The Rising Sun

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Rising Sun – public house in Umberleigh, Devon, EX37 9DU

A fantastic pub with superb meals and top beer. Fishing on the River Taw, Salmon, Sea & Brown Trout (1st March - 30th September) Tackle hire available. Spinner March & April. Fly 1st April - September. (5.1 miles)

The Old George Inn

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The Old George Inn – High Bickington, Nr Umberleigh, N Devon EX37 9AY (2 miles)

The Globe Inn

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 We are a traditional Devon Inn situated in the heart of Sampford Peverell, near Tiverton, backing on to the Grand Western Canal. The Canal dates back to 1814 and was declared a Country Park in 1971 and a Local Nature Reserve in 2005 (www.tivertoncanal.co.uk).   EX16 7BJ 

Hunters Inn

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 HUNTER’S INN, EXMOOR .Situated in the rolling hills of the beautiful Exmoor National Park, Hunter's Inn is bursting with heritage and character. Our traditional country inn boasts top quality bed & breakfast accommodation, traditional home cooked dining in our Exmoor Restaurant & Bar, as well as 4 acres of enchanting gardens and countryside walks for you to explore. With 2 licensed ceremony rooms and close to a number of traditional churches, you’ll be hard beat to find a more idyllic and perfectly situated venue for holding your dream country wedding. EX31 4PY 

The New Inn at Roborough

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The New Inn is a quaint 16th century destination pub in the picturesque village of Roborough. 

We specialise in good food, where head chef and owner James changes the menu each month, sources produce from local farms and suppliers and where possible the team make everything in house. 

Our real ale is accredited by CAMRA and we have also been crowned CAMRA North DevonCider pub of the Year two years in a row.  EX19 8SY  

The Stags Head

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 This delightful 16th Century lakeside thatched inn nestles in a valley set in the beautiful Fortescue Estate amidst rolling fields and lush woodland, not far from the stately home Castle Hill. Although secluded, the pub is within easy reach of Barnstaple, South Molton, Exmoor and the coast.  EX32 0RN 

The Grove Inn

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 The Grove Inn - Kings Nympton, North Devon EX37 9ST

Since early 2003 we've been offering locals & visitors a real taste of Devon.

If you just fancy relaxing with a drink alone, or with friends, we offer a great range of real ales from some of the best breweries in the west country, real Devon ciders, an extensive list of quality wines & Champagne by the glass & a collection of 65 single malts from around the world.
We're proud to have been listed in the CAMRA Good Beer Guide since 2008 &thrilled to be the North Devon ‘Branch Pub of the Year’ 2016!
T: 01769 580 406  

The Bell Inn

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The Bell Inn - Chittlehampton, Devon EX37 9QL

The pub has been with the same family since 1975 when David and Susan Reed purchased the Bell Inn after running the Bridge at Dulverton as tenants. The Bell was leased out for a short period before David and Susan's middle daughter Lynn and her husband Mark came to run the pub in September 1988. They have successfully built the business and improved the pub.(7 miles)

The Portsmouth Arms

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 Portsmouth Arms – public house/ Railway Station, Burrington, Umberleigh EX37 9ND. Portsmouth Arms railway station is a small wayside station on the Tarka Line 28 miles (45 km) north of Exeter St. David's station and served by trains running between Exeter and Barnstaple (1.5 miles)