- 4 guest reviews
"Stayed here one night. Hotel was delightful. Lots of work being done to restore this beautiful 16th century building but didn't affect our s..."
"Booked as a stopover en route back from Cornwall. A warm welcome , really comfortable bed and great food and drink and good company - we int..."
"Overnight stay as we were down to watch the British Fireworks competition in Plymouth. A lovely village setting, a beautiful room, comfy bed..."
About the hotel
At The Who'd Have Thought It Inn your comfort is our number one priority. With vaulted ceilings and original oak beams the rooms are luxuriously furnished with fine linens, top quality duvets and deep piled towels in the bathrooms. Additionally each room is equipped with a satellite flat screen TV, wireless broadband, hairdryer and tea & coffee facilities.
When dining with us we will only ever serve you food we'd be happy to be served ourselves, which is why all our chicken & eggs are free-range. So is our pork. Our steak is 28 day hung Dartmoor beef and we avoid air-freighting fruit & vegetables by buying seasonal & British produce wherever possible. In the morning enjoy a leisurely breakfast from our a la carte menu ensuring the best start to your day. Guests and visitors to the area are presented with a wealth of activities and attractions within walking distance, from coarse fishing at Combe Fisheries to the glorious Buckland Abbey, once home to Sir Francis Drake and now owned by the National Trust. The colourful labour of love that is the Garden House is in nearby Buckland Monochorum and the surrounding area plays host to many studios, galleries and craft centres open to the public. A little further afield is the historic town of Tavistock with its Pannier Market and delightful range of independent boutiques, galleries and specialist shopping. Plymouth is a mere 15 minutes drive, with its unique naval history, the marina and the Barbican whose pubs and characters were a life long inspiration to local artists Beryl Cook and Robert Lenkiewicz. With the Royal theatre, legendary Plymouth Hoe and Fabulous shopping the city is a bustling fusion of history and modernity. Yet all this is perhaps dwarfed by the wild and spectacular Dartmoor National Park, which provides a craggy backdrop of moorland and Tors, wild ponies, rare birdlife and breathtaking views and what better base for refreshment and relaxation than the Who'd Have Thought It Inn, Milton Combe.
- Car parking available onsite
- Restaurant, Bar
- Wi-Fi Available In Public Areas
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100% would recommend it to a friend
Quaint But Full Of Character and a Lovely Place To Stay
Stayed here one night.
Hotel was delightful. Lots of work being done to restore this beautiful 16th century building but didn't affect our stay at all, in fact it was great to see the work Chris the owner was doing to keep it going for many more years to come. Our room was superb - it was modern but with a traditional vaulted ceiling and was far bigger than we expected from when we first arrived. Only issue was that due to the building being at staggered heights, one of our windows faced onto the car park at ground level so we had to close the curtains. The service in the bar was excellent as was the food, which was reasonably priced and good quality.
There is lots of parking at the back and it is definitely free so don't let the 'free parking may be available' comment put you off if you are driving. We would definitely recommend it.
A great find
Booked as a stopover en route back from Cornwall.
A warm welcome , really comfortable bed and great food and drink and good company - we intend to come back and use this pub again as a base for Dartmoor