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County - Devon | Map
Tel code: 01803 | code search
Postcode: TQ12 | code search
Population: 4600
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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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Park Inn
"A very friendly community pub. I had been in before during the World Cup, there's always sport on TV. Today the garden was bathed in sunlight, which helps any reviewer, ..." More

Lord Nelson
"Good old fashioned local, everyone is friendly.

Date visited: 10/05/13 ..." More

Lord Nelson
"lovely pub been reopened and cleaned up nice people good beer real nice local pub

Date visited: 13.11.11 ..." More

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Kingskerswell is a large village positioned in the Aller Valley in Devon, home to under five thousand people. Situated close to Torquay and Paignton it has much to offer, from the 14th Century church of St Mary’s, the clutch of old Medieval buildings, or for younger visitors nearby Babbacombe Model Village which has thousands of model buildings in delightful settings. If that’s not enough take a look at the 4D Theatre experience, or the Model Railway which travels across ravines, and lakes…… or maybe the chance to ride on the real thing will tempt a visit to Paignton and Dartmouth Steam Railway, the fabulous Steam Locomotives travel through the heart of the English Riviera along the coast to Churston, past the Dart Estuary and across Broadsands and Hookhills Viaducts, two impressive creations highlighting Isambard Kingdom Brunel’s engineering prowess. Newton Abbot Race Course offers the chance of a flutter, or for animal lovers of a different kind Paignton Zoo has everything from Armadillos to Zebras, or how about Pennywell Farm with animals galore, trampolines, tractors and amazing Birds Of Prey Displays. For links with the past Totnes Motte and Bailey Castle was built by the Normans , or there is the impressive ruins of Berry Pomeroy Castle.

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Bickley Mill (1.15 miles)

Bickley Mill

Enjoy the friendly atmosphere of this family owned free house in comfortable surroundings. The Bickley Mill is situated in the beautiful wooded valley of Stoneycombe, conveniently located 15 minutes from Newton Abbot, Paignton and Torquay. We ... More | visit website

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Kingsway Lodge Guest House (2.38 miles)

Kingsway Lodge Guest House
The Kingsway Lodge Guesthouse is a four star rated guesthouse with a central location in Torquay. It provides quality bed and breakfast accommodation in luxuriously furnished rooms, ensuring a comfortable stay.

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Crown Lodge (2.38 miles)

Crown Lodge

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This charming family-run hotel offers superb 4-star bed and breakfast accommodation in Torquay, just a short walk from the town centre, the seafront, the English Riviera Centre and the theatre. Crown Lodge ... More

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Garway Lodge (2.46 miles)

Garway Lodge
Garway Lodge is an imposing Victorian semi-detached house in a prime location, with convenient access to local amenities. Walking distance to Riviera Conference Centre, beach, gardens and town centre. Public transport nearby.

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Wilsbrook Guest House (2.46 miles)

Wilsbrook Guest House

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The Wilsbrook is an attractive three star Victorian guesthouse in a convenient location in Torquay. This five bedroom establishment is within 10 minutes walk of the best of the town’s ... More

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Ashwood Grange Hotel (2.47 miles)

Ashwood Grange Hotel

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The Ashwood Grange Hotel is a delightful Victorian Villa built in 1870 as a Gentleman's residence. Our guests' comfort is of utmost importance to the Hotel which is why it is ... More

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Glenorleigh (2.52 miles)

Glenorleigh
A family run hotel with a friendly and relaxed atmosphere offering good food and service, ‘Glenorleigh’ is an extensively refurbished Victorian Villa, with all the facilities required by todays discerning guest, whilst retaining the style ... More | visit website
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Harmony Hotel (2.53 miles)

Harmony Hotel

Tastefully decorated hotel, offering all the comforts one would wish for a relaxing stay. Home cooked evening meals using fresh local produce. Cosy bar and separate guest lounge. A sun trapped courtyard. Enough off road ... More | visit website

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Villa Marina (2.56 miles)

Villa Marina

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This beautiful Victorian villa stands out from the crowd. In a secluded garden, it is within easy walking distance of the Seafront, Princess Theatre, Torre Abbey, Riviera Conference Centre, shops ... More

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Bentley Lodge (2.56 miles)

Bentley Lodge

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A warm and friendly welcome awaits you at Bentley Lodge, where excellent quality and service is assured. You can relax in comfortable surroundings and on those warmer sunny days you ... More | visit website

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