In the centre of Berrynarbor you will find Ye Olde Globe, a traditional character pub filled with antiques and curios. It dates back to about 1675 when it was converted from three cottages. These were supposedly built about 1280 as accommodation for the stone masons who were building the Church.

The Lime-ash floors are over 400 years old and there is still a well located under the darts area.

Now it is a very active “village pub” with skittles and darts teams, quiz nights and many special occasions.

As well as bar food there is a separate dining room where there is an extensive menu  making use of locally sourced food where possible. Parties are catered for.

Children are welcome and there is a large Family Room with a toddlers’ indoor play area, There is also a garden area for the summer and open fires indoors for cooler evenings.

Ye Olde Globe is open every day serving food from

12 noon to 2.00 p.m. and 6.00 to 9.00 p.m.

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The Sawmill Inn lies opposite the end of Mill Lane on the Combe Martin to Ilfracombe road and adjacent to the Waterrmouth Valley camp site.

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