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The Tom Cobley, Spreyton - pub details

Tom Cobley
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Address: Spreyton, Crediton, Devon, EX17 5AL [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 25664) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 8.6/10 (rated by 30 users)
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Many well priced ales and ciders on around 10 ales alone I counted.

Decent beer garden and cosy too inside, this is what people imagine a great British pub should be with a friendly landlord and locals at the bar.

It is a shame as there is virtually no public transport to this village so we had an 8 mile round trip to get here (never take the car to the pub!)

8/10
montie49 - 7 May 2018 16:42
Superb pub tucked away at the end of the village - couls almost be a set from Tom Baker era of Dr Who! (Anyone remember the Daemons?). Food was great in the evening and breakfast excellent. 8 beers on and all them excellent. Staff attentive and locals somewhat entertaining - to a point... Local drunk bloke slightly annoying until he fell asleep on the floor! Landlord superb, if all landlords were like Roger pub closures would not be going at such an alarming rate.
Bernie5 - 22 Mar 2016 09:49
Like everyone else we found this pub to be simply superb. We visited on 2 occasions at the weekend and found 14 ciders at £3 and 10 ales at £2.90 (Holsworthy's Muck 'n Straw, Forge's Ascension, Hunter's Devon Dreamer, St Austell's Proper Job, Trelawney and Gold Rush, Doom Bar, Skinners Betty Stogs, Teignworthy's Devonshire Dark and Cottage's Boundary). There is a proper beer garden (i.e. it has a rockery, plants and trees) and the food was excellent (especially the chickpea and spinach pie). We had booked tables for both Saturday and Sunday evenings but the large restaurant in the rearmost extension remained unused throughout (everyone at Chagstock according to the locals). If the beer and food weren't enough, what makes this pub even more special are the landlord and his family - thanks Roger for showing me the cellar and telling me your rugby tales! Full marks from me.
paul_d102 - 24 Jul 2013 11:27
Amazing pub in a beautiful village. Rate 11/10!!!
martins2 - 26 Jun 2013 21:04
WHAT A GREAT PUB, 14 Beers 15 Ciders all at £2.90 a pint Great Food, A lovely landlord and staff and friendly locals, What more could you ask for. That the first I've give a 10.
dogtrain - 20 May 2013 13:52

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