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  1. Add Kingsbridge to your Itinerary

    Kingsbridge

    Kingsbridge

    If you love the hustle and bustle of a traditional English market town, you’ll love Kingsbridge. Situated in the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, Kingsbridge sits on its own estuary and is surrounded by lush, green rolling countryside.

  2. Ringmore

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    Ringmore

    Ringmore

    Barely more than a few quaint cottages, a pub and an old church and rectory, Ringmore is the ultimate peace and quiet destination. Accommodation is available at the Old Castle (in reality the rectory) and in a few scattered farms. Easy access to the

  3. Add Ugborough to your Itinerary

    Ugborough

    Ugborough

    An interesting village with a large open space in front of the church. Originally a market area, it is now put to regular use for community events. Views from Ugborough Beacon, just over the A38 from the village, are among the best in South Devon. Th

  4. Add Stoke Gabriel to your Itinerary

    Stoke Gabriel

    Stoke Gabriel

    A delightful village set at the head of a creek on the Dart Estuary. Huge ancient yew trees in the churchyard, old orchard, mill pond and yearly wassailing ceremony - you can't get much more traditional than this. Popular with boating enthusiasts be

  5. Add Buckfastleigh to your Itinerary

    Buckfastleigh


    Vibrant, lively and with a touch of mystery surrounding it, you’ll discover that Buckfastleigh is one of the most diverse towns in South Devon. The town is dominated by the Benedictine Buckfast Abbey and is a mix of ancient and modern attractions...

  6. Add Harbertonford to your Itinerary

    Harbertonford

    Harbertonford

    Working village near Totnes set on the Harbourne - a tributary of the Dart. Woolen and edge tool mills survived here until the 1950's. There is a church, pubs and local shops.

  7. Add Bantham to your Itinerary

    Bantham

    Bantham

    A few houses, a pub, a ferry across the Avon and a huge sandy beach with clean (MCS award), lifeguard-monitored bathing make up Bantham. It is the place wind and kite surfers aim for in south devon. There is public access although privately owned, an

  8. Add Ipplepen to your Itinerary

    Ipplepen

    Ipplepen

    A thriving community overlooking an attractive countryside, just off the Newton to Totnes road. The village stocks are still here in the churchyard. Arthur Conan Doyle, Sherlock Holmes creator, stayed here at Parkhill House. The found inspirration fo

  9. Add Noss Mayo to your Itinerary

    Noss Mayo


    Click here to view accommodation in and around Noss Mayo.

    The tiny, pretty little village of Noss Mayo is hidden away on the southern bank of the Yealm estuary. Across the water is the larger village of Newton Ferrers, and you can get between...

  10. Add Dartington to your Itinerary

    Dartington

    Dartington

    Dartington is a small, beautiful village located just outside Totnes and is famous for being the home of the world renowned Dartington College.

  11. Cornwood

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    Cornwood

    Cornwood

    A solid granite-built village on the edge of dartmoor, a few miles northwest of Ivybridge. Focus of a huge parish, mainly of archaeology-rich moorland. Its principal livelihood is the local claypits. There is a pub, local shop and post office.

  12. Add Yealmpton to your Itinerary

    Yealmpton

    Yealmpton

    A small town almost on the eastern edge of Plymouth on the Kingsbridge Road. Mother Hubbard's Cottage is here - formerly the home of the housekeeper at Kitley House who was the model for the character who appears in Mother Hubbard Rhymes written at

  13. Add Modbury to your Itinerary

    Modbury

    Modbury

    From arts and crafts to fine dining on quality local produce, Modbury is a picturesque and lively West Country holiday destination.

  14. Ashprington

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    Ashprington

    Ashprington

    A pretty village set above the Dart Estuary where Bow Creek joins the Dart. The church set amid 19th Century cottages, has a 14th Century tower and Norman front. Home to Sharpham Vineyard and Cremery. There is a good village pub/restaurant.

  15. Add Chillington to your Itinerary

    Chillington

    Chillington

    At the western side of the Stokenham Parish is the settlement of Chillington the largest of the settlements within the parish. It is a long 'ribbon' developed village stretching from Stokenham along the A379 to the western edge of the parish. Most

  16. Add Dittisham to your Itinerary

    Dittisham

    Dittisham

    An exceptionally beautiful riverside settlement on the Dart. Book very early if you want a relaxed riverside holiday in this truly sublime spot. A local pub caters admirably for a predominantly tourist community, but for more than that you will need

  17. Add Hope Cove to your Itinerary

    Hope Cove

    Hope

    Tucked into a sheltered cove behind Bolt Tail, Hope is an old fishing village now given over to a relaxed style of tourism. Smallish sandy beach, rock pools and clean sea, make Hope an attractive proposition for couples and families with quieter holi

  18. Add Blackawton to your Itinerary

    Blackawton

    Blackawton

    Blackawton is a pretty village situated in the South Hams between Totnes and Dartmouth.
    Many will drive through the village en route to Dartmouth, but few will stop. This village is well worth a stop with it's South Devon charm and friendly...

  19. Add Staverton and Landscove to your Itinerary

    Staverton and Landscove

    Staverton and Landscove

    A lively village on the Dart, Staverton has the best surviving medieval bridge in Devon. Cider making and slate quarrying have been a staple in the parish, the size of the quarrying community becoming so large in the 1850's that a new church was bui

  20. Add Thurlestone to your Itinerary

    Thurlestone

    Thurleston

    Originally a tiny coastal hamlet, Thurlestone is now home to a gloriously sited hotel, a popular golf course, and a variety of accommodation for permanent residents and visitors alike. The beach is sandy, the sea is safe and clean (MCS award) and ver

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