The Yarcombe Inn is a traditional british pub, offering real ale, fine wine and good pub grub to visitors in Devon. The historic Pub, which can be found in Yarcombe, East Devon, was taken over in October 2009 by the village community and is now run entirely as a Community Inn by volunteer staff.
The pub offers wholesome, homecooked pub grub and a great atmosphere to drink in, for anybody to enjoy, which is typical to the area of Devon. With a bar, restaurant, skittles alley, beer garden and customer car park, the business also has polite staff enabling customers to have a great time.
Offering homecooked pub food, the Yarcombe Inn provides food every evening except Sunday and Monday, and on Thursday and Friday Lunctimes. These meals are produced by the pubs chef are ideal for people of all ages including a great childrens menu. Available on Sundays at a reasonable price, the Sunday roasts are very popular with the local villagers and can be booked in advance to make sure of a table.
The Yarcombe Inn has a satisfied local customer base, located in and around the Honiton areas in East Devon, including many visitors from all over the uk in the summer months for weddings and then nights of skittles in the winter.
With welcome that comes from being entirely a voluntary endeavour, the Yarcombe Inn has a warm atmosphere, and a qualified chef designing and preparing a homecooked menu of good pub food. Renowned for good food, good ale and good company, there are also a number of musical and entertainment events to which all are welcome.
The Yarcombe Inn is a Pub in Yarcombe, East Devon.
The company is managed by a Committee of dedicated volunteers who have committed themselves to making this a successful community venture the with a variety of experiences but a common purpose. Having previously gained experience in a number of fields including hospitality, finance, engineering and even the Church, The team are more than able to oversee the company.
1 customer review
11 Aug 2012
After seeing the Yarcombe Inn on TV we thought we would call in on Sat 4th Aug 2012 for lunch, we found a miserable menu, dogs lying all-over the bar floor, kids in and out and to cap it all very very loud music being played. So we decided to drink up the one drink we had purchased and clear off quickly. We ended up in Ilminster and had a very nice meal there, never to return to Yarcombe Inn.