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North Moor
EX20 4HQ
Dog friendly
Number of Real Ales

Bearslake Inn

Real Ale Trail
Three ales and two ciders, all sourced regionally. Set in a thatched Devon longhouse dating back to the 13th Century. Just two miles south of the A30, a good base for exploring Dartmoor. The Granite Way is nearby for great cycling

contact info

01837 861334




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Our bar is set in the oldest part of our thirteenth century thatched inn but there is nothing dated about the drinks that we serve. Our team, headed up by our Bar Manager, are always keen to offer interesting and new drinks to go alongside the firm local favorites. Every week we have a guest ale and our Gin list is comprised solely of West Country Gins. We have a select wine list comprised by local wine merchant, Charles Steevensons and many of our mixers and bottles are coming solely from Devon.* Almost every customer who stops at our idyllic country Inn says the same words to us when they leave"I drive past here all the time and I never knew that this was here" Hard to believe right...but its true! We may have one of the most photographed public houses in the National Park but our pub garden is something of a secret in these parts. At almost 200 foot and with its own babbling brook and moorland views we think the more people should be in the know. In 2019 we added to our gardens charm by adding an outside bar area. Not something we have fully utilised yet but something we have big plans for. Who knows maybe our own Bearfest beer festival.

Key info

Real Fire, Outdoor drinking area, Outdoor Bar, Lunchtime meals, Evening meals, Dog friendly, Car Park, Family friendly, Take-Away Food, Quiet pub, Free wi-fi available, Real ale, Walkers welcome, Card only payments

what's nearby...

The Granite Way

The Granite Way is an 11 mile multi-use trail running between Okehampton and Lydford along the north western edge of Dartmoor. It is mostly traffic free, largely following the course of the former Southern Region railway line. A journey along the Granite Way offers fantastic views of the granite landscape of Dartmoor, as well as a number of specific sites of geological interest.

Image by Louis Tripp

Belstone Tor

Beers on tap

Legend (Dartmoor), Crispy Pig (Hunters), Dragons Breath

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