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The White Thorn Inn

Traditional6.4 miles PL7 5HA

The White Thorn sits at the heart of Shaugh Prior village on the south west of Dartmoor and services the needs of hikers, visitors and locals alike. A traditional and recently refurbished pub, it has so much to offer: great parking, a pirate ship play area for kids, two cute goats and, of course, live music.
Visiting on St ...

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The Cardinals Hatt

Bar-Restaurant6.4 miles Callington Road Hatt PL12 6PJ

Just a stone’s throw from Saltash – a small market town often referred to as the gateway to Cornwall – The Cardinals Hatt occupies a convenient location near the border of Devon. Hidden inside this charming hotel, you’ll discover a tastefully decorated restaurant and bar, a private dining space and multiple function suites...

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Little Fox Hotel

Bar-Restaurant6.7 miles Crafthole PL11 3BD

Set in a beautiful 14th-century farmhouse on an eight-acre estate, Little Fox Hotel is just a short walk from the South West Coastal Path, four miles from HMS Raleigh and four miles from Port Eliot estate, all popular Cornwall destinations.
Boutique bedrooms with countryside views and contemporary decor make this the perfec...

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The Liscawn Hotel

Modern British6.7 miles Crafthole PL11 3BD

As you wind down the tree-lined driveway to The Liscawn Hotel and the countryside opens out before you, you’ll know that you’ve ventured from the beaten track for a real treat. Whether you’re meandering along from the coastal path or trekking from further afield you’ll be welcomed with open arms.
We got comfortable o...

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Rose & Crown

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.7 miles Market Street PL8 2EB

Unassumingly situated on Plymouth's Market Street, the Rose & Crown's top-notch cuisine and elegance, owing to the tasteful interiors created during careful refurbishment, means it has a reputation that's hard to ignore. Having exceeded expectations since 2009, current owner Simon Warner has established himself as a forerunner i...

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The Seafood Restaurant

Seafood6.7 miles Market Street PL8 2EB

This award-winning restaurant in the centre of Yealmpton brings a touch of the harbour to the village. It is decorated to a high standard, with some stunning sea-themed artworks. Roped decking leads you into the cool, whitewashed, timber-lined restaurant with its nautical feel. Manager Simon Warner and chef Daniel Gilla...

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The Who'd Have Thought It

Gastropub, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants6.8 miles Milton Combe PL20 6HP

On the edge of beautiful Dartmoor, The Who’d Have Thought It Inn is the picture of a community pub, but also a perfect destination for a weekend of getting away from it all. This 16th-century inn is close to some of the UK’s prettiest walking terrain, as well as attractions like Coombe Fisheries and historic Nat...

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The Notter Bridge Inn

Modern British6.9 miles Notter PL12 4RW

The Notter Bridge Inn is a perfect country retreat on the edge of the River Lynher. Situated only 20 minutes from Plymouth, just off the A38, the inn is easy to get to - yet once you're there the bustle of city life seems a million miles away. Adding to the idyllic feel of this charming eatery, it even has its very own animal park c...

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The Bullers Arms

Traditional7.3 miles 1 The Square PL12 5DY

A warm welcome awaits at this traditional community pub in Landrake. Within easy reach of Saltash, The Bullers Arms is a great choice for a cosy evening spent sipping drinks from a wide selection and tucking into classic pub grub, including lasagne, fish and chips and fantastic Sunday lunches. The roasts comprise a choice of tende...

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The Royal Oak Inn

Traditional, Pubs and Bars with Restaurants8.5 miles Meavy PL20 6PJ

As you approach this fine Dartmoor inn, situated on the village green at Meavy, you'll take in verdant surroundings and a prominent split oak tree some 800 years old. Julie and Stephen Earp stand proudly at the helm of this characterful, Parishowned 15th-Century establishment, located beside Burrator Reservoir, and offer tasty fare ...

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The Weary Friar

Traditional9 miles Pillaton PL12 6QS

One of the oldest inns in the country, The Weary Friar is tucked amongst the winding lanes of the Cornish village of Pillaton. Just 15 minutes from the Tamar Bridge, The Weary Friar is perfectly located for those venturing further into Cornwall, or heading towards Plymouth and West Devon. Originally, the inn housed the builders of...

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The Dartmoor Union Restaurant & Bar

Modern European, British9 miles Fore Street PL8 1NE

The Dartmoor Union, set in the beautiful Devonshire countryside, boasts an impressive list of accomplishments including an AA rosette and, according to the Good Pub Guide 2006, is Dining Pub of the Year. It boasts a beautiful terraced garden, which is open throughout the summer for drinks or alfresco dining. Managed by Antho...

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The Old School Guest House

Modern British9.6 miles Whitchurch Road Horrabridge PL20 7TT

Located in Dartmoor National Park in the pretty village of Horrabridge, close to Tavistock, Plymouth and East Cornwall’s Tamar Valley, this converted Victorian school provides guests with a warm welcome and great food. Their Leiths-trained chef offers delicious homemade bread and jams, home-cured bacon and lo...

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Plantation House Hotel and Restaurant

Fine Dining9.9 miles Totnes Road, Ermington PL21 9NS

On the very doorstep of soothing country walks and rugged coastal paths, our journey's end came in the form of a crackling log fire and the very warmest of welcomes from this much loved hotel's new proprietors. There is a rather special feel of tranquillity here, blended with an easy sophistication; the views across the river Erme ...

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Blue Plate Bar, Seafood & Grill Restaurant

Modern British10 miles Main Road PL11 3LD

Blue Plate is located in the seaside village of Downderry near to Looe and Rame Head peninsula. The sun terrace leads directly into the Continental-style deli café and is the perfect place to dine al fresco and watch the world go by for lunch or early supper. Enjoy a local coffee with homemade bakery treats such as lemon, apricot...

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