Tiny Pub in the middle of Dartmoor, a real experience with fantastic fresh seafood. A total surprise & a hidden gem !
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Just had a magnificient 45 minute struggle with a freshly cooked Brixham crab - almost had to admit defeat but managed to break every claw and leg to get at the freshest, sweetest meat. All washed down with a recommended sharp dry white Rioja; who...More
My sister and I were out walking today and realised we were near the Northmore Arms at lunch time so decided to treat ourselves. I'm so glad we did. The new landlord and landlady are very friendly and welcoming. We had a local beer &...More
Our fourth stay in Wonson because the Northmore Arms just keeps calling us back! Now with new landlord and landlady, Ray and Julie but just as good as ever. Delicious home cooked food, great beer, a fine selection of gins and the biggest most welcoming...More
What an amazing little pub this is. Stayed in a holiday cottage a stones throw away from the pub. Huge open fire and comfy seating. Beer and gins were brilliant. The food is stunning, home cooked and highly recommended. If your near by it's must...More
My friends and I started camping on Postbridge and hiked north for one day. After spending the night in complete wilderness we started craving for a hot meal, and as an oasis that popped up in the middle of the desert this was the closest...More
Thank you for you kind review, I hope you arrived safely at your next point.
Travelled from Shaldon especially for the Sunday Lunch as always ate at Ray and Julie's previous pub in Shaldon. Lovely quaint pub with real ales in barrels - rarely seen these days. Well worth the three quarter an hour drive. You will need to book...More
As always it was lovely to see you both, I hope sunny Shaldon is looking after you.
Thank you so much for a wonderful Sunday lunch. We turned up with our two dogs in tow and managed to get a last minute table at this wonderful, traditional, local pub. Very welcoming owner (hope you knee is recovering) and lovely staff made us...More
Visited this pub pretty much every day of our week's cottage holiday nearby, popping in for a couple of drinks before dinner. Great atmosphere, huge roaring fire and friendly locals. Never ate here but the food looked good and hearty. Loved the horsebox / outside...More