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Ann, the new landlady, took over in mid December 2019. Currently she and her son are restoring this pub to its former glory, which is not expected to complete until spring 2020. The George Inn is a charming 15th century Inn located in the picturesque village of Chardstock, close to the Devon, Dorset and Somerset borders, on a back road off the main A358 road to Chard. It has an unusual feature where you go downstairs to the bar when entering from the car park. It was originally a Church or Parish House, and evidence of the building's age can be seen in the Snug area of the bar, where there is dated Graffiti from 1649 and earlier. Many original features remain, such as a fireplace, old oak beams and a beautiful piece of linen fold panelling in the Lounge Bar Area. Accommodation will also be available in the future after a refurbishment. There is a skittle alley that can double as a function room, and darts and pool are played. There is outside seating, and the pub is dog friendly.