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    Type Pub B&B
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    Bedrooms 6
  • From £55 per room per night

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Just like the coaching inns of old, we provide a relaxed home-from-home for locals and visitors alike. We're a friendly local pub, with fantastic cask ales and great British pub food.

 The Five Dials Inn offers 6 comfortable & contemporary guest rooms. All enjoy en-suite shower rooms, flat screen TV's, tea & coffee making facilities and free internet access. Awarded 4 stars by Enjoy England.
Single occupancy from only £55 per room, doubles from £65 per room inclusive of breakfast.

Managed by Head Chef Kirsty Earnshaw, our kitchen produces fresh seasonal food with daily changing specials board.
Emphasis is placed on keeping flavours simple and unpretentious with fresh fish daily from Brixham and meat, game and vegetables from local suppliers.

Food is served Tuesday - Sunday 12pm - 2pm & 6.30pm - 9pm (8.30pm on Sundays)

Real Ale
Expect to find 3 real ales on the bar, full time residents include 'Otter Bitter' and 'Sharp's Doom Bar' as well as a guest. We are proud of our Cask Marque accreditation and take the quality of our beer seriously!

Wine
We offer a comprehensive selection of wines from around the world supplied by Regency Wines. Please click on the links at the top of the page for full lists.

Somerset Cider
We are spoilt for choice here with traditional local ciders from Perrys in Dowlish Wake and Burrow Hill (as well as their unique and famous Somerset Cider Brandy). We also stock Thatchers Gold and Dry Blackthorn.

Ratings

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    Double En-Suite 

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    Sleeps 2
  • From £55 per room per night
  • The Five Dials, Horton
  • The Five Dials, Horton
  • The Five Dials, Horton
  • The Five Dials, Horton

All 6 rooms enjoy en-suite shower rooms, flat screen TV's, tea & coffee making facilities and free internet access. 

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