Bustling, friendly local with a fine choice of real ales, local ciders and simple food
The good pub guide review
With up to 11 ales on offer at any time, this popular, easy-going pub is a beer-lover's dream. It's an unpretentious village local with a cheery mix of customers in three old-fashioned rooms; there are communal tables, roaring log fires and a homely feel underlined by a profusion of books, maps and newspapers. Tapped from the cask, three regular beers ' Hop Back Crop Circle, Otter Bright and Teignworthy Reel Ale ' sit alongside six to eight guest beers and four farm ciders, a dozen malt whiskies and several wines by the glass; board games. Tables and chairs are set outside on the lawn. There's a self-catering cottage for hire.
The good pub guide food review
Simple, fair priced food includes sandwiches, feta and sun-dried tomato tart, faggots with mash and onion gravy, Somerset baked goats cheese with toast and red onion jam, pork steak with scrumpy sauce and mash, chicken caesar salad, vegetable tagine, fish casserole, and chilli beef.