Church House InnHolne
See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.
Built in 1329 as a Devon Longhouse to accomodate the stonemasons building the adjacent church. In the 1400s it was a retreat for clergy and monks from Buckfast Abbey, so an upper floor was added to the building, to accomodate this increase in hospitality. It is said that William Cromwell stayed here, whilst stableing his horse in the village, and the main bar screen dates back to the Armada. It has a cosy 50s style interior these days, and is very central for lovely moorland walks and amenities. Bar opening hours in the summer months are extended to 12-11 and 12-10.30 Sundays. A refurbishment is planned over the winter for summer 2019