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The Beaver Inn, Appledore - pub details

Address: 85 Irsha Street, Appledore, Bideford, Devon, EX39 1RY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 28335) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.2/10 (rated by 19 users)
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Well, when I go to a new town, i always look here to see which pubs to go to. This is marked as the best in Appledore. Tried to get in on the Friday night but just too busy with kids, people eating meals etc. Came back on the Sunday and much quieter. Got served by Captain Jack Sparrows brother. Found the lighting very harsh and much too bright but obviously a popular place, as still bust. Tribute wasn't the greatest but passable.
Mappiman - 1 Apr 2013 13:40
Great location when you find it. Beverages very reasonable. Pub needs a bit of a clean though. 7.5/10.
roselily - 22 Sep 2012 21:16
An attractive pub in a great location overlooking the estuary. The outside patio which faces directly on to the estuary is not especially big, and I imagine soon fills up in the sunny weather. There are about half a dozen picnic benches here, and some blue mosaic tiling as a backdrop.

The pub itself consists of a central, carpeted bar that has a long bar counter at the back with an impressive, highly polished wooden top. A plasma was just inside the door showing the Grand Prix, although there was no discernable sound. To the right is a stone fire-place with a stag’s head mounted up above it. Up a few steps to the left is a long narrow bar with plenty of windows offering further views of the estuary. To the right, again up a couple of stairs is a bar with laminate flooring, a pool table, darts board and a small fire-place with a wood burning stove.

Beers on tap were Dartmoor Best, Doombar, Tribute and Bays Devon Dumpling. Ciders were Thatcher’s Gold and Cornish Rattler.

Blackthorn - 20 Jul 2012 15:26
Had an enjoyable meal here in september 2011. Good well cooked steak and very nice fish of the day. Shame about the outdated decor but bar appeared extremely well stocked in liquers and shots... so we had to partake! Staff friendly.
amethyst - 18 Oct 2011 00:22
Great pub one of the best i have ever been to.
Inside has a great atmosphere with a resturant overlooking the estuary.
The best part of it though is the view from the beer garden right on the sea wall.
I can think of few beer gardens with a view better! It was very relaxing watching the tide coming in over a few pints of thatchers gold which were gorgeous. The place dosen't rip you off as well like alot of tourist places do.
£5.80 for two pints these days is good.
10/10 we will be back!
montie49 - 25 Sep 2011 12:20

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