The Royal Inn at Horsebridge dating back to the 15th Century is located on the Tamar Trail in the beautiful Tamar Valley. The Inn itself was once a nunnery and stands near the ancient Horsebridge, which was built over the River Tamar in 1437 by French Benedictine monks.
With beamed ceilings and open log fires, the inn offers a selection of real ales, wines, spirits and non-alcoholic drinks. The restaurant is open for lunches and evening meals and offers traditional home-cooked food using local sourced produce.
For more information please visit www.royalinn.co.uk