We went here solely on the back of Tripadvisor ratings and reviews and were not disappointed.
On arrival, the car park is small and tight and the pub isn't anything to look at from the outside. Thereafter its a gem.
Its really a restaurant as there were no locals in for a pint on a Sunday lunchtime.
We received a warm welcome and they checked off our booking. We were led through to the library and a lovely table in the window with great views of the Lynher and Dartmoor beyond.
For Sunday lunch there was a great deal of choice - not just roasts, though that is waht we plumped for.
The plates were full of meat and gravy, although the vegetables where a bit of a stretch between two.
Throughout, the service and attention to detail were excellent, with one minor blemish. All the staff seemed genuinely keen to ensure that we had a good meal.
Coffee was served generously and then we settled up. It wasn't cheap but refreshing to find somewhere where the quality of service was important to the hosts as well as the guests.
We negotiated the car park which was now full and tight to get out of but will be back when next in the area.
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