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Long-established village community inn, full of old world charm. The wood-beamed single bar is warm and cosy with alcoves and open fires, and is adorned with brasses and other bric-à-brac; one end, in a distinctly separate area, houses the pool table. Home-cooked good quality meals are served in the bar or in a separate dining area at busy times; it is popular and worth calling ahead if you wish to eat. The kitchen operates 1200-1400 and 1800-2100 (2000 Sun), but no food Mondays. The single guest beer, often changed, is usually from a local or Devon brewery such as Rebel or Bay's. The pub is the centre of village life, and is worth the effort of finding it. Quiz night the last Wed of the month, except December.