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A 700 year old Grade ll listed pretty roadside pub, on the main road between Ashburton and Princetown. There are two small rooms other than the bar, one being a cosy dining room and the other having a huge table that seats 12. It has oak panelling and old beams throughout, and there is a large bullet hole that is reputedly made by a Roundhead's musket. It is said the the devil once visited this pub, on his way to Widdecombe-in-the-Moor, to collect souls. The pub's opening hours are extended in the Summer months to 11-11 Monday to Saturday.