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  • The Night Jar Inn, Aylesbeare

    20th November 2017

    The Night Jar Inn in Aylesbeare is one of East Devon’s newest foodie destinations – catering for a growing market of local foodies who appreciate modern country style and who aren’t afraid to spend their hard-earned cash on quality food & drink. Open throughout the week – except Sunday evenings…

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  • The Church House Inn, Rattery

    16th November 2017

    Review by Gaby  Discovering places like The Church House Inn in Rattery was one of the main reasons I began to blog about West Country food in the first place. If you’re after a traditional country pub that oozes charm and serves excellent unpretentious food, then do yourself a favour…

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  • The Five Bells, Clyst Hydon

    8th August 2017

    If ever you were looking for a place that captures the essence of a quintessential Devon pub, The Five Bells Inn is surely it. From the outside, The Five Bells Inn is nothing short of picturesque. You get there by navigating your way through lush country roads – that do nothing for…

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  • Since I began writing this blog just over a year ago, it has never ceased to amaze me just how many foodie gems Devon has to offer when you make the decision  to stray from the beaten path. Take The Elizabethan Inn, for example. We had heard a few good things about…

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  • The George at Hatherleigh

    19th April 2017

    I must admit, on our drive down to Devon’s smallest town we did ask ourselves why exactly any one would want to visit Hatherleigh. Aside being surrounded by the wonderful countryside – it’s located on the edge of Dartmoor – the village is fairly remote and hardly convenient to get…

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  • The George Inn, Uffculme

    26th March 2017

    Review by Collette Last month, we were kindly invited along to sample the menu at The George Inn, in Uffculme. This 18th century Coaching Inn had fallen into disrepair over the years, and proprietors Robin and Kasia were determined to give the building a new lease of life. The pair set about…

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  • Double Locks Pub

    7th August 2016

    It would be fair to say that Double Locks is not your typical pub. Located around 20 minutes from the Exeter Quay – situated along the River Exe – it’s one of those off-the-beaten-track locations that is best reached by foot (or kayak if you’re feeling a little adventurous). A couple of…

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