fill the area with music. Cast your eye over the ever-changing menu of home-cooked fare. Highlights include Creedy Carver chicken and duck, free-range Wessex pork, Exmoor beef, steaks and wild red venison. Weekly fresh fish dishes and homemade vegetarian and vegan options are also available. Visitors often exclaim, ‘I wish our local was like this’.