Welcome to Bearslake Inn, a traditional thatched pub serving great, locally sourced food and offering quality accommodation in the stunning Dartmoor National Park. Bearslake Inn is situated in the hamlet of Lake in the picturesque North West corner of Dartmoor.
Our chef’s specialise in local produce and lucky for us the West Country is blessed with wonderful supplies of meat, fish, vegetables as well as a host of small artisan producers of cheese, ice cream and smoked products. Where and whenever possible we always try to source these direct from the farmer, fisherman or grower. Our shopping criteria is simple; best quality and locally produced (if not hyper-local then Devon).
Located between the small market towns of Tavistock and Okehampton on the A386, Bearslake Inn is an ideal base from which to explore the delights of the local Moors and Tor’s of the Nation Park. We have six spacious en-suite letting rooms (four of which are dog friendly) and plenty of parking. Just two miles south of the A30 and the border between Devon and Cornwall, it is easy to reach and yet is set amidst the glorious remote walking country. The magnificent Sourton Tor, Corn Ridge and Great Links Tor are all just a walk away with the Granite Way cycle path running directly behind the pub.
Owners, Julian and Lisa have lived in the area for 10 years and took over the Bearslake Inn in March 2018. They are delighted to have the opportunity to build on Bearslake Inn’s reputation and they both look forward to welcoming you to their charming pub.
The Cider Press is situated on the first floor in the 16 th century Parlour wing to the front of the building. This is a double room with king size bed en-suite bathroom with bath and shower. Oozing olde worlde charm you will sleep soundly in this comfortable bed as you dream of how life used to be when this was the farmers' main bedroom. This room is unable to accommodate dogs
The Longhouse Suite stretches over most of the main part of the old building. You enter the room to a lobby with the en-suite bathroom with bath and shower to the left, through to the main bedroom and on to a second sleeping area. Accommodation is one king size bed and two single beds. This part of the building is 16th century and earlier hence there are low windows and low beams. This room is unable to accommodate dogs
The Roost is accessed from the garden. This B&B room has a good view of the garden, across to the stream and on to farmland with Dartmoor behind. Accommodation comprises one double and one single bed with en-suite bathroom. This room is able to accommodate dogs
The Saddle room suite is huge. There are two separate areas to the suite, one with double bed, seating area and dining table and chairs; the other with two single beds and seating. The bathroom has separate bath and shower.
This room is able to accommodate dogs. Access is from the garden with a view of the stream and across farmland up to Dartmoor.
The Garden room is on ground level although there are a few steps to reach both the garden and the room. This is a bright cheery room with a view across the garden up to Dartmoor. B&B room comprises king size bed, and en-suite shower room. This room is able to accommodate dogs
The Hayloft, situated on the first floor, you can open the double French doors at the end of the room and enjoy a spectacular view of the stream and the moor. Add a glass of wine.... ah! just lovely. Accommodation comprises king size bed, seating area and en-suite shower room. This room is able to accommodate dogs
Dogs stay free