East Prawle, Kingsbridge, Devon
The Pigs Nose Inn is a traditional English Pub in East Prawle, overlooks the village green where there is plenty of parking and also a cafe and shop. The village is surrounded by breathtaking fields where people can camp in summer. The area is well known for its hidden beaches and coves and the beautiful coastal walks where a rare bird can sometimes be spotted called the 'Cirl Bunting".
Children and Dogs are very welcome!
The Pigs Nose Inn
Tel: (01548) 511209
Email: contact us
Summer Season [May - September]
Winter Season [October - April]
|Closed: Sunday Nights|
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The Pigs Nose Inn is a traditional pub dating back 500 years to when it was a smugglers inn and used to 'store the booty' from the various shipwrecks. Lesley and Peter Webber own the Pub for 10 years and have maintained the old fashioned values so hence you will find a 'knitting' corner as well as games and toys and there is a poolroom which is popular with the teenagers..oh there is also a dog menu!
The food we serve to you at the Pigs Nose Inn is real traditional pub food. Food you will never find served to you on oversized square plates with a minuscule blob in the middle costing you your whole wallet or purse and extra shifts in washing dishes. The menu is varied and changes most days with a few of the pub favourites always on display.
Here is a small example of what you might see on out menu;
This little piggy went to East Prawle, in Devon, to party to a 60s rock band. Lesley Gillilan joins the inn crowd.Lesley Gillilan
The Guardian, Saturday 27 June 2009
South Deven Camra Winner Pub of the Year 2011