The Odd Wheel, Wembury has Reopened
Published: Aug 11th, 2010 |
I was on holiday in Wembury, Devon last week and I’m pleased to announce that Wembury’s only pub – the Odd Wheel was reopened in late July 2010.
You may have seen from previous posts that the pub closed in the autumn of 2009 and was for sale for many months. It appears that the owner of the Elburton Hotel in nearby Elburton recently acquired the Odd Wheel and has reopened it after a major refurb.
The focus of the pub is much more on food now but real ales are still available – including the tasty Guzzale from the local Summerskills Brewery. The other beers available last week were Sharp’s Doom Bar and Courage Best. I’m told that the real ale selection will vary once the pub has become more established.
My view is that the new Odd Wheel is better than the old version. It’s lost its quirkiness and 70s decor but now seems to be as popular and as welcoming as ever. The food is excellent and good value.
I’ll be updating my Odd Wheel pub review page very shortly.
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