2 The Square,
EX16 8AE

Tel: 01884 861263

Andy and Barbara Would like to welcome you to The Mitre Inn, a Grade Two listed building situated on the Two Moors Way in the lovely village of Witheridge, midway between Dartmoor to the South, and Exmoor to the North.

Built by the Benson family in 1840 with the intention of catching the passing trade brought about by the opening of the new Turnpike Road, Aston House, later to be renamed The Mitre, was on the site previously occupied by Hodge's Tenement which was demolished to make way for the new building. Only one part of the original tenement remains, and is now known as Mitre Cottage

The Mitre Inn has a friendly, welcoming atmosphere providing Bed and Breakfast accommodation, a full licensed bar serving an excellent selection of beers, wine and spirits including local Real Ale, and a separate restaurant with an extensive menu. Many dishes are home made. Food is also available as a take-away for those people on the go!

The Mitre Inn has four letting bedrooms, two double bedrooms, a further double bedroom with en-suite facilities, but with a shower only, and also one family bedroom with a double bed and two singles, and which is fully en-suite with a bath and a toilet. All of the rooms are clean and comfortable, and have recently been redecorated and equipped with modern furnishings. Guests will find excellent facilities including colour television, tea and coffee making facilities, and full central heating.

There is a surcharge of £5.00 for single occupancy.

Laundry facilities can be provided at a small charge for walkers of the Two Moors Way if required. The hours listed on the site are seasonal spring/summer hours. Until Easter we open from 12- 11 Tues - Sat, and the restaurant is closed on Thursdays. Meals will still be provided on Thursdays until Easter for all bed and breakfast residents.

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