Arriving in Topsham amidst some of the worst weather in decades did not bode well for the rest of the weekend. The Inn is easily found though parking is not so. The car park is accessed from Fore street through a very narrow arch that bares the scars of previous encounters. Once in, it's clear that there must be somewher else to park. After a (potentially very expensive) foray to the Swimming Pool car park, we decamped to reception to book in and enquire. Sure enough, rather than the £8 or so at the aforementioned, we were redirected to a much heaper and (as it turened out) much closer one in the back streets. Just ask. The staff are more than just helpful.
The rooms were lovely, well sized and furnished and the bathrooms excellent. Though we did not eat dinner there, the menu looks lovely and the diners we did see were enjoying good helpings of what looked like very good food.
The bar, we did use and lovely it was too. Good St Austell beer and excellent service.
A good nights sleep in a large comfortable bed prepared us for a wonderful cooked breakfast which set us up for the 200 plus mile journey back to Bedfordshire.
Staff were excellent and very knowledgeable about other places in the village.
.... The Mighty Saints beat Exeter in the last three minutes so....More