Church House
Church House
Church House is an attractive granite-built cottage dating to about 1540 It was constructed as a community centre, and later functioned as an almshouse, a school, a workhouse, and then as a village hall. It is open to visitors when not in use for village functions.
The ceiling of Church House is a wonderful example of cross-beamed construction, and most of the timbers are of original 16th century date.

Beside Church House is Sexton's Cottage, a National Trust shop and tourist information point for Dartmoor National Park. Immediately behind Church House is the parish church of St Pancras, known as the Cathedral of the Moor.