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County - Devon | Map
Tel code: 01803 | code search
Postcode: TQ9 | code search
Population: 1540
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Folk Customs:
Burning the Ashen Faggot
Hatherleigh Carnival Tar Barrels
Kingsteignton Ram Roast
Passing the Port
Pretty Maidís Charity
Tar Barrels & Rock Cannons of Ottery
The Barnstaple Shilling
Turning the Devilís Stone

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Ways with Words Literature Festival
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Cott Inn
"Good Points: Cosy room, friendly staff Bad Points: The heating had not been put on before we arrived. Also it had been switched off during the next day so that when ..." More

Cott Inn
"Good Points: A very quaint historical building. General review: Comfortable accommodation.Well cooked breakfast served by very polite staff.

Date visited: 2007-11-15 ..." More

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"I was one of a group of nine volunteers with The British Trust for Conservation Volunteers who visited the Cott Inn Dartington for our day-off eventing meal on 25 April ..." More

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Dartington in South Devon on a great bend of the river Dart is situated not far from Totnes along the main road from Buckfastly. Although the famous Dartington glass can be purchased in its shops, visitors are surprised to learn it is actually manufactured in Great Torrington in the North of the county. The gardens of the 14th Century Dartington Hall at Totnes are well worth a visit. Features include grass terraces, woodland walks, wild flower meadows and a landscaped Japanese garden providing a quiet and tranquil spot for contemplation. Sculptures to be seen include granite swans, a brass donkey and a new modern piece by internationally recognised artist, Peter Randall-Page. The Dartington Cider Press Centre is a complex of shops, restaurants and traditional workshops including jewellery making and wood turning. The Centre is open 7 days a week all year round, with free parking, disabled access and picnic areas on-site. One of Devonís top tourist attractions, the Centre prides itself on the unique village atmosphere in which it is run. The church of St. Mary was completed in 1880 and is considered a fine example of Victorian building, spacious and light with lofty Beer stone arcades and clear glass.

Attraction

Cider Press Centre

Pub and Bar

Cott Inn

School

Bidwell Brook Special School

Taxi

Dart Taxis

Sports Clubs

Totnes and Dartington (Amateur Football)

Shops

Cider Press Centre

Places to Stay near Dartington

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The Great Grubb Bed and Breakfast (1.31 miles)

The Great Grubb Bed and Breakfast

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A warm welcome at The Great Grubb Bed and Breakfast. Four star contemporary accommodation that reflects the unique flavour of Totnes. We are located within walking distance of Totnes shops ... More

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Sea Trout Inn (The) (1.38 miles)

Sea Trout Inn (The)
The Sea Trout Inn is an idyllic, traditional Devon Inn dating back to the 15th Century situated in the beautiful surroundings of the Dart Valley, near Totnes. We have 10 en-suite letting rooms, a ... More | visit website
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Riverview (1.70 miles)

Riverview

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The apartment comprises two double/twin bedrooms, kitchen, large lounge/diner, with lovely view over the River Dart. It is on the second floor, approached by climbing some steps, with a large ... More

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Belsford Court Cottages (2.18 miles)

Belsford Court Cottages

An idyllic rural retreat for all the family nestling in the rolling hills and valleys of the South Hams, an area of outstanding natural beauty. The rural hamlet of Belsford is close to the pretty ... More | visit website

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Sladesdown Farm (2.27 miles)

Sladesdown Farm
Escape from the hustle and bustle of modern life to our small working farm in the beautiful Devon countryside. The property has a traditional romantic feel to it, and is in one of the UK's ... More | visit website
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Longacre B&B (2.55 miles)

Longacre B&B
Longacre is a beautiful converted Eighteenth Century Barn offering luxurious accommodation in beautiful countryside.
We are surrounded by organic farmland.
Set in the heart of South Devon, also known as the South Hams, just off the A38, ... More | visit website
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Greencott (2.55 miles)

Greencott
Our usual warm welcome awaits friends old and new at Greencott - a lovely house in the village of Landscove, only two and a half miles from the A38 and Ashburton. Greencott is set in ... More
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Broadhayes House (2.86 miles)

Broadhayes House

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This is bed and breakfast at its best - superb hospitality in a comfortable stylish home in beautiful surroundings. Broadhayes is a spacious house with spectacular views of farms and ... More

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Kilbury Manor (3.19 miles)

Kilbury Manor
Kilbury Manor is a charming 17th century, Grade 11 listed Devon longhouse set in a quite rural location just outside Buckfastleigh, South Devon. This AA 4 Star"Highly Commended" B&B offers four very comfortable rooms furnished ... More | visit website
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Pound Court Riverside B&B (3.58 miles)

Pound Court Riverside B&B
Set right beside the Harbourne River, this B&B is located amid the hills of the beautiful South Hams and is close to the coast and wonderful beaches. The river runs down the side of the building, ... More | visit website

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