Welcome to Old Church House Inn
The Old Church House Inn is one of Devon's oldest inns, dating from the 13th Century. We are located in of the most picturesque districts of Devon, surrounded by farmland and traditional village lanes and walking routes. Our inn has a number of unique features including an admiral’s bunk from a Tudor man-of-war, one of England's oldest bread ovens and a sundial embedded in the floor. We have several log fires which create a unique atmosphere on winter evenings. Our rooms are all spacious, with en-suite facilities and individual features in keeping with our historic building. Select from either generous double rooms or family rooms, which can accommodate three people. We have an excellent restaurant serving local, seasonal food at lunchtime and in the evening. There is a lawned garden area for al fresco dining and drinking in the warmer months. The hotel also houses the village pub, which is popular with village residents and guests. We serve a variety of local ales as well as wines and spirits. The panelling in the bar area originated from a ship of the Spanish Armada fleet; the skittles above the bar date from the same period. Despite the unique nature of our building and location, we are within easy reach of Dartmoor, south coast resorts and Exeter. We are a few miles from Newton Abbot and Totnes, both of which have a range of shopping and dining facilities. There is ample, free on site parking Dogs are welcome but must be pre-booked and will be subject to availability (we have two dog friendly rooms). We can provide cots for babies- again, please let us know in advance.