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“On the main road through the town, which requires lots of places places as it’s a small country road both before and after it, the pub directs you to the local car park for Georgeham if you require parking, although this is not far away. As it’s right up against the road there’s very little ground floor space for outside seating, but a couple of tables do exist outside its door, however they’ve built a wooden veranda against the pub on the first floor where a lot more seats and tables now exist, although the view is still of the road and a very large hedge so there are no views to be had, but it’s a nice enough space if the weather is good. The upstairs of this village pub also has a dedicated restaurant room, but you can eat anywhere. The downstairs is very traditional in design, low lighting, low ceiling, soft furnished, wooden beams, and wooden furniture, and very cosy. The bar in the middle of the back wall isn’t too long but packs in a row of ales, a couple of local keg ales and ciders, with some bottle cider also in the fridge behind. It’s never going to wow, but is a pretty decent selection for the size of this village in this remote part of Devon.“
ManVsBeer 1365 days ago
64 /100
Rock Inn (Bar)
“One of two pubs in village of Georgeham, with this just off the main road above it, about 50 metres away from the King’s Arms. It’s at the end of a row of houses with a central doorway leading into an open plan front area. The small bar is against the back wall on the right with seating in front, with the greater part of the seating on the left hand side, all suitable for dining as food is served here at lunch and in the evening. I believe there’s a more modern restaurant area at the rear, but I didn’t get that far. It has a lovely traditional pub atmosphere with wooden beams, wooden furniture, and a dimmed light look. There’s several tables out front and across from this a small car park. There’s five hand pumps with a mix of local and nationally available ales, although a little pricey.“
ManVsBeer 1365 days ago
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