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13 July 2017

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Masons Arms

The Mason Arms is a must for 2 reasons, one, its a fantastic Michelin star restaurant with lovely rustic friendly bar. And two its 5 doors down or happy staggering distance  from Enfield House! Mark, Sarah and the team will give you a warm welcome, its certainly one of our favourites. Please make sure you book well in advance.

Website: www.masonsarmsdevon.co.uk
Telephone: 01398 341231

Dog friendly

The Swan

The Swan at Bampton is a  classic English country inn, offering the very best dishes using seasonal, regional ingredients, peppered with top-notch customer service.

A top Gastropub to visit, a well stocked bar featuring locally sourced beers, gins and ciders. Open 7 days a week, this is another one of our favourites, only 10 miles away.

Website: www.swan.co
Telephone: 01398 332248

Dog friendly

Tarr Farm

Tarr Farm is set on the river Barle in a deep valley, in the heart of Exmoor.  Amazing countryside, great walks and you must take a walk over the ancient clapper bridge called Tarr Steps. Tarr Farm use the finest local ingredients which are put together by their expert team. They do fantastic bar meals as well as delicious meals in the restaurant

Website: www.tarrfarm.co.uk
Telephone: 01643 851 507

Dog Friendly.

Woods at Dulverton

Woods Bar and Restaurant is a charming pub tucked away in the rural town of Dulverton and surrounded by Exmoor’s countryside. With a hand-built wooden interior and stone laden fireplaces, Woods offers a very personal dining experience.

Great pub,  they stock Real Ales and an array of local spirits, and have an award-winning wine list for you to choose from!

Website: www.woodsdulverton.co.uk
Telephone: 01398 324007

Our Favourite - the Masons Arms

Its fair to say we are a little biased. We live in the village, and have spent many a fun lunchtime and evening in the Masons Arms. Its set in the heart of Knowstone village, has a great mix of customers visiting for the first time and some colourful local characters who maybe propping up the bar.

The London Inn

Set in a village mentioned in the Doomsday book, a delightful 15th Century former coaching inn on the edge of Exmoor that still boasts open log fires, inglenooks and beamed ceilings attracting locals and visitors alike.

The pub comprises several small rooms, including a separate restuarant, that are all full of displays connected to field sports. There is a beer garden to the front and the pub is very dog friendly.

 

Website: www.londoninnmolland.co.uk
Telephone: 01769 550269

The White Horse

At the very heart of Exmoor, nestling by the bridge over the River Exe, you’ll find the Exmoor White Horse Inn. festooned in Virginia creeper, this traditional 16th century building with classic period features has been family owned and run for generations.

Kick off your walking boots and unwind beside one of their  log fires. Choose from over 200 Malt Whisky’s along with a fine selection of local Real Ales. You can also  savour deliciously locally sourced produce and fine cooked foodfrom an idyllic Inn, which offers its guests a warm and welcoming atmosphere. i

Website: www.exmoor-whitehorse.co.uk
Telephone: 01643 831229