The Pickwick Inn stands in the centre of the hamlet of St Ann’s Chapel in the beautiful South Hams district of Devon. The popular coastal village of Bigbury on Sea is less than two miles away, with its fantastic beach and the renowned Burgh Island opposite. St Ann’s Chapel is found off the A379 trunk road running between Kingsbridge and Plymouth, being 6 miles and 15 miles away respectively. The A38 dual carriageway linking Plymouth to Exeter is 8 miles from the Inn. There a host of visitor attractions and places of interest close to the Pickwick Inn, including the beach at Bigbury on Sea, with its popular water sports and surfing school, Burgh Island, Bantham beach, Wembury and the National Marine Aquarium at Plymouth to name a few.
A substantial Grade II listed village Inn with painted stone walls under a slate roof. The property has been extended over the years with a feature 13th century chapel at its heart. There are five en-suite Bedrooms on the first floor, currently used by the owner but could be converted back to letting rooms under new ownership.