Situated in the heart of the village, The Laurels Inn overlooks quintessential cob and thatched cottages in the foreground; and rolling Devon hills in the background. The Laurels Inn serves hearty pub meals and award winning beer and ale. On Sundays why not treat yourself to one of their sumptuous Sunday roasts?
A Brief History…
The Laurels Inn is a 17th century coaching house; over its four hundred year existence much has changed. The building was primarily a coaching house on the main route between Launceston and Lynton.
Subsequently, it became a magistrate’s court; then a home for fallen women of the parish; followed by a lodging house; coffee tavern and private house. In the 1970’s, it reopened as a public house.
Monday 3.00 pm – 10.00 pm
Tuesday 12 mid-day – 10.00 pm.
Wednesday – 12 mid-day – 11.00 pm
Thursday – 12 mid day – 11.00 pm
Friday – 12 mid-day – 12 midnight
Saturday – 12 mid-day – 12 midnight
Sunday – 12 mid-day – 10.00 pm.
Monday – No Food
Tuesday – Friday 12 mid-day – 2.00 pm and 6.00 pm – 9.00 pm
No Food on first Tuesday of the month as its Quiz night
Saturday 12 mid-day -3.00 pm and 6.00 pm – 9.00 pm.
Pre-booked Sunday Roast 12 mid-day – 3.00 pm otherwise normal menu applies.
Take away menu now available
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