The Pigs Nose Inn is a traditional English pub in East Prawle that overlooks the village green and local shop. The village is surrounded fields with breathtaking views where people can camp in summer months and fabulous hidden beaches with beautiful coastal walks with rare wildlife. You could also take a walk to East Portlemouth where you can catch the ferry over to Salcombe for the shops, cafés, and restaurants.
We are proud winners of CAMRA local award with a selection of local and popular ales poured directly from casks behind the bar. Serving tantalising tasty ales from South Hams Brewery, Otter Brewery and during the holidays we have a guest ale.
The pub dates back more than 200 years, during which in its history had been a Victorian hotel and a smugglers inn used to ‘store the booty’ from the various shipwrecks around the coast then being changed slightly to a petrol station when cars started appearing. The Webber family have owned the pub for more than 15 years and have tried to maintain the old fashioned values to keep the aesthetic.