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  • The Amberwood Inn - Name: The Amberwood Inn Location: Christchurch The Amberwood is ideally situated just off the A35 at Walkford, nr. Christchurch The Pub is only a short drive away from both the New Forest and the renown Dorset/Hampshire coastline with it's excellent beaches, harbours and views of the Solent and Isle of Wight.
    Gill, John & team offer you a warm welcome in a relaxed, comfortable environment at the former Coach House with it's friendly bar and full table service Restaurant.
    A full range of Badger Real Ales, Lagers, Spirits, Soft Drinks & Beve
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  • Bridge Inn - Name: Bridge Inn Location: Redruth The Bridge Inn is only 1 mile from the A30
    We are only 100yds from the "Portreath" to "Devoran" tram road
    Portreath is only 1 mile away here you will find a beautiful harbour

    The Bridge Inn was a hunting lodge over 200 years ago, there is now a riverside Beer garden, a fine selection of real ales available and good honest home cooked food can be enjoyed.

    Coaches are welcome by prior arrangement.


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  • The Bell Inn - Name: The Bell Inn Location: Launceston The Bell Inn Launceston is now open after a refurbishment and offers real ales and great company. read more
  • The Crows Nest Inn - Name: The Crows Nest Inn Location: Liskeard Situated on the edge of Bodmin Moor near Liskeard lies this delightful old stone walled building dating back to the 17t h century, when the Moorland and the surrounding area was a busy mining centre.

    Ancient relics such as the megalithic tomb called Trethevy Quiot, Bronze Age stone circles and various prehistoric tumult lie within easy reach of the Inn as well as remnants of several old mine workings and engine houses of the bygone mining era.

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  • The Plough Inn - Name: The Plough Inn Location: Looe The Plough, Duloe, a delightful Cornish pub celebrating the finest seasonal produce from the surrounding area. Found in the lovely Cornish village of Duloe, offering a warm and relaxed atmosphere with a passion for simple, honest cuisine, real ales and fine wines. read more
  • The Robartes Arms, Illogan - robartes arms Name: The Robartes Arms, Illogan Location: Redruth The Robartes Arms in Illogan is now open and offering great home cooked food along with Keltek Ales and good company so come and visit us. read more
  • The Anchor Inn - Anhor Inn Hartland Name: The Anchor Inn Location: Bideford The Anchor Inn at Hartland near Bideford is a 16th Century independent establishment that has just been taken over by new owners, Fif and Ann Buckingham. It is currently under refurbishment and will be fully operational in the new year. For now, come and visit our warm, atmospheric bar that serves local real ales alongside a selection of alcoholic and non-alcoholic drinks to suit anyone's taste. read more
  • The Thatched Inn - Name: The Thatched Inn Location: Bideford The Thatched Inn is a traditional historic pub situated just outside of Bideford in the small village of Abbotsham.

    As its name suggest the 15th century stone building has a thatched roof and was originally 3 stone cottages before being converted into a public house. The interior of this ancient inn is equally charming and full of character as many of the buildings original features remain. In the recently refurbished Bar and Restaurants gleaming brass ware hangs from the walls and exposed b
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  • The Lamb Inn - Name: The Lamb Inn Location: Exeter Semi-rural Pub situated in the heart of picturesque Longdown. Serving Fresh Food, Local Beers and Fine Wines.

    Opening Times -

    Monday - Closed
    Tuesday - 6 // 11
    Wednesday // Saturday - 12 // 2:30 - 6 // 11
    Sunday - 12 // 3
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  • The Yarcombe Inn - Name: The Yarcombe Inn Location: Honiton Angharad and Luke Davis-Keogh are soon to have re-awoken this wonderful old coaching inn, once more making it the heart and soul of the village.

    The Yarcombe Inn is set in a beautiful village nestling on the edge of the Blackdown Hills, and dates back almost a thousand years.

    It is said to have once belonged to the monks from Mont Ste Michel in France, and along with the rest of Yarcombe was later owned by Sir Francis Drake after being purchased from the Earl of Leicestershire.

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