The Manor Inn, Galmpton

Inn in Churston, Devon

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2 Stoke Gabriel Road Galmpton
Churston
Devon
England
TQ5 0NL

The Manor Inn, Galmpton, Churston

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The Manor Inn has been the local pub in the Dartside village of Galmpton since the 19th Century but in recent years had become a nationally managed chain pub. Fed up with the corporate, chilled food approach, four locals rescued it looking to turn it back into the sort of place they would be happy to eat and drink in.We offer Luxury rooms (remember - we are the village inn, so the ambience may not always be that of a graveyard) An excellent restaurant with a full range of locally sourced, freshly prepared meals A real local pub, locally run and responsive to the needs of the community Well kept beer to suit all tastes A decent wine list A venue for village celebrations, company events and family get-togethers Situated on the South West Coastal Footpath, close to Torbay, the River Dart (local mooring and launching available), Greenway house and other National Trust Properties and the Dartmouth Steam Railway staion at Churston. There are riding stables in the village, boats for hire nearby and the Churston Golf Club is just up the road.We have refurbished the bar, dining areas and loos and completely re-built the former self-catering letting rooms and transformed them into four outstanding bedrooms, all en-suite and each with its own character.Do come and visit us - have a look round, have a chat, enjoy the best kept beer in the area, try our wines by the glass or bottle, have a meal and stay the night, followed by a traditional, freshly cooked breakfast.

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