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BLACKSMITHS

Plymtree

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Nestled in beautiful countryside in the attractive village of Plymtree just a short drive off the A373 Cullompton to Honiton Road  – we are really easy to find.   The Blacksmiths Arms is a traditional village pub with a large garden where the atmosphere of true village life is very much alive.  CAMRA has selected The Blacksmiths Arms for several years in their Good Beer Guide.

We stock a range of local Ales and have an extensive wine cellar where our wines are  chosen from around the world to reflect regional differences and tastes.  Supplier:  Christopher Piper Wines.

We are a Dog Fiendly Pub however all dogs must be kept on a lead.    

Our opening times are displayed on our website under opening times.

 

CONOVIRUS CUSTOMER NOTICE:  In line with government regulations we are taking contact details of our customers and visitors for Test and Trace.  

To help us maintain safe distances between customers inside our Pub, all tables have to be pre booked.  If you have not booked and we are full, to enable those that have booked to keep to social distancing rules you should have your drinks in our outside space of which there is plenty.  

 

Dining In -To help us maintain a varied menu all food has to be pre ordered.  This also avoids the handling of actual menu cards between guests.   Please click on Dining In tab at top of the page.  Then you need to phone us 01884 277474 to make your booking and pre order.  Please do note government guidance on social distancing which is currently 2 metres.  

 

We continue to operate our Take Out  Food and Beverage operation and home delivery (for those who are self isolating) within the village.   CLICK ON TAKE OUT MENU on the top display bar.   Also please do give us as much notice as possible espically for  home delivery.  Take-out is available Tuesday to Saurdayy 4pm - 8pm.  Sunday Roast available 2pm-6pm.  Please phone your order through rather than fb message or email as we can miss these. Thank You for all your Support.  

"Out of the way but not far away"

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