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Under New Management since November 2013! A quintessential 17th Century Inn, located in an area of outstanding natural beauty, at the bottom of a steep valley next to Bow Creek and bridge. The Inn has been used as a smithy, a brew house, petrol...more
Went out for a drive and lunch on Bank Holiday Monday, Surprised a lot of local pubs were closed, but decided to try the Waterman's Arms.
Staff were helpful and the food was plentiful and reasonably priced, but the pub needs a big facelift it...More
Had a nice drink here yesterday with the family.
Gin and Tonic poured to perfection..
Did not eat and would have liked too..Good service.
Nice seats that look on to the river.
Would come again for sure.
Been here many times over many years and it's still a wonderful place to sit with a pint or two losing yourself in the sound of the river.Only spoilt every now and then by parents letting their children wadie in the river chasing ducks and...More
We have visited here several times, mostly on hot summer days. Staff are friendly and efficient. The outside tables are across the road next to the creek and is just a perfect place for lunch in this glorious weather.
Out n about on a trip down south with the family, we were looking for something pretty and rural. The Watermans Arms is in an idyllic little setting close to Totnes. Arriving at night doesn't do the place justice as its got a beautiful position...More
Went in on speck on a Monday night, fancied a Pizza, but told they were not doing them that night so settled on the steak and ale pie, really tasty with lots of steak and the pastry was really good. Very friendly staff with very...More