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Gina & Buster's Guidebook

Gina & Buster

Gina & Buster's Guidebook

Food scene
A friendly traditional village pub with an attractive beer garden at the back and outdoor seating at the front. Relax and enjoy a pint of real ale, beer, locally brewed cider, a glass of wine or any of your favourite tipples. This atmospheric village pub and restaurant also serves good home cooked food.
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Taw River Inn
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A friendly traditional village pub with an attractive beer garden at the back and outdoor seating at the front. Relax and enjoy a pint of real ale, beer, locally brewed cider, a glass of wine or any of your favourite tipples. This atmospheric village pub and restaurant also serves good home cooked food.
Set in 5 acres of beautiful grounds with stunning Dartmoor views in The Dartmoor National Park, yet only a 5 mins hop off the A30 to Cornwall. Packed with history and things to see, complemented with our fabulous levels of service. See and touch the incredible South Zeal Menhir Standing Stone, carved one thousand years before Stonehenge.
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Oxenham Arms at South Zeal, Okehampton, Devon
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Set in 5 acres of beautiful grounds with stunning Dartmoor views in The Dartmoor National Park, yet only a 5 mins hop off the A30 to Cornwall. Packed with history and things to see, complemented with our fabulous levels of service. See and touch the incredible South Zeal Menhir Standing Stone, carved one thousand years before Stonehenge.
Set in the northern foothills of Dartmoor on the Trafalgar Way, this thatched 14th century village local, once a cider house, is the hub of the village community. The Kings Arms is a freehouse, allowing them to offer a good variety of real ales and ciders. Their regular ales are Dartmoor Brewery’s Dartmoor IPA and Legend; and their local cider is Devon Mist from Sandford Orchards. Guest Beers come from around Devom, Cornwall and Somerset and include beers from Teignworthy, Cotleigh, Hunters, Forge and Blacktor breweries to name but a few. Good food is served daily. The pub is a good meeting place, particularly during the Dartmoor Folk Festival in August.
The Kings Arms Inn
Set in the northern foothills of Dartmoor on the Trafalgar Way, this thatched 14th century village local, once a cider house, is the hub of the village community. The Kings Arms is a freehouse, allowing them to offer a good variety of real ales and ciders. Their regular ales are Dartmoor Brewery’s Dartmoor IPA and Legend; and their local cider is Devon Mist from Sandford Orchards. Guest Beers come from around Devom, Cornwall and Somerset and include beers from Teignworthy, Cotleigh, Hunters, Forge and Blacktor breweries to name but a few. Good food is served daily. The pub is a good meeting place, particularly during the Dartmoor Folk Festival in August.
Sightseeing
At Castle Drogo you can explore 'the last castle to be built in England' as the quest to save it from ruin continues. The treasures in the house are still on display inside, but the rooms have been re-displayed and focus more on the family and original building work. There are interactive displays to find out more about the building work.
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Castle Drogo
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At Castle Drogo you can explore 'the last castle to be built in England' as the quest to save it from ruin continues. The treasures in the house are still on display inside, but the rooms have been re-displayed and focus more on the family and original building work. There are interactive displays to find out more about the building work.
There's lots to do and see at Becky Falls Ancient Woodland Park, from boulder scrambling and exploring the river walks, to hunting for the stamps on the children's stamp trail (where every child wins a prize). Becky falls is a place for all ages. And for our animal lovers there are shows galore each weekend and during school holidays, as well as animal feeding sessions.
Becky Falls
There's lots to do and see at Becky Falls Ancient Woodland Park, from boulder scrambling and exploring the river walks, to hunting for the stamps on the children's stamp trail (where every child wins a prize). Becky falls is a place for all ages. And for our animal lovers there are shows galore each weekend and during school holidays, as well as animal feeding sessions.
South Zeal lies in South Tawton Parish approximately 10-12minute walk from where we are situated. It falls within the Dartmoor National Park and is a well preserved historic Town. A place to truly experience the peaceful village life, a place to enjoy good food, friendly people and the history it has to offer.
South Zeal
South Zeal lies in South Tawton Parish approximately 10-12minute walk from where we are situated. It falls within the Dartmoor National Park and is a well preserved historic Town. A place to truly experience the peaceful village life, a place to enjoy good food, friendly people and the history it has to offer.
For Food & Scenic Views
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. This is also a beautiful place where you can get lost for hours with walk through Fingle Woods. With many different routes to take you can enjoy everything nature has to offer whether that is alone, walking the dog or to catch up with friends.
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Fingle Bridge Inn
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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. This is also a beautiful place where you can get lost for hours with walk through Fingle Woods. With many different routes to take you can enjoy everything nature has to offer whether that is alone, walking the dog or to catch up with friends.
City
A small city that packs a big punch, Exeter is one of the most vibrant, attractive and historically interesting cities in England. It is approximately 25-30 minutes from your stay by car and offers a little of everything. From shopping and unique places to dine to cycle and kayak hire along the waterfront. Exeter has a real sense of individuality, its varied cultural scene is embraced by proud locals, and the diverse mix of eateries means it is renowned as one of the foodie capitals of the South West. Head to the West Quarter or the cobbled Gandy Street to discover great mix of independent shops and boutiques, cafes and bars.
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Exeter
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A small city that packs a big punch, Exeter is one of the most vibrant, attractive and historically interesting cities in England. It is approximately 25-30 minutes from your stay by car and offers a little of everything. From shopping and unique places to dine to cycle and kayak hire along the waterfront. Exeter has a real sense of individuality, its varied cultural scene is embraced by proud locals, and the diverse mix of eateries means it is renowned as one of the foodie capitals of the South West. Head to the West Quarter or the cobbled Gandy Street to discover great mix of independent shops and boutiques, cafes and bars.
Neighbourhoods
The small town circles around its octagonal Market House fondly called the Pepperpot, and in short walking distance you will discover many fine old granite buildings, the beautiful church of St Michael and a wealth of unusual independent shops and art galleries. You will be spoilt for choice for eating with most places using local and organic food; there are boutique hotels, much loved local pubs and inns, several tearooms, cafes and a wonderful delicatessen. For walkers and nature lovers there are miles of open moorland to explore with its stone rows and circles, clapper bridges and ancient dwellings etc, or for a contrast the beautiful River Teign which meanders around the village and on through the Teign Gorge overlooked by Castle Drogo owned by the National Trust and on to the beauty spot of Fingle Bridge. There is also the tranquillity of Fernworthy reservoir.
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Chagford
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The small town circles around its octagonal Market House fondly called the Pepperpot, and in short walking distance you will discover many fine old granite buildings, the beautiful church of St Michael and a wealth of unusual independent shops and art galleries. You will be spoilt for choice for eating with most places using local and organic food; there are boutique hotels, much loved local pubs and inns, several tearooms, cafes and a wonderful delicatessen. For walkers and nature lovers there are miles of open moorland to explore with its stone rows and circles, clapper bridges and ancient dwellings etc, or for a contrast the beautiful River Teign which meanders around the village and on through the Teign Gorge overlooked by Castle Drogo owned by the National Trust and on to the beauty spot of Fingle Bridge. There is also the tranquillity of Fernworthy reservoir.