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Popped out for an evening meal, nothing special but very acceptable, quite a small eating area but quite cosy .nice gardens if you want to sit outside and plenty of parking a welcoming village inn, certainly worth a look, dogs were in the bar but...More
Having played fives at Blundell's School on Saturday morning, our touring team, arrived at The Butterleigh for a very filling lunch and some essential rehydration therapy. All praised the lunch, with special mention for the filled baguettes, and the variety of reasonably priced beers. We...More
Arrived at the Butterleigh Inn after walking a 10.5 mile section of our Land's End to John o'Groats charity walk fully intending to camp for the night and the owners Simon and Amanda said we could camp around the back of the pub. However, after...More
Thank Dorothy F
Response from Matthew G, Owner at The Butterleigh InnResponded 25 February 2016
Thank you for your review, it would have taken a heart of stone to see you put up, and then sleep in a tent with hail pouring from the sky, and we were pleased to be able to make a contribution to your mammoth fundraising...More
My husband, baby son and I stopped at the Butterleigh Inn for lunch midway through a long walk and were greeted by two friendly bar/land ladies who went out of their way to make us feel comfortable & one of the regulars at the bar...More
My parents have moved back to Devon and I'm so happy that this is their new local!
The Sunday Cavery is absolutely delicious. Real home cooking, gorgeously tender meat, loads of fresh vegetable choices and perfectly crispy roast potatoes. The leeks in cheese sauce were...More