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The Who'd Have Thought It Inn
Milton Combe
Yelverton
Devon

PL20 6HP | View map

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By choosing The Who'd Have Thought It Inn, you may be dining with us and staying just overnight on business, or perhaps seeking a short break packed with sightseeing or just wanting to escape the stresses of life and “get away from it all” and enjoy a quiet romantic interlude. Whatever the reason, your comfort is our number one priority.Each ensuite room has been sympathetically styled to enchance the 16th century features which are abound throughout this fine old building. With vaulted ceilings and original stone walls the rooms are luxuriously furnished. Chris and Ruth have used fine Egyptian cotton linens with top quality duvets and pillows and deep piled towels in the bathrooms. Additionally each room is equipped with flat screen TV, wireless broadband, hairdryer and tea & coffee facilities. In the morning you can enjoy a leisurely breakfast with choices from a fine selection of fresh local produce cooked to your personal requirements ensuring you of the best start to your day.

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