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The Journey's End Inn


A short walk from the coastal path at Ayrmer Cove, this 13th-century village inn was built by monks and the original fires are still lit during the winter months. There are five different areas for drinkers and diners, plus a large beer garden, so there is plenty of space to enjoy local ales such as Otter Amber. Irish owner-chef Conor Heneghan worked in Australia and Thailand and his travels are reflected in dishes like crisp duck leg, hoisin sauce, cucumber, spring onion and steamed pancakes, which might be followed by charred swordfish steak, sweet potato, chilli and prawn salad.

Further information

Tel: 01548 810205
Please quote 'The AA'.
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Principal beers

Otter Ale & Amber, Sharp's Doom Bar


12-3 6-11 (Sat-Sun all day)


Mon (ex BH)


Children welcome.
Dog friendly.
Coach parties catered.



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From Exeter take A38 towards Plymouth. Left onto A3121 signed Modbury. Left onto A379 signed Modbury. From Modbury High St follow Ringmore & St Anne's Chapel signs. In St Anne's Chapel at Old Chapel Inn (on right) turn right signed Ringmore. Inn's car park opposite church on left. Walk 200yds downhill to pub

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