Claycutters ArmsOld School Lane
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Grade ll* Listed Building with thatched roof, thought to have been built as a Devon Longhouse, and dating from the mid 1600s. The pub-restaurant is so called as it is in the Bovey Basin, which has been a ball clay mining and exporting area for many years. The pub is essentially on two levels, the bar on the higher and carvery on lower. It has timber beamed ceilings, stone floors, and open fireplaces within exposed stone wall. At the front of the building there is a pleasant tiered floral beer garden.