The Drew Arms
Experience a traditional village pub
A traditional thatched pub set in the picturesque village of Drewsteignton, located on the edge of the Moor.
The Drewe Arms has the honour of being listed on CAMRA's inventory of historic pub interiors. The pub itself has evolved out of a series of cottages, with two rooms reserved for those who want to partake in an ale or two by the fire, while taking in the atmosphere of this unspoilt, ancient pub.
The bar is a cosy and intimate room, with fixed seating, benches and tables and a toasty open log fire. The snug has a wood burner, and a selection of traditional pub games such as bar billiards and shove 'alfpenny. There is no counter with drinks served from three serving hatches, which have remained unchanged for centuries. The restaurant in The Drewe Arms is a relaxed, informal place to eat mouthwatering and tasty dishes, sourced from local suppliers and cooked with passion. Their menu contains a range of British Pub Classics with a contemporary and creative twist. Our specials boards are updated regularly with ingredients such as fresh fish from Brixham, local game and meat, and seasonal vegetables.
Fingle Bridge Inn
Combine nature, walking and a beautiful pub
Set in the heart of Devon on the bank of the River Teign, Fingle Bridge Inn offers homecooked locally sourced Sunday carvery together with a simple yet wholesome Bar Menu. For those who wish to combine a day out in the countryside with a really good pub meal The Fingle Bridge Inn is the venue of your dreams. Choose from the cosy bar, restaurant or terraces and watch the River Teign passing by just feet away. The relaxing atmosphere and panoramic views go hand in hand with our fine selection of locally brewed ales and home cooked menu.
Dogs (on leads) are welcome on the terraces and in the bar. We regret that we do not allow dogs, apart from guide dogs, in the restaurant.