Two Mile Oak InnTwo Mile Oak
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The earliest reference to the building as an Inn is in the Tithe Map of 1839, although the name of the farm can be traced back to an advert for its sale in 1784. It serves its ales from a stillage behind the bar. It is a delightful 2 bar olde-worlde pub with wooden floors, black oak beams, part timber panelled and painted stone walls, and inglenook fireplaces complete with wood burners. The pleasant beer garden has views of the Dartmoor and a smokers hut