Who'd Have Thought It
The Who'd Have Thought it Inn - Dog Friendly Pub in Milton Combe.
The Who'd Have Thought It Inn, Milton Combe dates back to 1540 and has retained many of its original features. The pub itself is nestled on the edge of Dartmoor in the picturesque village of Milton Combe and boasts two wood fires, exposed beams and a babbling brook just outside.
The National Trust owned home of Sir Francis Drake, Buckland Abbey is just a stones throw away.
The Who'd Have Thought It Inn in Milton Combe, is a cosy Devon Free-hold pub and Bed and Breakfast on the edge of Dartmoor National Park. We take great pride in serving fresh seasonal food, regularly changing real ales and quaffable wines in a picture post card setting, a stones throw from the National Trusts Buckland Abbey. We welcome dogs and offer the perfect place to relax in the garden to the sound of the babbling brook or warm your cockles by the log fires in the colder months.
The Whody is back in the care of owners Paul and Jacquie Lisney and pub dog Hector following an extensive but sympathetic refurbishment, we look forward to welcoming you.
The best of Devon and Cornwall on a plate, our menu reflects the changing seasons by making the most out of local ingredients when they are at their very best, sourced from local suppliers. Palmers of Tavistock supply our meat poultry and game and Moby Nicks ensure we have the freshest fish from the day boat catch landing at Plymouth Barbican every day.
At this cosy country pub, near Yelverton in Milton Combe we take good drink as seriously as we take good food and being a Free-house we are able to hand pick a regularly changing variety of real ales and ciders. We support small local craft breweries and there is always something to suit your taste and the Country Pub setting is cosy and atmospheric.
The Who'd Have Thought it Inn is the the only Bed and Breakfast near Yelverton in Milton Combe and boasts two comfortable en suite rooms featuring exposed beams and retaining many of the original features of this 16th century inn.
“Brilliant dog friendly country pub. Great food, lovely atmosphere where both species always feel very welcome. ”
- Angela McSweeney