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Poachers Inn

55 High Street | Ide, Exeter EX2 9RW, England
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02/07/2017 03/07/2017
1 room
  • 1 room
    2 adults
    • 2 adults
      0 children
      • 0 children
        Traveller (11)
        Room & Suite (5)
        Dining (1)
        • Excellent29%
        • Very good39%
        • Average7%
        • Poor14%
        • Terrible11%
        9 Apr 2016
        “Traditional Local”
        27 Dec 2015
        “Great beer”
        Free Parking
        Pets Allowed
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        Reviewed 9 April 2016 via mobile

        We were on a three night break in Ide staying at our Daughter-In-Law to be's house. The Poachers Inn was just four doors away and recommended by the D-I-L. We arrived early evening and the place was rammed. However, the welcome and relaxed atmosphere immediately...More

        Thank Brianngog
        Reviewed 27 December 2015 via mobile

        Had a most excellent festive beer in this proper pub. Nothing corporate or plastic here or crappy compilation playing in the background just a smile at the bar,a good beer offering and although didn't eat, what looked like a great food selection.

        Thank james m
        Reviewed 27 March 2015

        This was a bit off the beaten track for me, about eight miles of so north of Dorchester. But it was very comfortable accommodation, set behind a traditional old English pub in a very old village which is named in the Doomsday Book. The food...More

        Thank elmshart
        Reviewed 17 December 2014

        I don't know where to start really so here goes. On a positive note, the breakfast was very good and plenty of it. This inn is in a good location for travelling into Exeter. We stayed for one night at the poachers inn and I...More

        1  Thank Jacqui G
        Reviewed 12 November 2014

        I have family that live in Exeter so I stay at the Poachers with my two dogs when I visit my parents. I love this place, feel at home instantly, I love the olde pub comfy sofas friendly locals and welcoming staff. The food served...More

        Thank VanessaT871
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        • Restaurant
        • Bar/Lounge
        • Free Parking
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        • Restaurant
        • Bar/Lounge
        • Number of rooms
        • 3
        • Location
        • United Kingdom >
        • England >
        • Devon >
        • Exeter
        • Also Known As
        • Poachers Inn Exeter, Devon
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        "Rooms are accessed by a narrow, winding staircase, so would not be suitable for people with mobility issues..."
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        "Would not choose the one above the bar again but then, you are staying in a pub!"
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        "There are only three rooms, all traditionally furnished in cottage style. One has a four poster bed. If you..."
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