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Dartmoor Pubs

Finding a good pub on Dartmoor is like shooting fish in a barrel –easy! The finest beer and food can be found all over Dartmoor, the choice just seems endless. The welcome you receive in a Dartmoor Pub takes you back to the old days; many of the Dartmoor Inns haven’t changed in decades, still serving beer from barrels behind the bar in jugs. Yes the standard of the Pub food has gone through the roof but it’s the old fashioned atmosphere in a traditional Dartmoor Inn that does it for me. Its something that makes the real ale taste its best, drinking, listening to local musicians and having a pint with the locals, magic! Pub life on Dartmoor still exists, in fact it's a thriving pub culture on Dartmoor. Beer and ales still flow and many pubs are proud to serve Beer, ale wine and cider only produced in Devon. Have a long walk and find a pub to blow the froth off a pint.

Do you think we are missing any of the good ones off our list? If so please email us on info@exclusivelydartmoor.co.uk and we will investigate your suggestion.

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The Ring of Bells Inn - North Bovey - Dartmoor - Devon
The Ring of Bells Inn - North Bovey - Dartmoor - Devon
Welcome to the Ring of Bells Inn, North Bovey. An early, thatched Dartmoor Inn, the Ring of Bells has many period features including a 15th century arched door frame, heavy oak doors, low...
Church House Inn - Holne - Dartmoor - South Devon
Church House Inn - Holne - Dartmoor - South Devon
Church House Inn, a feast of ambience and conviviality From the moment you enter you feel the friendly atmosphere.  It might be the winter log fires beside the big sofa.  It could be the...
The Forest Inn - Hexworthy -Dartmoor
The Forest Inn - Hexworthy -Dartmoor
A country inn situated in the heart of Dartmoor National Park and has an atmosphere from a more relaxed era. The Forest Inn offers accommodation in a quiet rural location, having seven en-suite...
Northmore Arms - Throwleigh - Dartmoor - Devon
Northmore Arms - Throwleigh - Dartmoor - Devon
The Northmore Arms is an unspoilt  traditional Dartmoor country Pub, complete with plenty of rural charm. The Northmore has Bed and Breakfast Accommodation available in the form of two double...
White Horse - Moretonhampstead - Dartmoor - Devon
White Horse - Moretonhampstead - Dartmoor - Devon
Welcome to The White Horse Inn Behind a rather unprepossessing facade, lies a genuine slice of foodie heaven - included in the Michelin Guide to Eating Out in Pubs 2009. This once almost...
The Mary Tavy Inn - Mary Tavy - Tavistock - Dartmoor - Devon
The Mary Tavy Inn - Mary Tavy - Tavistock - Dartmoor - Devon
The Mary Tavy Inn. We are located on the Western edge of Dartmoor approximately 4 miles from the historic Stannary town of Tavistock With Real Ales, Fine Wines, Spirits and good traditional food...
The Highwayman Inn - Sourton - Dartmoor
The Highwayman Inn - Sourton - Dartmoor
Quoted as being the most unusual pub in Britain, The Highwayman Inn sits surrounded by the luscious and mysterious countryside that is Dartmoor National Park.   An Aladdin's cave of hidden...
The Cleave Inn - Lustleigh - Dartmoor
The Cleave Inn - Lustleigh - Dartmoor
Thatched and dating back to the 15th century, The Cleave sits at the heart of the idyllic village of Lustleigh, in the hills of the Dartmoor National Park. We’re easy to find – just one...
Tradesmans Arms - Scoriton - Dartmoor - Devon
Tradesmans Arms - Scoriton - Dartmoor - Devon
The Tradesmans Arms is a delightful 300 year old slate hung and slate roofed building that once incorporated the village shop. It also served as an ale house for the tin miners who worked on the...
Ring O' Bells - Chagford - Dartmoor - Devon
Ring O' Bells - Chagford - Dartmoor - Devon
Situated in the very centre of Chagford adjacent to the well known emporiums of Webbers and Bowdens , The Ring O’Bells offers good ales, fine wines and excellent home cooked, locally sourced...
Rugglestone Inn - Widecombe - In - The - Moor - Dartmoor
Rugglestone Inn - Widecombe - In - The - Moor - Dartmoor
The Rugglestone Inn is the perfect environment in which to unwind after a long days walk on the surrounding hills, moors and Tors of Dartmoor. with great ales ,an extensive wine list...
Warren House Inn - Postbridge - Dartmoor
Warren House Inn - Postbridge - Dartmoor
A warm welcome awaits at this traditional Inn, with its oak beams and log fires, situated deep in the heart of Dartmoor.   Drive between Princetown and Moretonhampstead and you will...
The Globe Inn - Chagford - Dartmoor - Devon
The Globe Inn - Chagford - Dartmoor - Devon
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.    Formally a coaching inn and...
Tavistock Inn - Poundsgate - Dartmoor
Tavistock Inn - Poundsgate - Dartmoor
For good beer and a selection of fine real ales ,wines, spirits and soft drinks together with some of the best pub food you will find in Dartmoor, with local produce being used when available visit...
The East Dart Hotel - Postbridge - Dartmoor
The East Dart Hotel - Postbridge - Dartmoor
Since taking over The East Dart in June 2010 we, Paul and Rosie Joynson, and our twins, Dominic and Sylvia, are looking forward to providing you with the visit you have always wanted. Care and...
Castle Inn - Lydford - Dartmoor - Devon
Castle Inn - Lydford - Dartmoor - Devon
Steeped in history, crammed with character and charm and offering award-winning dining and real ales, we would like to welcome you to The Castle Inn. Located in an ideal position only 5 miles off...
The Star Inn - Liverton - Dartmoor - Devon
The Star Inn - Liverton - Dartmoor - Devon
We are a local country pub based in the heart of Liverton just on the edge of Dartmoor. We accommodate for the whole family and have a large play area and  plenty of parking. With live music...
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Fine ales and long tales resound around the pubs on Dartmoor as they probably always have done for the last 400 years or so. Standing at the bars of these Dartmoor pubs you will find some of the friendliest local drinkers in England. Unlike many other rural pub cultures Dartmoor people embrace the touring visitor, born out of a long history of involvement with travelling folk to the beautiful Dartmoor countryside. The pub opens a window into the way of life of the people who live and work on Dartmoor, just listening, but maybe being invited to join in the conversations gives an insight to the pace and way of life lost in the majority of England. The tight-nit Dartmoor community often surprises even the familiar, with functions and parties for appreciated people, summer cricket and world renowned fairs being organised by great numbers of people for little self reward. The hub for the generation of ideas usually being the village pub, fine real ales being the oil for the imagination. So enjoy the Dartmoor pub you choose from the highest hill to the lowest valley a warm welcome from all will be offered.   

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