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The Trout and Tipple, Tavistock - pub details

Trout and Tipple

Address: Parkwood Rd, Tavistock, Devon, PL19 0JS [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 15025) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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I wasn't convinced that this pub would be open during the late afternoon. It advertises as being closed. But we dropped by and found it open. There were only 2 other customers. The owners seemed friendly enough though. The pub has a bar area and a similar sized restaurant area. The car park and trout farm are opposite. Take care if crossing the road, as cars come around the bend quite rapidly. Ales were Dartmoor Jail Ale, Otter Bright & St Austell Tribute. But there was no real cider. Moved on from here to the Whitchurch Inn, which was on the opposite side of Tavistock and is not listed on here.
blue_scrumpy - 4 Sep 2018 21:00
I regularly visited this pub when the previous owners had it. Called in recently and it seemed a bit run down. The main toilets were closed. The others were in a cold room which smelled damp and the choice of beer was less than it used to be. I didn't eat as the chef didn't start until 1pm
becked - 10 Nov 2012 20:28
Great pub, good ale and nice food with large portions, The staff are friendly. If your looking for a nice country pub feel with wood burning stove and a cosy feel this is it. a nice find.
morganman - 29 Dec 2011 16:25
Jail Ale very good the other night, as was the Teignworthy Spring Tide. Shame the pub wasn't busier but then it was a Winter Sunday night.
martins2 - 10 Dec 2011 00:51
My wife and two children visited tonight and found a very warm welcome, good beer and good food. There was a choice of 4 real ales (2 local Princetown Jail Ale and St Austell Legend, and two Bristol guest ales GW Beesknees and Wickwar BOB), all kept well and reasonably priced. The children were very welcome (and in fact two other families turned up while we were there so it is very child friendly). There is a good, reasonably priced menu board, with separate menu for the kids. There is a snug main bar with lots of inglenooks and beams, a larger dining area and a games room upstairs with pool and darts. The new owners are very friendly and accommodating. They even serve takeaway beer for a small deposit of a flaggon. Well worth the short walk or drive out of town for.

scasbri - 3 Aug 2011 21:06

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