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Refurbished in February 2018 Each en-suite room has been sympathetically styled to enhance the 16th century features which are abound throughout this fine old building. With vaulted ceilings and original oak beams the rooms are luxuriously furnished with fine linens top quality duvets and deep piled towels in the bathrooms. Full English breakfast is served in the snug at 9am.
Each room is equipped with WIFI flat screen TV hairdryer and tea & coffee facilities ground coffee and cafetiere.
At The Who'd Have Thought It Inn your comfort is our number one priority. Additionally, each room is equipped with a satellite flat screen TV wireless broadband hairdryer and tea & coffee facilities. After a good night's sleep start your day with a delicious Devon breakfast served in the snug.
Our cooked breakfast options are freshly prepared to order - Our eggs are free range as is the Gloucester Old Spot pork sausage grilled bacon and black pudding with field mushrooms and vine tomatoes - freshly picked from our garden during summer. If you have an early start you can enjoy Croissants and Pain au Chocolate which we bake in the kitchen with a choice jams and marmalade fruit juice cereals and fresh fruit delivered to your room. We are happy to cater for vegetarians and those requiring gluten free When dining with us we will only ever serve you food we'd be happy to be served ourselves which is why all our chicken & eggs are free-range so is our pork.
Our steak is 28 day hung Dartmoor beef and we avoid air-freighting fruit & vegetables by buying seasonal & British produce wherever possible. Guests and visitors to the area are presented with a wealth of activities and attractions within walking distance from coarse fishing at Combe Fisheries to the glorious Buckland Abbey once home to Sir Francis Drake and now owned by the National Trust. The colourful labour of love that is the Garden House is in nearby Buckland Monochorum and the surrounding area plays host to many studios galleries and craft centres open to the public.
A little further afield is the historic town of Tavistock with its Pannier Market and delightful range of independent boutiques galleries and specialist shopping. Plymouth is a mere 15 minutes drive with its unique naval history.
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The Who'd Have Thought It is a quintessential 16th century Inn with seating in the restaurant for 34 dinner guests with an additional 12 seats in the main bar. Lunch and dinner are served seven days a week and our menus feature marvellous Devon produce including local seafood and game.
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Heritage Rated from 1- 5 (low-exceptional) on historic interest
Yelverton Travel and Heritage Information
Buckland Abbey - 0.1 miles (Historic House)
Garden House - 1 miles (Garden)
Denham Bridge - 1.1 miles (Historic Building)
Bere Ferrers, St Andrews Church - 2.7 miles (Historic Church)
Morwellham Quay - 3.4 miles (Museum)
Cadover Cross - 4.1 miles (Historic Building)
Cotehele, Chapel in the Woods - 4.2 miles (Historic Church)
Cotehele - 4.3 miles (Historic House)
Cotehele Mill - 4.6 miles (Historic Building)
Windy Post Cross and Bullseye Stone - 5.5 miles (Prehistoric Site)
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