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East Moor
TQ11 0JB
Dog friendly
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The Tradesmans Arms

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You'll find a warm welcome from friendly staff and you can walk straight from the front door onto Dartmoor! Good views. The pub is also on the route of the Two Moors Way

contact info

01364 631206




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You will find The Tradesmans Arms in the heart of Scorriton Village near Buckfastleigh. We are only a 3 mile drive from the A38 Devon Expressway. The Tradesmans Arms was refurbished and re-opened on the 30th January 2009 after being closed for 14 months. Now in the hands of new owners and hosts, Kevin and Suzanne, The Tradesmans Arms is a traditional “country pub” with modern styling and a very friendly welcome. We offer quality real ales, home cooked food, a selection of wines and comfortable B&B accommodation.

Enjoy the unique experience of being able to walk straight from the front door onto the Dartmoor National park, returning to find a warm atmosphere created by our wood burning stove and friendly welcoming staff. Alternatively relax in our beer garden overlooking the stunning Little Combe Valley.

The Tradesmans Arms is also directly on the path of the Two Moors Way. So if you are planning to walk the whole trail, we are ideally located at the end of the Ivybridge to Scorriton stretch.

Dogs are more than welcome at The Tradesmans Arms – as long as the well behaved owners are securely attached to their lead!

We hold a weekly quiz night every Thursday night. The quiz starts at 9pm, the cost of which is a mere £1 per person. All proceeds go to one of our nominated charities. We also have occasional live music. See our Events page for up and coming music nights.

Key info

Dog friendly, Outdoor drinking area, Lunchtime meals, Evening meals, Walkers welcome, Free wi-fi available, Car park, Real fire

what's nearby...

South Devon Railway

The South Devon Railway is one of Devon’s and the West Country’s best loved tourist attractions and is the longest established steam railway in the south west.

Image by Louis Tripp


Beers on tap

Jail Ale (Dartmoor), IPA (Dartmoor), Local Guest Ale

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