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Tel code: 01803 | code search
Postcode: TQ5 | code search
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Folk Customs:
Burning the Ashen Faggot
Hatherleigh Carnival Tar Barrels
Kingsteignton Ram Roast
Passing the Port
Pretty Maid’s Charity
Tar Barrels & Rock Cannons of Ottery
The Barnstaple Shilling
Turning the Devil’s Stone

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Churston Court Inn
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Churston Court Inn
"Good Points: Beautifully furnished bathroom. Very comfortable bed Excellent food Bad Points: No hot water from shower. Not impressed with staff attitude at checkin process or some of the waitress ..." More

Churston Court Inn
"Good Points: the four poster bed and the overall decour of the hotel which took you back in time. General review: Aclear indication of the price breakdown of the final bill. ..." More

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Churston is a Coastal village on the English Riviera in Devon, with fine beaches and sandy coves cloaked by cliffs. The church of St Mary The Virgin is an interesting interlude so follow in Agatha Christies’ footsteps who often visited here. Or for an insight into the elegant age of Steam Travel climb aboard the Paignton and Dartmouth Railway which stops at Churston before continuing it’s travels through stunning countryside, with unforgettable views of coastline, across Hookhills and Broadsands two majestic examples of Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s building prowess..…. Or perhaps gliding along the River Dart in a Pleasure Craft is more for you. Reverse time by centuries with a visit to Dartmouth Castle which stands ever watchful over the River Dart, or there is Compton Castle which would grace any fairy story, built in the 14th Century has an intriguing history. Set within enchanting grounds complete with turrets, towers, portcullis this Medieval wonder even has a Rose Garden that fills the air with intoxicating scents. For younger visitors Brixham Aquarium has interesting creatures on offer , or perhaps Paignton Zoo will capture their hearts with a massive collection of animals and a chance to see the Crocodile Swamp and all who lurk there…………

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Churston Court Inn (0.03 miles)

Churston Court Inn

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Churston Court Inn, nestling beside the ancient church and listed grade 1. This is a historic gem with original stair cases, stone windows, and oak panelling and flagstone floors. The inn ... More

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Churston Court Hotel (0.03 miles)

Churston Court Hotel
Churston Court Hotel is set in the heart of Torbay, the English Riviera, situated in Churston near the hamlet of Galmpton, minutes away from all attractions of the South Devon coast.

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Elberry Farm (0.47 miles)

Elberry Farm
The working farm is situated in an idyllic location, a few minutes walk from Broadsands beach and Elberry cove. We offer a warm welcome, with comfortable rooms and delicious, fresh, home cooked food. Guests of ... More | visit website
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The Weary Ploughman (0.57 miles)

The Weary Ploughman
A warm welcome awaits you at the Weary Ploughman, a Restaurant, Bar and Hotel located on the A3022, the main road that runs from Paignton to Brixham.The Weary Ploughman was originally built as a railway ... More | visit website
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White Horse Hotel (0.57 miles)

White Horse Hotel

This highly recommended, family-run guest house is set in its own grounds and is ideal for touring the area and enjoying the coastal walks that take in some of Devon's best scenery.

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Anchorage Guest House (0.94 miles)

Anchorage Guest House

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Bob & Annick warmly welcome you to their family run guest house located conveniently on the main road in Brixham. The guest house is close ... More

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The Manor Inn (0.96 miles)

The Manor Inn

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The Manor Inn has been the local pub in the Dartside village of Galmpton since the 19th Century but in recent years had become a nationally managed chain pub. Fed ... More

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Churston at Seacove (1.00 miles)

Churston at Seacove

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Set just 100 yards from glorious sand and shingle Fishcombe Cove, these single storey properties are two of a group of five perfectly placed to enjoy the ... More

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Woodlands Guest House (1.24 miles)

Woodlands Guest House
Paul and Rita Pope welcome you with warm friendly hospitality to our family run, Bed Breakfast in Devon. Woodlands Guest House is situated in the picturesque fishing village of Brixham, Devon ,the ""English Riviera"", just ... More | visit website
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Smugglers Haunt Hotel (1.25 miles)

Smugglers Haunt Hotel
Small friendly hotel in the middle of Brixham close to shops and just five minutes walk from the harbour. This quaint town boasts a big fishing port, harbour and breakwater perfect for fishing trips, sea ... More | visit website

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First Steam Locomotive Runs - 1804, Marx publishes The Communist Manifesto - 1848, Battle of Gujarat - 1849, Battle of Verdun Begins - 1916, SS Mendi Sunk off Isle of Wight - 1917
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