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This 17th century free-house is situated beneath an old quarry and is adjacent to the B3357 Tavistock – Princetown road. This welcoming inn serves up to 4 Westcountry beers, with Hunters and Dartmoor featuring regularly. The pub has recently undergone a refurbishment, and is now light and airy. Gone are the red walls and carpet, which has reavealed a nice red and black Victorian (or earlier) tiled floor. The unobtrusive music and friendly staff provide a pleasant atmosphere. The food is popular, especially on Sunday lunchtimes. Pub hours may extend in summer. The bus service is limited and has no service on Sundays. Like most Dartmoor pubs, you are advised to check with the pub that it will be open when you plan to visit.