Wembury is an attractive and affluent coastal village in the South Hams district of Devon. It is situated within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and is located on a spectacular stretch of coastline boasting dramatic cliffs, diverse wildlife and a beautiful beach, all under the guardianship of the National Trust. The village also has a post office and primary school. The City of Plymouth is approx. 7 miles from the village, as is the main A38 trunk road to Exeter, connecting to the motorway network.
The Odd Wheel is a distinctive, detached property with natural stone walls under a slate roof and large flat roof extension to the rear. The pub is prominently located on the junction of Traine Road and Knighton Road, being the main road into the village. The Odd Wheel has two distinct trade areas, with spacious owner’s accommodation on the first floor. Outside there is a good sized car park, decked trading area over 2 levels and a children’s play area with quality equipment. There is an attractive rural outlook from the rear of the property over the surrounding countryside.