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The Warren House Inn, Postbridge - pub details

Warren House Inn
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Address: Postbridge, Yelverton, Devon, PL20 6TA [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6514) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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Well I havnt been to this pub for 10 years now so we went last week and it is still as good as ever brilliant food and good beer and Peter the landlord is really friendly and a pleasure to talk too, I really do recommend this pub, it is right on the moors above post bridge so you need to drive or walk to it.
seajay - 11 Oct 2022 09:44
A Dartmoor classic and one to sit out on the tables over the road to enjoy a pint with a view if you can. Beer selection let down slightly these days by the appearance of the ubiquitous Doom Bar on the pumps. They used to have Summerskills beers from what I remember of past visits. There was also an Adnams as a guest, which I thought odd as they only used to source beers from the SW. Having said this, the Otter Ale was on tip-top form - and served in a jar without having to ask, which is always nice. One person worthy of note is the waitress who deserves a medal for negotiating the road to take people's food orders to them - which on a nice day is almost every order I'd imagine.
littledrummerboy - 1 Aug 2016 10:57
This is an extremely isolated pub that is really for people who walk or drive. Apparently it’s the 3rd highest pub in the UK.

We stopped here on the way from Princeton to Mortonhampstead as a special' tick just for me. The pub is famous for the fire that never goes out.

3 ales on the hand pumps, my choice of Black Tor Brewery's Pride of Dartmoor was very good.

4 rooms inside laid out as follows, 1 for food, 1 bar area, 1 snug and a really large room that's also laid out for food and looks like a function room.

Lots of wooden panelling, small wall lights and a medieval style chandelier hanging in the large back bar along with a collection of plates.

Amazing views to the front across the moors, during our visit the rain stopped the sun came out and a rainbow appeared across the moor.
lezford - 8 Sep 2014 13:40
Absolutely brilliant! Not really a fan of the Otter, but the scrumpy cider was excellent. The pub stands completely alone on the side of the road (Moretonhampstead to Postbridge) and has a spectacular view across the moors. Beer garden in the moors, or on cold/rainy/windy days you can warm yourself by the open fire.
A perfect place for a rest. Idyllic, with lots of character, and very sociable, friendly and chatty landlord & staff. Absolutely perfect.
MarkVP - 17 Jul 2013 12:24
Well the warren is a smashing place on the high moor of spooky Dartmoor, the beer in superb and they have some good ales on and served in proper Glasses with handles...brilliant, the food is really nice and absolutley steaming hot in fact we have never had a bad meal, if you like game check out the warreners rabbit pie its loveley. recomended
seajay - 24 Oct 2012 19:41

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