GET DIRECTIONS

From M5;

From the M5 motorway at junction 31 the road splits into the A30 and A38. Take the right-hand fork towards Plymouth A38. At the 2nd split for the A380 stay right again and follow A38 Plymouth. Up the hill and down the other side stay on A38 and skip the next slip road for Chudleigh (unless you enjoy narrow, twisty, hilly single track roads, sat nav’s try to take you this way) and continue to the next exit. Look for the brown signs for “Canonteign Falls” turn right back over A38 and take the first right turn onto B3193. Follow this for about 2 miles then turn right again. Over 2 small bridges and follow 1 mile of single track road into the village of Trusham. Continue through the village and you will find us on the left.

From the west A30;

Follow the A30 until you get to the Devon Expressway and follow the A38 towards Plymouth. At the split for the A380/A38 stay right and follow A38 Plymouth. Up the hill and down the other side stay on A38 and skip the next slip road for Chudleigh (unless you enjoy narrow, twisty, hilly single track roads, sat nav’s try to take you this way) and continue to the next exit. Look for the brown signs for “Canonteign Falls” turn right back over A38 and take the first right turn onto B3193. Follow this for about 2 miles then turn right again. Over 2 small bridges and follow 1 mile of single track road into the village of Trusham. Continue through the village and you will find us on the left.

From the West A38;

Leave the A38 at Chudleigh Knighton/Teign Valley and turn left. Take the first right turn onto B3193. Follow this for about 2 miles then turn right again. Over 2 small bridges and follow 1 mile of single track road into the village of Trusham. Continue through the village and you will find us on the left.

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GLOWING REVIEWS

We stayed overnight at this wonderful old Inn. We were in the “Exe” room which was charming. Beautifully decorated with a large modern bathroom. The owners Paul and Ness were lovely. They were welcoming and very knowledgeable about the history of the building and surrounding area. The bar and other staff were also really welcoming. We had a really enjoyable 2 course lunch for ten pounds each, excellent value and wonderful home cooked food. The breakfast was great too! We will certainly be back!

TRISHA D.

Great christmas night out at the Cridford Inn. Barney the Chef did us proud 21 of us and everyone said it was fab.Ness and Karen running around after us all making sure we all had enough and keeping an eye on our drinks.The table was looked fab too ....will go back again and again thank you Ness and Paul.

JACQUIM

What a great find! A lovely old inn, serving good beer, an unusual but tasty ginger cider and really good home cooked food. Well worth going out of your way to visit this place.

JULIE B.

Fantastic family Sunday lunch. We ate here today as two families. The staff were very welcoming and helpful and the food was lovely. Would definitely recommend this place.

ANDREW

Our hosts were very welcoming, helpful and made our 2 night stay more than pleasurable. The food is exceptional and there is a wide choice of beer, wine and spirits. Overall our stay was excellent and the atmosphere in this beamed establishment very relaxing, we will visit again for sure

LEWED

What a lovely place to go, the new owners are absolutely delightful , Ness and Paul and they cannot do enough for you , the food is great too , I can especially recommend the Turbot absolutely scrummy . I hear they are doing Christmas lunch too if I’d not already paid a deposit elsewhere I’d be booking ! . Well done guys at last The Cridford feels loved and it’s clean too ! .

LIZ B.

We had an excellent lunch in this delightful inn, which is packed full of character. Would definitely recommend a visit here. They have an amazing range of spirits and local ales. Although we did not stay overnight, the rooms look very comfortable and well equipped.

COLIN