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Set in the heart of Dartmoor and in the centre of the village opposite St. Pancras church and the National Trust shop, this lovely old pub was built by the masons working on the church in the 14th century. A little like 'Tardis', the inn is much larger inside than it appears. It is a pub for all seasons. Sit outside in the large garden with its flowing stream, ponds and smokers gazebo in the summer, or enjoy the log fires when the weather turns cold. The central part of the building is over 600 years old, with its thick stone walls and oak timber beams, whilst the old stables are now the restaurant. Closing time may vary according to the time of year.