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All reviews the pub sunday lunch steak and kidney pudding lovely room belly of pork brilliant food good sized portions log fire warm welcome lovely atmosphere lovely village ales devon unchanged caramelized veg barman
We chose to eat out at the Duke of York as we had been once before and, on that occasion, couldn't fault the experience. This evening, however, couldn't have been more different. From the minute we walked in we were treated with what can only...More
A fascinating and historic thatched pub set in a lovely village. We were staying in nearby Winkleigh and this was recommended to us. Friendly, cosy, great food and great local ales - a perfect evening.
We have previously been for meals which were lovely and as it was Winter the log fire was lit, lovely atmosphere and a real old Devon pub,but today we decided to go for Sunday lunch- we will be back ! We had chicken, beef, lamb...More
We called in here for a lunch time snack. As you enter it’s like stepping back into the eighteenth century - just how an English village pub should be. Not surprisingly it has been here for several hundred years and, fortunately doesn’t seem to have...More
We cycled the Tarka Trail and then stayed overnight at the pub. We booked in advance and were made very welcome. Bikes were safely stored for us and our double room was very comfortable with a much needed bath/shower, tea and coffee facilities, little TV...More
We stayed at the duke of York for two nights while visiting friends . The food was piping hot and cooked freshly thisalso applied to the excellent breakfast. It is very old fashioned but so where the staff and the area, warm , polite, friendly...More