Church House InnStokeinteignhead
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This 13th-century thatched pub, with its black timber beams, inglenook fireplaces, thick stone walls with upholstered window seats, old timber settles, and upholstered benches, was built by the Church to offer food and rest to the weary traveller. It has a separate restaurant area with a quality menu, using locally sourced produce. At the rear of the pub, over the stream is a pleasant beer garden and adjacent car park. The pub opens earlier on Thurs and Fri at 10:30 for the sale of coffee, and for breakfast from 9am on Saturdays.