The Mitre Inn is situated deep in the middle of the Devon heartlands in witheridge, which remains as a working and farming village.
an old coaching inn, built in the late 17th century that over the years has had many uses, from housing the local Vicarage, to becoming the first Veterinary practice within the village. In the early 1970s, the building was converted back into a public house and has remained so to the present day.
Since we acquired the Mitre inn in 2003, we have gradually increased its function from a pub, into both a highly respected restaurant and a small hotel. We have four double bedrooms, one family room and a self contained flat, all situated on the first and second floors of this beautiful old building.
The bar and Restaurant are both traditionally decorated to maintain the ambiance of an old english country inn, full of interesting bits and bobs and enhanced by an acclaimed menu and excellent selection of beers, wines and real ales.
In the winter there is a large open fire which heats the bar superbly and is a huge attraction as the flames flicker their warmth for the locals and visitors alike.
The two moors way, the well walked Devon coast to coast path, passes through the village of witheridge, with the mitre inn a central over night stay along this route. it is frequented Regularly by the many and various stout hearted ramblers from all over the world. There are several other shorter but no less, beautiful walks in the surrounding area which guests often take throughout their stay here.