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A friendly welcoming country Pub/Restaurant with a warm atmosphere. Children and pets most welcome. Large parking facilities, walled beer garden. Sunday Carvery and Specials Evenings. Fine Real Ales & home-made food. Excellent walks amongst beautiful scenery in the area.
US$7 - US$16
Lunch, Dinner, After-hours, Drinks
Bar, British, Pub
Outdoor Seating, Seating, Television, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar
went for drinks and a meal, family had different meals, all were well cooked and presented well, staff were helpful and friendly, beer was good, mind the beams as they are low, signs are there but still managed to bump my head. overall a good...More
Avoid if possible, I don’t think I have ever been to a pub where the staff are so disengaged and miserable. A few local drinkers sit inside near the bar and it actually feels that you are a nuisance when you get to the bar....More
We called here for lunch whilst spending time in Ilfracombe, very good food, nicely presented, opted for salads, one chicken and one seafood, both were excellent and freshly prepared. Nice traditional old pub, well worth a visit.
We visited over the bank holiday weekend and stopped here for lunch. We sat in the garden which is real sun trap. The food was very good and was served by a friendly young girl. Well recommended if you are in the area.
We ate and drank here a couple of times and was never disappointed. Gets a lot of people in at night time and quite loud but it's a really great atmosphere. The staff are very welcoming and always asked if we were enjoying our stay.
My partner and I popped in for a spot of lunch,whilst on a long weekend away. What a lovely little find. We both had lasagne, which was accompanied with chips and salad. It was full of flavour, of a good portion size and great value...More
We must have visited on a bad day because this Pub was instantly forgettable this week. I did a recce to see if we could get a tea meal and my husband a pint. Supposed to be a holiday and hospitality region, no atmosphere and...More
Once again we had our annual lads and dads weekend away. Ilfracombe was chosen again, on the Friday we had a few in the Prince and then went to another pub nearer the harbour ( the one with the view) at half ten they closed...More