One of the loveliest pubs ive ever been to, authentic and cosy. Great roast dinner. Good location for a stop off on a walk for a pint or food, walking distance from Snapdown caravan site which i also love. Top notch!
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We stayed locally and went to the Exeter Inn for lunch on a Saturday as we were told their Sunday lunch was very good and large, we booked a table. Saturday lunch was ok with sandwich with a small portion of fries £8.50, Scampi &...More
Sadly tripadvisor do average then very good. This pub, for us was better than average but I couldn't say it was very good. We did eat here two nights trying the chicken curry (average, didn't tasteike an authentic Indian curry) and other dishes. The deserts...More
9 of us went for our evening meal while on holiday nearby. Between us we had the Chicken breast with bacon and cheese, rump steak, steak and kidney pudding and the Gammon. Absolutely everything was fantastic. The only thing that let it down were the...More
Four of us arrived Friday 14th April, stayed across the road in the Church Chappel, so popped over for our evening meal. Two of us had the fish and chips, one had the 10oz gammon and the other curry of the day. The staff were...More
Four of us booked a light lunch at the pub. Soup was great, pasty fine and the paninis were lovely, but far too many chips!! Lovely, friendly atmosphere. When we are next in the area we will return.
We stayed in one of the holiday cottages. The overall standard of accommodation is tired and basic, we could have coped with that but the cleanliness was poor. The reaction of the owner to any problems we pointed out was to deny that there was...More
It was a really lovely day about three weeks ago that we arrived at a near deserted Exeter Inn in this lovely part of North Devon. We sat in the sunshine with a drink while we waited for our lunch. We ordered sirloin steak and...More