Number of Real Ales
Drake Manor Inn
Real Ale Trail
Cosy and friendly pub, dating from the 16th century, in a pleasant village on the edge of Dartmoor. The inviting traditional interior, with ancient beams and log burners, has an intimate meeting area, a public bar and a restaurant. Food features interesting locally sourced seasonal dishes.
Just a short distance from Yelverton and within easy access of Plymouth and Tavistock the Inn nestling between the church and the stream is an ideal place to relax and enjoy the charm of this historical building. Our well stocked Bar, excellent food and convivial atmosphere make us an excellent choice for locals and visitors alike.
The Drake Manor offers a warm welcome and a fine selection of locally sourced home cooked food and a good range of ales, ciders and wines in the well stocked bar. Originally built in the 12th century and later rebuilt in the 16th Century it was part of Sir Francis Drakes estate. The pub is full of character with ancient beams and gleaming horse brasses. Cosy wood burning stoves and a sheltered garden.
Dogs are welcome in the main bar & the garden, you can also treat them to our special dog ice cream. We were also runners-up in the DogBuddy Dog-friendly Pubs Awards.
Dave is our head chef and shares our passion for food. He is fully committed to providing interesting locally sourced seasonal dishes of the highest standard. Our menu which is updated regularly is available every day for lunch and dinner. On Sunday Lunchtimes we also offer a varied menu which includes a traditional Sunday roast using locally sourced meat. The pork is usually from our own pigs, reared on site. Food is served in all areas including the garden.
Family friendly, Outdoor drinking area, Takeaway, Lunchtime meals, Evening meals, Dog friendly, Free wi-fi available, Real fire, Walkers welcome
National Trust - Buckland Abbey
Discovery, tranquility and history - Buckland Abbey is an ancient gem in the Tavy Valley landscape. When you visit Buckland, you follow over 700 years of footsteps; from the Cistercians who built the Abbey and farmed the estate, to seafarers Grenville and Drake who changed the shape of the house and the fate of the country.
Beers on tap
Jail Ale (Dartmoor), Doom Bar (Sharps), Local Guest Ale