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Plume Of Feathers Inn

Plymouth Hill
PL20 6QQ
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Opening times: 10.30-11; 10.30-midnight Fri & Sat
Regular beers: Dartmoor Jail Ale, Sharp's Doom Bar, St Austell Tribute

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Situated at the junction of the B3212 and B3357, this is Princetown’s oldest building (1785). It features granite walls, slate floors and slate-topped tables. A later addition is the large family/function room with its own bar and bunkhouse above.

Food is served all day, with breakfast from 8-11, with main meals from 1200 until 2100. There is a carvery in the family room on weekend lunchtimes from 1200 until 1600 (booking advisable). Three guest beers from Devon micro breweries supplement the three regular ales, with at least two guest ciders accompanying the Old Rosie.

Two beer festivals are held in Spring and December. There is ample outdoor seating on the specious patio, a large car park, a children’s play area, a campsite and bunkhouse on site. B&B accommodation is available, with breakfast from 0730 in summer (0815 Winter).

On display around the walls are old photos, and military crests from visiting units are on display above the bar. The infrequent bus service from Tavistock was under threat at the time of writing.