Passage House InnHackney Lane
This pub/restaurant is on the northern bank of the Teign estuary, with views down the river to Teignmouth. The pub draws its name from 'taking passage', a ferry plyed across the river from here. The original inn still stands, but is now only used for functions and music evenings.Today's pub is a modern 'build on' to the old skittle alley and storage building on the opposite side of the carpark. The majority of the buliding is given over to dining, with only a small 'snug bar' comprising of 5 stools at the bar, seating with two tables and a dartboard. Externally there is a canopied patio, together with bench tables on the grass beside the river bank. The house ale is 'Passage Boat Bitter', from the Otter Brewery. The inn is part of the Passage House Hotel, which is 100 yards back up the lane.