How To Find Us

The Old Exeter Inn is situated in the ancient Stannary Town of Ashburton on the edge of Dartmoor in South Devon. We’re halfway between Exeter and Plymouth just off the A38. There are long and short stay car parks behind us.

For ideas about places to go, things to do, eating and drinking, and staying on the remarkable place that is Dartmoor, download the magazine Discover Dartmoor 2022!

Winter Opening Times

Drinks

 

Sunday – Wednesday 12pm – 8pm

Thursday – Saturday 12pm – 10pm

 

The Bar will stay open later if it is busy 

at our discretion 

 

Meals Served

 

Monday – Saturday

12pm-8pm (Pre-booked only after 6pm)

 

Sunday Lunch

3 Sittings 12.30pm, 2.30pm, 4.30 pm

We only serve Roasts on Sundays 

 

Bookings Alway Advisable

 

Table Booking is always advised given our size 

and layout of small rooms 

Our Bookings Line is 01364 652013

We're Cashless

We only take cards at Old Exeter Inn. We are Contactless to £100 per transaction. We accept Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, V Pay, American Express, Diners, and JCB.

We accept Visa, Mastercard, Amex and more

Join Club1603

Old Exeter Inn Club1603

Join Club1603 and you will be rewarded with complimentary drinks and valuable discounts on food. As a member, you’ll also receive regular benefits, special offers, invitations to events and even surprise gifts! Ask when you are next in.

Supply Us

We work with some brilliant breweries of all sizes from all over the world. Craft cider (a term seldom used) and perry producers make it here too in quite a big way.
 

If you’re involved in producing beverages with a genuine real taste and want to showcase your products (draught or packaged), at the Old Exeter Inn, then we want to hear from you. And that goes for Spirits too. We’re aiming to build up our bottle range to over 750 in the coming years. Please kindly complete the form below and we’ll be in touch. Thank you.

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