You'll find us in the heart of Scorriton Village near Buckfastleigh only a 3mile drive from the A38 Devon Express way. The Tradesmans Arms has recently been refurbished and re-opened on the 30th January 2009 after being closed for 14 months. The Tradesman's Arms is a traditional "country pub" with modern styling and a very friendly welcome. We offer quality real ales, homecooked food, a selection of wines and B & B accommodation.
The Tradesman's Arms was featured in the BBC1 programme '' inside out '' which tracked the progress of the renovation work through to the eventual reopening.
Enjoy the unique experience of being able to walk straight from the front door onto the Dartmoor National park, returning to find a warm atmosphere created by our wood burning stove and friendly welcoming staff. Alternatively relax in our beer garden overlooking the stunning Little Combe Valley. The Tradesmans Arms is also on the path of the Two moors way.
We are very proud to say that the Dartmoor National Park authority have awarded our accommodation with a 4 star rating. The Times newspaper, in an article in August 2009 rated the Tradesmans Arms as a 5 star public house. The quality of our real ales has been endorsed by CAMRA (campaign for real ale).
Choose from 8oz Rump, Gammon steak or Chicken fillet served with all the trimmings and a drink for ONLY £10.95 or Two steaks with all the trimmings and a bottle of house wine for only £25.
Choose from a range of curries including naan bread, pappadums and chutneys. OR choose from a range of our homemade Pies with choice of potatoes and seasonal vegetables. All meals come with a drink for ONLY £10.95
Quiz Starts 9pm-All Welcome
Come and Enjoy a Large Fresh Fish and Chips with Mushy or petit pois peas for only £9.50
Monday to Friday 12pm - 2.30pm and from 6pm - 11pm. Food served from 12pm -2.00pm and 6pm - 8.30pm
Saturday 12pm - 2.30pm and from 6pm - 12am. Food served 12pm - 2.30pm and 6pm - 8.30pm
Sunday 12pm - 10.30pm. Food Served from 12pm - 3pm and from 6pm - 8pm
"Four drinking pals were so upset when their local pub closed that they decided to buy it.
The friends had met in the Tradesmans Arms in Scorriton, Devon every weekend for 10 years so after it shut, they raised £230,000 to reopen it!"