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It is situated in the Blackdown Hills on the Devon/Somerset border. The pub has spectacular views as it looks across the Culm Valley. We offer outstanding food from the restaurant from our ever-changing special board and our menu. We also have a selection of local beers.
All reviews burger samphire fish and chips sunday roast pudding beef beer garden the pub blackdown hills last summer an interesting menu young chap specials board nothing too much trouble off the beaten track lovely food lovely couple
My partner and i visited here on Friday evening. We were staying at a near by campsite and this place was recommended to us. A beautiful extended family home / cottage to form a bar and restaurant. Service could have been better but the woman...More
Went there for lunch with friends new to the area. Let's be positive the food, was ok but that'd where it ends. The reception we received was less than welcoming in fact
I felt guilty for turning up and asking for lunch. As for the...More
This place was so special we had to go back the next day!
Providing some special fish dishes the sharing seafood platter was divine. But don't share! Have it all yourself. And the pudding were breathtaking. I had summer pudding with clotted cream! It had...More
Called in at lunch time on a wonderful sunny day. Probably the last summer! The views from the garden across the valley are stunning.We had a scallop dish with samphire and crusty bread which was excellent.. The chef came out and discussed the menu which...More
Food was OK but took SOoooo long to arrive.
When it eventually turned up, the broccoli and stilton soup starter was excellent.
Our main courses were fine but did not appear until 90 minutes after our arrival.
Yes - it was a Saturday night and...More
We walked to Half Moon from our campsite. It took us half an hour but worth it. We enjoyed a few Real Ales and both had Ploughmans lunch and a summer pudding with clotted cream for pudding ( well we did have to walk back😉)...More
Went here for lunch recently and will definitely return. Beautiful views and a lovely garden. Inside is a lovely pub with excellent beer (and other drinks) and food. Lots of choice of freshly cooked local produce. If you are in the area do try and...More
After spending 4 hours in traffic, we turned of the road to find this pub (it is off the beaten track) and what a find it was. A stunning pub with excellent food and wonderful, friendly and helpful staff. A real pleasure and would recommend...More
Spent a couple of evenings here while campervanning last summer and thoroughly enjoyed the ambience, and the company of the obliging landlady and landlord. My kids loved it here and often ask when we're coming back. Food was delicious - wished I'd had time to...More
Response from Windy747 | Property representative |
Tonight we have Otter Ale 4.5, Otter Bitter 3.6 and an American style IPA from Exmoor Ales called Apollo 4.2. Sorry though that this is a late reply and you obviously wanted to know that yesterday....!