A beautiful 180 year old character Pub with a warm welcome to all. We have a lovely selection of Ales, great food and are children dog friendly too.
Real Ales, Great Food and Good Cheer at The Village Inn
The 16th Century Village Inn, complete with beams salvaged from Spanish Armada ships wrecked on the nearby coast, is a popular free house owned by the Grose family for more than a century and is where they first offered hospitality to visitors.
Refurbished in 2014, it incorporates stylish modern décor with traditional influences and whether sat outside in the sunshine or inside by the cosy log burner it is a relaxed venue to enjoy a real ale or glass of wine and something to eat.
With bags of character and delicious gastropub fare, The Village Inn is everything you could hope for in one of Devon’s classic traditional pubs, along with an added charm of its own. After all, it’s not every day you enjoy a pint beneath the beams of wrecked Spanish Armada ships, or savour chef’s favourites along with a perfectly conditioned pint of craft beer.
Scott Woodall and his faithful crew make The Village Inn an essential stop for everyone from new guests to old locals. Passing walkers also seem to have a magnetic attraction to its charms. From summer afternoons outside, to cosy winter evenings by the fire, there is always something to look forward to, with a signature menu and welcoming ambiance. Dogs and children are very welcome.