A traditional thatched pub set in the picturesque village of Drewsteignton, Devon. Located on the edge of the Moor, and just a few miles from the A30, it offers the perfect country retreat and is an ideal base to explore this beautiful, unspoilt and rugged part of the country.
The Drewe Arms has the honour of being listed on CAMRA's inventory of historic pub interiors. The pub itself has evolved out of a series of cottages, with two rooms reserved for those who want to partake in an ale or two by the fire, while taking in the atmosphere of this unspoilt, ancient pub.
The bar is a cosy and intimate room, with fixed seating, benches and tables and a toasty open log fire. The snug has a wood burner, and a selection of traditional pub games such as bar billiards and shove 'alfpenny. There is no counter with drinks served from three serving hatches, which have remained unchanged for centuries.
We have a great reputation for our real ales, and an extensive wine list with many available by the glass. There is also, of course, a large selection of soft drinks, lagers, ciders and spirits.
Dogs on leads are welcome in the bar, as are well behaved children.
The restaurant in The Drewe Arms is a relaxed, informal place to eat mouthwatering and tasty dishes, sourced from local suppliers and cooked with passion by our excellent chefs. Our menu contains a range of British Pub Classics with a contemporary and creative twist. Our specials boards are updated regularly with ingredients such as fresh fish from Brixham, local game and meat, and seasonal vegetables.
We work with local suppliers wherever possible, our butchers are based in Exeter and Chagford, our fruit and vegetable merchant works with local farmers to ensure the produce is fresh and seasonal, our fish merchant has over 20 years experience. We try to use local artisan food suppliers, our bread comes from Okehampton and our cheeses are from Honiton.
Our food is complemented by an extensive wine list with 30 fabulous wines from all over the world.