Family visit on Sunday, second week in August 2013 and it was alright. As somebody said, don't take a lady or kids into the the bar here, some Combe Martin locals aren't gentlemen in public and one wonders why not ? Sadly this applies to most Combe Martin pubs. Good restaurant is Quackers, clean and modern, a bit posh - fair prices. Sunday lunch was about ten quid for a slap up main meal and a soft drink. Staff were welcoming, the owner Craig is a good egg and a big bloke IIRC :) "Nicely decorated but has lost some of its original character, too modern, through the refurbishment", which we were told in the village and then had a look at the history. The Pub is bang in the middle of the original old village, "Head Town", when Combe Martin was two towns but nothing remains of its history we could see. Shame. It's not your average country Pub or traditional old Devon hostelry we like. Sunday lunch excellent, and there was plenty of it for us all. No idea of the other menu or what it's like in the week. To Combe Martin pubs bosses> please welcome your guests and make them feel welcome and safe. Thanks from Terry. Lincoln. Sales manager. Visited August 2013.
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