The Burrator Inn is a welcoming pub with comfortable rooms, based on the edge of wild Dartmoor near the ancient town of Tavistock.
The Burrator Inn - or Burrie to locals - has been an established presence for over a century. Situated just 1 mile from the famous Burrator Reservoir, it's a short drive from Tavistock with all its history and boutique shops.
The handsome, well appointed building leads to a clean, traditional bar area where guests can enjoy a pint of real ale from the likes of St Austell. Cask Marque accredited, the Burrator Inn is also featured in the CAMRA Real Ale Guide 2019.
For those that wish to dine, food is served from midday to 9pm every day. The menu offers every pub classic that guests could wish to hope for, with generous portions at decent prices. Children and vegetarians are catered for, and they also offer a Community Lunch for older residents.
Upstairs, guests will find five different rooms, ranging from family rooms plus a King sized double and a twin room. All are comfortably furnished to create that home-from home-experience, complete with newly refurbished en suite bathrooms and breakfast.
Located in the stunning Dartmoor National Park, The Burrator makes a great base for exploring everything that Devon has to offer. From country walks to cream teas at nearby National Trust property, Cotehele.
The pub itself hosts one very popular Open Mic night each month. For those seeking brighter lights, The Burrator Inn is just 12 miles from Plymouth City Centre, on the B3212.