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Coppa Dollar Inn, Totnes - pub details

Address: Broadhempston, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 6BD [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 36794) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Totnes (3.6 miles), Newton Abbot (5.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.0/10 (rated by 5 users)
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Monks Retreat Inn, Broadhempston (0.3 miles), Sea Trout Inn, Staverton (1.6 miles), Union Inn, Denbury (1.8 miles), Wellington Inn, Ipplepen (1.9 miles)

 

user reviews of Coppa Dollar Inn, Totnes

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"HE LUCKY I GOOD MOOD BECAUSE HE SUCH LIAR I WOULD HAVE GOT MAD AND WET TOILET ROLL IN TOILET AND THROW AT THE HIGHEST CEILING SO IT NEVER GET OFF"

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That is just brilliant.
Pat_Bateman - 14 Oct 2013 13:24
I HAD THE KURWA JAIL ALE AND BARMAN SHOULD BE THE ONE WHO GO INSIDE A JAIL
BECAUSE HE THINK I WAS NO LOOK BUT I WENT TO GO TOILET BUT THEN CHANGE MIND AND MOVE TO END OF BAR AND I SAW THE BITCH MAKE MY BEER HALF WITH THE BEER FROM TRAY UNDER THE PUMP THEN MAKE REST FROM HANDLE .HE THINK I DONT SEE FIRST BIT BUT I DID SEE .
HE SAID OKAY AFTER ARGUE THAT HE SORRY AND HE GAVE ME NEW ONE FREE AND NO CHARGE. HE LUCKY I GOOD MOOD BECAUSE HE SUCH LIAR I WOULD HAVE GOT MAD AND WET TOILET ROLL IN TOILET AND THROW AT THE HIGHEST CEILING SO IT NEVER GET OFF
Pineapple_The - 14 Oct 2013 12:25
Surprised no one else has reviewed this pub, which remains as good as ever. I've always found it best to stick to the pie menu, rather than going off piste and choosing something from the 'specials' blackboard on the wall, but the Dartmoor and Jail Ale is always v. good. Don't forget to book a table if eating at the weekend.
rarinrob - 22 Apr 2013 12:43
Visited last Saturday (17 July 2010), having booked a table for four for food. Another utterly brilliant evening. We ordered cheesy garlic bread with sweet chilli dipping sauce for starters, four of the pub's famous 2-in-1 pies for mains and finished off with a variety of puddings from the 'naughty board'. As usual, the food was flawless. The pub's owner, James, is an incredible host - always happy and welcoming, regardless of whether you're a regular or first-timer. There's never a great selection of beer, but Dartmoor's always on (there was one other that I can't remember on Saturday), so you're always guaranteed at least a good pint. Can't recommend highly enough - just make sure you book if you're eating at the weekend!!!
rarinrob - 19 Jul 2010 12:33

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