This solid and cosy rural community pub is tucked into the steep northern slopes of the Tamar Valley near the prominent landmark of Kit Hill. Carpeted throughout, the drinking area is simply furnished with wooden tables and chairs. It is warmed in winter by wood-burning stoves set in two stone chimney breasts in what used to be separate bar rooms; one of them boasts a large, rough-hewn slate hearth. Horse brasses and other commonly found pub artefacts decorate the bar. There are two dartboards, and down a couple of steps adjacent to the bar leads to a small restaurant and garden to the rear enjoying spectacular views over Dartmoor and the Tamar Valley; food is available daily with a lunchtime carvery on Sundays. A small room upstairs is suitable for meetings of up to 30 people. Live entertainment appears once a month, on a Saturday. The guest ales are generally from westcountry microbreweries; cider is varied.