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The Who'd Have Thought It Inn in Milton Combe near Yelverton, is a cosy Devon Free-hold pub within Dartmoor National Park with 2 Bed and Breakfast rooms REFURBISHED in February 2018. We take great pride in serving fresh seasonal food, regularly changing real ales and quaffable wines in a picture post card setting, a stones throw from the National Trusts Buckland Abbey. We welcome dogs and offer the perfect place to relax in the garden to the sound of the babbling brook or warm your cockles by the log fires in the colder months. Ensuring you have a good night's sleep is our priority in our B&B rooms and we have invested in comfortable mattresses, cozy duvets and the finest crisp white 400 thread count Egyptian cotton bed linen. We have one 6ft Super King size bed and one 5ft King Size bed, both rooms are ensuite, have tea and coffee making facilities, complimentary toiletries, hairdyers and free wifi.
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Stayed in the village literally 200 yards away from this gorgeous Inn. Roaring log fire and lovely cosy feeling where the locals are really welcoming as are the wonderful hosts Olivia (Front of House) and Darren (Chef) - very friendly and nothing is too much...More
Superb ... in a word ... make the effort and visit .
For starters we had
Him- Chicken satay... looked really rick and a nice portion ... he loved it!
I had Grilled mackerel with cucumber, wasabi, Japanese radish , avocado and ponzu -- absolutely...More
I came to visit sometime over the summer and have been meaning to leave a review for sometime now. I was warmly welcomed by all of the staff upon my arrival, particularly the General Manager (Olivia), who I can truly say is just wonderful. Her...More
I can not sing the praises of this wonderful wonderful pub enough. Fantastic exciting, well-cooked food; from pub classics to those with more daring tastes- there's something for everyone.
The staff are warm, welcoming, and experienced. The booze is wide-ranging, and of course, delicious, and...More
I visited this inn in the summer with friends for a night and it was an absolutely fantastic experience! Beautiful location with nice walks around and the pub itself is beautiful! 16th century, all wonderful nooks and crannies and with a real atmosphere. The story...More