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The Tally Ho Inn, Totnes - pub details

Tally Ho Inn

Address: Littlehempston, Totnes, Devon, TQ9 6LY [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 6991) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Totnes (1.4 miles), Paignton (5.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.0/10 (rated by 6 users)
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The Tally Ho is a great example of a thriving community pub. We're were hoping to eat here, but looked set to be disappointed when we saw all of the reserved signs when we walked in. Luckily there were 2 spare tables. So we enjoyed a nice meal. Not the cheapest, but decent quality. The landlady, staff and locals were all fairly friendly. Dartmoor Legend is the regular ale. There were also two guests - Exmoor Gold & South Hams Wild Blonde. I was also pleased to see a couple of ciders dispensed from the back wall of the bar. These were Hunts Mary Maud's & Yarde Cider. My Yarde was enjoyable. Certainly recommended.
blue_scrumpy - 30 Jan 2017 20:14
Re opened march28 2014 after 3 years, now a community pub, which is great as this is a fine old low ceiling atmospheric village pub,

choice of 3 ales Dartmoor Legend, Hunter's Dreamer, and Bays Topsail.

Pub was busy, roast lunches looked and were good.
Puddings were damn good and high calorie,

Definitely worth a visit, and tucked next to a wee quaint church.
popeye321 - 6 Apr 2014 18:37
Nice old building just opposite the church. One long bar and a medium-size beer garden / smoking area. Good welcome from management and staff. Like a lot of village pubs, doubles as locals' local and posh eatery, mainly the second. Menu looks good and varied; the only time I've tried it was fine. One real ale on in winter (Teignworthy Reel in v.g. condition when I've been in), may be more in summer. Dogs allowed but there is a pub cat so they must be on lead (and so they should).
davercox - 6 Mar 2010 07:06

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