Chardstock is an attractive and affluent village located on the eastern edge of Devon, close to Somerset and Dorset borders, situated just off the A358 road between Chard and Axminster. The village is surrounded by woodland and farmland and is within the Blackdown Hills area of outstanding natural beauty. The village church dates from the 19th Century and the pub is very much the focal point of the village.
The market town of Axminster is approximately 4½ miles to the south of Chardstock and is famous for its connections with the Axminster carpet which originated from the town. Chard is approximately 3 miles to the north of Chardstock and is well linked with the rest of the South West by the A30 and the A303. The area has many places to visit, with several visitor attractions, historic buildings and gardens nearby.
The George Inn is a fantastic example of a 15th Century Grade II Listed Thatched Village Inn. The construction is of stone with a thatched roof and the property has been tastefully extended to the rear. The Annexe was built in the 1980’s and is an attractive addition to the rear of the premises, creating a courtyard effect between the two buildings. The premises benefits from seating areas both to the front of the Inn, together with the courtyard and trade gardens to the rear. The pub benefits from a large car park to the rear with parking for approximately 30 cars.