Talaton, Devon EX5 2RQ

01404 822214

A traditional village inn in rural Devon...

...at the heart of the ancient village of Talaton, Devon. Talaton was mentioned in the Doomsday Book and still remains a thriving village and community.

Re-opening 19th May

We are planning to re-open on Wednesday 19th May but please re-visit the website for confirmation.

Initially we will open Wednesday to Sunday for sit-down, takeaways or just a drink.

  • Lunch 12pm to 2pm Evening 6.30pm to 10.00pm
  • Friday Evening 6.30pm to 11.00pm
  • Closed Sunday Evening
  • Food Served Lunch 12pm to 2pm Evening 6.30pm to 9.00pm

Temporarily closed, no takeaways

In the meantime, due to the latest national lockdown, sadly the Talaton Inn remains closed and we are not offering a takeaway service.

Apologies for any inconvenience and we appreciate your understanding.

Thank you for your custom and support.

Keep safe and well and we look forward to welcoming you back soon.

Maria and Jan

Local brews, traditional fayre

When we are open...

The Talaton Inn is a free house serving an extensive range of beers, including some excellent local brews.

Our food is traditional pub fayre, created by Jan our Chef and prepared using local produce.

We also offer great value Sunday roasts - voted the Times Top 5 in Devon.

Popular village venue

When we are open...

The Talaton Inn offers an open plan interior with wooden floors and a double burner stove, whilst remaining sympathetic to the inn's origins.

While outside is a large car park and plenty of seating to watch the village go by.

Sporting activities are an important part of village life and the Talaton Inn is home to several teams, including darts, euchre and skittles.

We also have our own skittle alley-cum-function room to hire and as such the Talaton Inn plays an active role in village life.

There is plenty to see in Talaton and from here you can access many walks of varying intensity in and around the beautiful Devon countryside.

The village is seven miles west of Honiton and four miles north of Ottery St Mary, close to Escot Gardens, Cadhay Manor House and Killerton House, so well worth a visit.