Village pubs, with a warm welcome and roaring log fire to sit in front of after an afternoon spent exploring the magic of Dartmoor, are some of the most popular stop off points on and around the moor!
Whether you're a local, or a visitor from afar, you will relish the atmosphere, the glorious, locally sourced and home cooked food, and the many drinks that are produced locally!
Many of the Dartmoor pubs love to entertain their customers during the summer months, with Morris Dancers, barbecues, fairs and shows.
Most pubs have in depth knowledge on where to walk, ride or cycle, as they hear all about it from their customers, so can be very useful sources of information if you are planning an afternoon outing to burn off a hearty lunchtime feast!
Spoil yourself a little, when you’re planning a walk with the dog or the family, make time to visit a Dartmoor pub!
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Whiddon Down, Okehampton
The Post Inn, a traditional 16th century village inn and pub is situated just off the A30 at Whiddon Down, Devon, 20 miles from Exeter and 7 miles from Okehampton.
The Three Crowns Inn sits in the heart of the pretty and vibrant stannary town of Chagford in the heart of Dartmoor in Devon.
The Rugglestone Inn is a unique, unspoilt Dartmoor inn delightfully located in the picturesque village of Widecombe in the Moor.
Bearslake Inn, a real pub with a fine restaurant and splendid accommodation, is situated on the edge of the Dartmoor National Park.
Our restaurant is non smoking and offers an a la carte menu. Bar meals are also available.
The Oxenham Arms Hotel is a truly magnificent Grade II* Listed, 12th Century Luxury Coaching Inn and Hotel, formerly a Monastery nestling right on the edge of Dartmoor in the Dartmoor National Park.
CAMRA, South Devon Pub of the Year 2015 & Runners Up in CAMRA South West Pub of the Year 2015
The Bridford Inn is a family run traditional 17th century pub in the pretty village of Bridford, high in the beautiful Teign Valley.
Situated on the edge of Dartmoor and run by Master Chef Malcolm Whybrow, wife Karen and Mathew Buscombe Michelin trained chef.
The Cromwell Arms is an award winning, family run Country Inn run by tenants Gary and Julie Roberts.
Offering exceptional local produce and menus for lunch and dinner, the Cridford Inn is a dining experience you won't forget. At one of the oldest Inn's in the country, the Cridford offers a real taste of traditional Devon.
Taste farm fresh organic food straight from the fields, imaginatively cooked and generously served. Open for lunch and suppers, farm tours, cookery demonstrations and special events.
At the Rock Inn you will find excellent food, carefully chosen wines, and fine local ales, in a wonderful country setting. Enjoy the unique experience of being able to walk straight from the front door onto the Dartmoor wilderness.
The Royal Oak Inn is a free house situated within the Dartmoor National Park and is a former 15th-century church house Inn, taking its name from the, reputedly, 800 year old oak tree on the adjacent village green.
Welcome to the Globe Inn, situated in the centre of Chagford, overlooking the ancient parish church of St Michael and right in the heart of the Community.