The Mystery of Sherlock’s Devon Pub

Did you manage to catch BBC’s Sherlock last night? If so, you may be interested to learn that the picturesque ‘Devon’ pub featured in The Hounds of Baskerville is actually miles away in South Wales!

Called Cross Keys on screen, 16th Century Bush Inn can be found in St Hilary near Cowbridge where, with its thatched roof and cozy restaurant, it’s already popular with villagers.

Now thanks to its guest starring role on Sherlock, it’s likely to get punters flocking from far and wide to enjoy a drink or a meal and see for themselves where the top-rated drama was shot.

“Twitter was going mad last night during the show!” laughs owner Liz Silva Hooker. “We were warned how popular Sherlock is when we agreed to allow the pub to be used but the whole experience has been lovely.

“Everyone involved in the production from the stars to the producers and crew were absolutely lovely and charming; my husband Andrew and I and all the staff had a great time.”

For more Sherlock filming locations and many more buy The British Television Location Guide.

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