Double rooms with en-suite shower room.
All rooms have tea/coffee making facilities and TV’s
Breakfast is a help yourself to cereals, toast, fruit and yogurt.
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The Palk Arms, a 16th Century Free House Pub set high above the Teign Valley, has wonderful panoramic views over the rolling hills and beautiful countryside.
The Palk Arms, a 16th Century Free House Pub set high above the Teign Valley, has wonderful panoramic views over the rolling hills and beautiful countryside. We are near Bovey Tracey and within the Dartmoor National Park.
Jane and Ivan took over in April 2012, with the aim of creating a proper local. We offer proper pub grub, great real ale and a wide selection of wine. There is plenty of room either by the fires, on the sofa or at a table admiring the view.
The Palk has become once again a favourite with walkers, cyclists, horseriders, tourists and locals. Why not come and join us for a beer and experience a proper Devon pub?
We are only 2 miles from the reservoirs of Trenchford, Tottiford and Kennick – ideal for a picturesque walk or cycle to build up a thirst or to burn off a hearty roast dinner!
If using Satnav please use postcode TQ13 9PW and continue up the hill, signposted to Hennock.
Hennock is best reached via the road linking Chudleigh Knighton to Bovey Tracey (the B3344). About half way between these two is a crossroads (Dunley Cross), if coming from Chudleigh Knighton turn right towards Hennock; if coming from Bovey Tracey turn left towards Hennock. If coming northbound on the A38 from Plymouth/ Newton Abbot, take the exit signposted 'B3193/Chudleigh Knighton/Kingsteignton', turn left at the junction and after 1/2 mile go straight ahead at the crossroads towards Hennock.
If coming southbound on the A38 come off at the junction for Chudleigh Knighton/Teign Valley, follow the road past Finlake, take the next right into Chudleigh Knighton, drive through the village, past the village hall and take the right hand turn signposted to Bovey Tracey. About 100 yards after you leave Chudleigh Knighton take the right hand turn signposted to Hennock and the follow the road all the way up the hill.
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