Campaign for Real Ale

Mountain Inn

Old Chapel Road
Lutton
PL21 9SA
Emailmoc.duolci@eromlehctimdivad Telephone(01752) 858893
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Opening times: Mon–Sun 16:00-22:00

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:

UPDATE 12/04/21: The pub intends to reopen for Outside Service when permitted to do so (from Monday 12th April 2021 at the earliest), following loosening of the restrictions post-Lockdown 3. Please contact the pub for exact details of services provided and any restrictions and/or limitations that may apply. Please check the pub’s website/Facebook page for details.
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UPDATE 14/07/2020: The pub is now open again, but the details here will need to be updated in due course - sorry for any inconvenience. Initially, the pub is serving three real ales, Dartmoor Legend and Jail Ale, and Sharp's Doom Bar. Food is not currently available, but please see the pub's Facebook page for the latest information. UPDATE 24 March 2020: The pub was purchased on 31st January 2020 by David Michelmore, who has commenced a full pub refurbishment. It is planned to re-open as a Local's local again, complete with a selection of real ales. The details given below will be incorrect. Unfortunately, due to the current COVID-19 crisis, the pub remained closed closed until 04/07/2020. A traditional two-roomed pub with simple cob walls and real fires. The local favourite, Dartmoor Jail Ale, is accompanied by three wide-ranging guest ales, occasional draught ciders, and up to 8 bottled ciders. Simple pub food is available daily except Tuesday. Although situated in the foothills of Dartmoor, the pub's name is actually a corruption of Montain, the name of an old local landowner. An annual beer festival is held. Bus service is daytime only, not Sun. The pub was listed as an Asset of Community Value (ACV) on 1/8/13 by South Hams District Council. Sadly, the pub closed on 26/8/14 on the retirement of the landlady.