Claycutters Arms

This beautiful historic thatched pub blends classic architecture with an eclectic décor creating a wonderful space with a sophisticated yet relaxed atmosphere.

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A proper Devon Pub with great local ales and food - The Claycutters Arms

Situated in Chudleigh Knighton and packed with charm and character, this traditional thatched village pub is easily reached just off the main A38 Exeter to Plymouth road (the ‘Devon Expressway’) between Chudleigh, Bovey Tracey and Newton Abbot. Offering a warm welcome and great food in relaxed surroundings, the pub is ideal for travellers and locals alike.

We serve a highly rated Sunday Lunch.

Full pub lunch and restaurant dinner menu complemented by ever-changing specials is available every day, in addition to a wide range of real ale and an extensive wine list.

Dog friendly, plenty of parking, large outdoor seating area and kids playground.

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Claycutters Arms

Chudleigh Knighton,
Newton Abbot, TQ13 0EY

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