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George’s Meeting House

Its stained-glass windows and pulpit are not something you’d expect to find in a pub!

Exeter >

The Chevalier Inn

This pub has had many identities, including: the Rock Machine, Churchills, No10s and Winstons.

Exeter >

The Imperial

Dine in the ballroom which was intended as a replica of Buckingham Palace.

Exeter >

The Sawyer's Arms

The pub is decorated internally with circular saws and saw-teeth motifs, inspired by the original Sawyer's Arms.

Exeter >

The Powder Monkey

A ‘powder monkey’ was naval slang for the young boys who filled shells and cartridges with gunpowder.

Exmouth >

The Star Inn

Honiton is famous for its lace.

Honiton >

The White Ball Inn

Discover the history of lace making in Tiverton.

Tiverton >

The Panniers

This pub is named after the wicker baskets used to carry vegetables.

Barnstaple >

The Rose Salterne

This pub is named after the heroine of Westward Ho!.

Bideford >

The Mannamead

This pub is named after local fields which were known as the Mannameads.

Plymouth >

The Richard Hopkins

This pub takes its name from a former owner of the land on which it stands.

Newton Abbot >

The Talk of the Town

The Talk of the Town was originally created by combining the Actina Café and Hamby Cafeteria.

Paignton >

The Green Ginger

Read about some local heroes.

Torquay >

The Vigilance

Read about the history of Boots and its creator.

Brixham >

The Queen's Head Hotel

This former coaching inn is the oldest licensed premises in Tavistock and was originally two separate properties.

Tavistock >

The White Hart Hotel

The White Hart Hotel stands on what was once known as Old London Road and supplied fresh horses for travellers on the next stage of their journey.

Okehampton >

The Admiral Collingwood

Ilfracombe’s St Nicholas Chapel is the oldest working lighthouse in the country.

Ilfracombe >

The Gog and Magog

This pub tells the story of Gig, Prince of Magog.

Plymouth >

The Union Rooms

Read about Plymouth’s Sir Francis Drake.

Plymouth >

The General Sir Redvers Buller

This pub is closed permanently.

Crediton >

The Stannary Court

Take a look at old photographs of Plympton.

Plympton >

The Water Gate

This pub is named after one of the four gates in the town walls.

Barnstaple >

The Jolie Brise

This pub is a former clothes store.

Teignmouth >

The Britannia Inn

“Rule, Britannia, rule the waves”

Plymouth >