Each month members of the Eating Out Group, take it in turns to organise a lunch at a venue of their choice, and this month Anne Leader picked the Warren House Inn at Postbridge.
The Warren House Inn stands isolated and remote high on Dartmoor. At 1425ft (434m) above sea level, it is the highest Inn in Southern England and also said to be the loneliest.
The Inn is a Free House and is owned by the Duchy of Cornwall, as is much of the surrounding area. It has no mains facilities at all and is totally self sufficient. Electricity comes from one of the two diesel generators and the gas, used for cooking, is LPG from a storage container. Water is gravity fed from an underground spring and the sewerage system is a self contained septic tank.
Warren House Inn also has the distinction of being on the route of the Dartmoor Explorer and 14 members of the Eating Out Group enjoyed the beauties of Dartmoor en route to their delicious lunch.
A great lunch at the Warren House Inn, and no better way to travel than by The Dartmoor Explorer.