Inside one of England's highest pubs where a fire has been burning for 174 years

Take a look inside one of England's highest pubs where a fire has been burning continuously in the hearth - for a staggering 174 YEARS. The traditional Warren House Inn in Dartmoor, Devon is more than a mile from the nearest farm. A blaze has been smouldering in the grate next to the bar since 1845 despite its isolation - and has never once looked like going out. The pub, run by Peter Parsons and his wife Janet, burns through a staggering amount of logs each month. The pair have estimated they use an amazing three Transit vans full of wood - and they're not cheap.

Filmed on 12th December 2019