What is thought to have been an inn since the 13th century is now a deservedly-popular thatched pub offering real ales and restaurant with rooms. Their food attracts locals and holiday makers alike.
On the food front, you can have lunchtime snacks - such as Ploughman's - in the bar or indulge in dishes from their tempting à la carte menu.
An early summer version listed 'Fresh Local Asparagus with Parmesan & Olive Oil'; 'Fresh Crab with Toasted Brioche, Mixed Leaves & Mayonnaise'; 'Devon Game Terrine with Plum, Cinnamon & Port Chutney' and 'Moules Mariniere with White Wine, Coriander & Fresh Ginger' among the starters - the latter also offered as a main course.
'Half Pound Burger with Melted Parkham Cheddar, Dressed Leaves & Hand-Cut Chips; 'Roulade of Slow-Cooked Belly Pork with Black Pudding, Wilted Spinach, Dauphinoise Potatoes and Apple & Cider Jus; 'Pan-Fried Fillet of Hake with Oven-Dried Plum Tomatoes, Black Olive Tapenade & Cornish New Potatoes' and 'Roasted Rump of Lamb with Dauphinoise, Roasted Garlic & Honey Jus' listed among the mains.
To finish, you might find 'Vanilla Pannacotta, Summer Berry Compote & Ice Cream'; 'Chocolate & Honey Marquise with Bitter Orange Ice Cream'; 'Sticky Toffee Pudding with Butterscotch Sauce' plus their excellent selection of English Artisan Cheeses their to tempt you.
- Food Style: Best Pubs for Food
- Lunch: all week 12.00-15.00; mains about £11 to £19; set L Mon-Fri £14 (2 courses)
- Dinner: all week 18.30-21.00; mains about £11 to £19
- Seats: 50
- Wine: an impressive list has plenty of interesting choice below the £20 mark, and an excellent selection by the glass
- Children's portions: Yes, when possible, plus Children's menu
- Directions: See the map on this page
- Parking: Yes
- Closed: 27th-28th Dec, 1st Jan.
- Rooms available