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Northmore Arms, Throwleigh

I am amazed this pub survives as it is in the middle of (beautiful) nowhere and the village looks tiny with just a few residents. But, thank goodness it is surviving. An incredible frozen in time establishment, completely unspoiled. A lovely bonus on my edge of Dartmoor walk from Chagford. Local ales straight from the barrel. If you love and appreciate real pubs then make sure you visit this one. I can relate to the "if only my local" type comments below. My only regret was I couldn't stay longer and sample the food (and a few more beers).

11 Oct 2016 20:43

The Crown Inn, Penzance

I envy the locals who have this as their regular pub. It is a proper, old fashioned, locals type pub (but equally welcoming to the visitor). An unpretentious, delightful almost "frozen in time" interior. A beer tap to boot as well and I enjoyed my pint of "Causeway". Long may this pub survive as an example of the best of the British way of life.

18 Sep 2016 10:26

The Admiral Benbow, Penzance

I walked to this pub from the station via the promenade and the nearby, delightful, Morrab gardens. It has one of the most bizarre and intensely decorated interiors I have ever seen in a pub. You almost need a guided tour to make the most of it , which I undoubtedly didn't with my one pint visit. But, a fabulous, intriguing venue and a national and regional treasure. I was delighted to find the wonderfully bitter, Dartmoor Best on sale. Which I was able to relax and enjoy as, in spite of all its historic features this is also a proper pub, where I felt instantly at home.

18 Sep 2016 10:07

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