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Inns in Buckfastleigh

The Tradesmans Arms
The Tradesmans Arms
Scorriton

Buckfastleigh
Devon

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The Tradesmans Arms is a Country Inn situated within The Dartmoor National Park, 3 miles from Buckfastleigh. We have recently renovated after 15 months closure and upon re-opening was featured on BBC1 Spotlight and BBC1 Inside Out. Enjoy the unique experience of being able to walk straight from the front door onto the Dartmoor National park, returning to find open log fires and warm hospitality, or relaxing in our beer garden overlooking the stunning Little Combe Valley. The Tradesmans Arms is also on the path of the Two moors way. From our location at Scorriton you are driving distance from the historic cities of Exeter and Plymouth and also the entire south Devon coast - the perfect location for a short break or a longer stay. Rooms at The Tradesmans Arms have all been renovated to a very high standard which includes flat screen TVs , Wifi internet access, extra large showers in the en suites, brand new furniture and carpets and also central heating. The rooms also have amazing views looking out over 'Little Combe Valley' So you can enjoy watching the sheep grazing in the fields or the sun rising in the morning.

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