Old pub on the river Tamar by the bridge at Horsebridge. Outside tables, historic original public bar that fortunately hasn't been 'pimped up'. Real ale, real cider, interesting landlord. Well worth a visit, see photos.
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We stumbled across this hotel just by word of mouth. And aren't we glad we did. It's down those narrow country lanes in a seemingly quiet area, but where do all these people come from? Book, don't just arrive! Very good food and a convivial...More
Ate here every night (again) on our recent visit to Beera Farm. We just love this place and everything about it - location, architecture and furnishings, staff, food and drink! It is like coming home. Once again, the scallops (which I lived on for three...More
Went to our local pub The Royal Inn last night for a fathers day meal. We all had a great meal. I had the Hake fillet with crushed potatoes and a lovely medley of vegetables which included marsh samphire it was excellent, my husband had...More
We came here as we're staying up the road and recommended it by our yurt owner. We are from London and had been to the highly 'Meat Liquor' the week preceding. This place trumps that one ten times over. We had the venison steak and...More
I had a saturday dinner and then a sunday lunch here. It was unbelievable. The food was great, the situation was idyllic and the landlord and his family were the most obliging friendly, kind and easy going people that you could ever hope to find....More
On a wonderfully warm Autumn day turned up for lunch & sat on the upper deck outside - one of our party needed a sun hat! Access to tables was for disabled me hindered by overgrown bushes encroaching onto the path. We chose mains of...More