FAQ's - Frequantly Asked Questions
Do you have plenty of car parking space?
Our pub is blessed with plenty of off road parking. More than enough for the pubs needs providing all drivers are considerately parked.
Do you have bike storage?
Yes we do. At the pub we have bike rails for you to secure your bikes to or we have under cover lockable storage. Please ask at the bar for more details. Please bring bike locks in line with your insurance policy as bikes are stored at the owners risk and the management will not accept any liability for any accidents, damage or loss incurred
Do you have any outside space or a pub garden?
We have plenty of outside space. We may have one of the prettiest and best kept secret pub gardens in Devon and the Dartmoor National Park. We have seating outside for over 100 guests, a stream running through the garden and views over open farmland and the moors and tors to the distance. Don't forget the outside bar we have so there is no need to walk too far for your next drink!!!
Do you offer a roast option on a Sunday?
Indeed we do. We are very proud of our roast option at Bearslake Inn. Each week our chefs roast up to four joints of locally sourced meat. We also offer a vegetarian nut roast and a fish option alongside a few other menu choices.
Do you cater for allergies, intolerances and dietary requirements?
Our service and kitchen team are very knowledgeable when it comes to allergy and dietary controls. We can almost cater for every eventuality with pre notice. We do always recomend booking and where nothing on our seasonal menus suit, our chefs will happily try their best to prepare something extra to accomodate your requirements.
Do I need to book a table for food or can i just show up?
We always recommend booking a table when you intend to dine with us at Bearslake Inn. We can get extremely busy and always give priority to our booked tables. If booking is not an option or if your visit is a last minute descusion, we of course welcome you to come but will have no guarantee that a table can be found for you to eat.
Is the pub children friendly?
Our pub is children friendly and we have a separate childrens menu available at all times. However should your child prefer an option from our regular menu then please speak to a member of our team and they can advise if this dish can be made for a smaller appitite (most can).
Are you dog friendly in the pub and rooms?
Almost all of our pub is dog friendly however we do not allow dogs into our formal restaurant and into four of our bedrooms. We do ask that all dogs (much like their owners) are on best behaviour at all times. Management will always reserve the right to refuse entry to dogs at certain times, however as of yet we never have.
Is there a dress code when eating in the pub?
No certainly not. We do ask that guests remain covered up at all times (even in the garden) out of respect for our other guests. Other than that we have no strict rules for guests on what to wear.
What time is Check in and Check out for room guests?
Due to the enhanced level of cleaning necessary to keep our guests Covid secure we have temporarily had to alter our check in and out times.
Are there lots of local attractions and things to do around Bearslake Inn?
Although we are situtated within the North-West corner of the Dartmoor National Park and surrounded by farmland and moorland we do have great links to the Market towns of Tavistock, Okehampton and Launceston (just a short drive accross the border into Cornwall). With three local towns so close and the centre of Exeter and Plymouth, both only fourty minutes away, there is plenty of shopping to be had should you incline.
What are your opening and food service times?
Bar: mon-tue closed
Bar: wed-sun 11am - close*
Food: wed-sun 12noon - 2.30pm | 5.30pm - 8.30pm*
*sunday 12noon - 4.00pm | 5.00pm - 8.00pm
What happens to my reservation or gift voucher expiry due to the Covid-19 Lockdown?
We understand that at present the whole country is going through a very uncertain time. We dont want to add any more stress to your already stressful lives.