The Walkhampton Inn is a 17th Century free house situated in the heart of Dartmoor National Park. It is located in the picturesque village of Walkhampton which lies on the Black Brook, a tributary of the River Walkham. The pub is a stones throw from the Walkhampton Common, which contains many archaeological sites as well as the quarry from which the granite that built the original London Bridge came. The common also provides many wonderful walk and cycle trails, as well as a unique granite church.There is a regularly changing local real ale and cider lineup, as well as special cocktails. We welcome dogs and is the perfect place to stop off whilst walking or cycling through.It is a classic country pub with an open fire and log burner as well and some exposed stone walls. With a warm, welcoming environment, there is no better place to get a feel for what a historic country pub should feel like.