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The tiny hamlet of Postbridge in Devon is little more than a collection of buildings. However, it still manages to attract thousands of visitors each year due to its prized location and individual attractions. Postbridge is situated between Moretonhampstead and Two bridges. It sits at the centre of the Dartmoor National Park, making it a favourite starting and ending point for ramblers and hill walkers. Visitors will find a shop, inn, information centre, toilets with disabled access and a car park. The shop stocks maps, guide books and other publications of local interest, as well as gifts and stationery. But by far Postbridge’s most famous monument and the one that attracts most sightseers, is the 14th Century clapper bridge which stretches across the East Dart river. Clapper bridges are granite river crossings unique to Dartmoor. They were constructed by tin workers and farmers as a means of getting over the many rivers which dissect the moorland. The one in Postbridge is one of the largest and finest examples of a clapper bridge, of which there are 30 in total on Dartmoor. Accommodation is available in nearby towns and villages and walkers are advised to always come prepared for changeable weather


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East Dart Hotel (1.01 miles)

East Dart Hotel
Paul and Rosie Joynson and their twins, Dominic and Sylvia, are looking forward to providing you with the visit you have always wanted. Care and attention matter and Paul has over 22 years experience ... More | visit website
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Beechwood B&B (1.21 miles)

Beechwood B&B
Beechwood is located at the heart of Dartmoor National Park, surrounded by gardens, meadows and moors. We offer cottage style rooms, a comfortable guest lounge and delicious homemade breakfasts. ... More | visit website
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Forest Inn (3.70 miles)

Forest Inn
A haven for walkers, riders, fishermen, canoeists or anyone just looking for an opportunity to enjoy the natural beauty of Dartmoor. Muddy paws, hooves and boots welcome!

We specialise in home-made food using local produce ... More | visit website
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Two Bridges Hotel (3.84 miles)

Two Bridges Hotel

Nestling beside the picturesque West Dart River at the very heart of Dartmoor, The Two Bridges Hotel retains the atmosphere of "Old England" with its huge log fires and interesting collection of clocks, gramophones and ... More | visit website

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Hazelcott Bed & Breakfast (5.11 miles)

Hazelcott Bed & Breakfast

Is a cosy and select bed and breakfast offering comfortable en suite rooms in the spectacular setting of Dartmoor National Park. Hazelcott is the ideal base for couples, families, walkers cyclists and business people.

Settled on the ... More | visit website

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Bovey Castle (5.35 miles)

Bovey Castle

History, glamour, excitement and adventure - Bovey Castle is truly a luxurious award winning hotel set in beautiful countryside surroundings. A place where you can live out your dreams then put your feet up. In the ... More | visit website

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Ring of Bells Inn (5.53 miles)

Landlord, Simon Saunders, and his staff welcome you to the Ring of Bells. An early, thatched Dartmoor inn, the Ring of Bells has many period features including a 15th century arched door frame, heavy oak doors, low ceilings ... More | visit website
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Plume of Feathers Lodge (5.80 miles)

Plume of Feathers Lodge
The Plume of Feathers Lodge is a family run bed and breakfast located in the heart of Dartmoor National Park. We are ideally located for leisure travellers using the moor for walking, cycling, canoeing etc. ... More | visit website
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Gidleigh Park (5.87 miles)

Gidleigh Park

Gidleigh Park is amongst the most highly rated small luxury hotels in England, and certainly the most highly rated in the South West. The house is set in 45 acres of magnificent, secluded gardens and woodland ... More | visit website

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The Rock Inn (5.95 miles)

The Rock Inn
This traditional English Country Inn has been offering travellers hospitality, good food and shelter since it's foundation as a coaching inn in the mid-eighteenth century. In this modern age we pride ourselves on a relaxed, ... More | visit website

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