Peter Tavy InnLane Head
In a quiet village on the edge of Dartmoor, a varying range of upto five local beers, sourced from all over the west country, can be found in the pub’s small central bar. Traditionally attired throughout with slate floors beams and log burners. There are also two larger rooms, one is formed from the original bar area. The other room is a latter addition but is furnished in keeping with the older parts. A patio and hidden garden are added attractions. The pub is renowned for its food, but drinkers are made welcome. The inn is situated on the No. 27 cycle route, near a caravan and camping site. Open all day in Summer.