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County - Devon | Map
Tel code: 01548 | code search
Postcode: TQ9 | code search
Population: 490
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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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Old Rectory
"it was so nice to see my old home again. my father was rector from 1936-1949, revd mark sutton. i cannot remember much about the rectory but i was very impressed ..." More

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The Devon village of Diptford snuggles peacefully in the foothills of Dartmoor. It has a vibrant and active community with many village events and activities scattered throughout the year. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Diptford overlooks the river Avon. It is believed the village name comes from “Deep ford”, The site of a river crossing. There are some lovely walks for visitors following footpaths in and around the village, but the services and amenities are as basic as expected in a rural village. There is currently no bus service serving Diptford village. It would make the perfect location for a get away from it all holiday, but not one for those who like action packed vacations. Approaching the village along the Avon valley, the skyline is dominated by the spire of the 13th Century St. Mary’s church. The church plays a central role in village life. The Diptford and District Show takes place in July and is undoubtedly the highlight of the village year with something for all tastes and interests. For days away from Diptford itself, journey on the Devon Railway or take a leisurely day cruise on the Dart river enjoying spectacular scenery and wildlife.

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Diptford Parochial C Of E Primary School

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Old Rectory (0.12 miles)

Old Rectory
A popular and most comfortable, centrally located, Grade II listed property, recently extensively refurbished. Situated in a quiet conservation area within just a 1/4 mile of Carlisle's main line railway station. Some 155 years old, Cornerways retains ... More | visit website
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Garfield House (2.57 miles)

Garfield House
Garfield House is a unique country house retreat offering luxury en-suite accommodation and gourmet meals, all delivered with panache and a personal touch.

With wonderful views, rambling gardens and easy access to Dartmoor this is a ... More | visit website
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Hams Cottage at Venn Farm (2.63 miles)

Hams Cottage at Venn Farm

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This 70 acre Dorset Sheep farm is set in the glorious countryside of South Hams, a uniquely lovely region boasting the mildest year-round climate in Britain. Four ... More

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The Turtley Corn Mill (2.71 miles)

The Turtley Corn Mill
The setting of the Mill is idyllic, located in the beautiful and varied area of Avonwick, South Hams the original Mill is set in six acres of grounds bordered by the River Glazebrook, we even ... More | visit website
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Belsford Court Cottages (2.82 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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Royal Oak Inn (2.89 miles)

Royal Oak Inn

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The Royal Oak is a friendly, family run, award winning Inn at the heart of the peaceful Dartmoor village of South Brent. Recently transformed after a complete refurbishment the facilities ... More

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Glazebrook Country House Hotel (2.89 miles)

Glazebrook Country House Hotel
A warm welcome awaits you at this elegant mid Victorian country house, nestling in the Devon countryside. The ideal venue for exploring Devon's beautiful scenery with miles of coastline and Dartmoor surrounding us.

Our restaurant ... More | visit website
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The Pack Horse (2.91 miles)

The Pack Horse
The Packhorse was built in the medieval times as a resting place for the packhorse trains that carried goods between the farmers and miners on Dartmoor and the trading towns closer to the coast. ... More | visit website
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Pack Horse (2.91 miles)

Pack Horse
The Pack Horse Inn is the oldest existing Pub in South Brent, Devon. It has medieval origins and one of the beams in the pub is said to be off a medieval ship. The Pack ... More | visit website
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Pound Court Riverside B&B (3.39 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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