Turtley Corn MillAvonwick
This former roadside restaurant stands by its own river and lakeside grounds of six acres. The three regular ales are supplemented by one or two rotating local guest ales. Reverting to its former name to reflect its origins, it encompasses the ethos of its owners by supplying local beers and locally sourced food. There are two dining areas, one surrounded by old books, which become very busy at weekends, so booking is advisable. Old photos of the area adorn the walls, including a very rare print of a Plymouth brewery now demolished. There are now six double en-suite rooms and the pub is open for breakfast between 8.30 and 11am. In the grounds you may find ducks (and a pond!), chickens, peacocks and, in the summer, a giant chess set and croquet.