History and Culture
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Family-owned and run hotel set in 19-acres of wooded grounds with spectacular sea views. Extensive leisure and conference facilities include 2 swimming pools, Tennis and childrens Play areas. 2 Bars a ballroom and licensed restaurant.
PricePrice £54.00 to £75.00 Per person (breakfast included)
The Royal Seven Stars Hotel is a charming olde worlde former coaching inn, dating for the most part, back to 1660, and situated in the centre of the historical town of Totnes and near the banks of the River Dart.
The English Heritage castle is the focal point of the town, standing as a legacy to the once powerful Normans. Actually one of the best surviving early motte and baily castles, the moat is now filled with cottages and gardens in the town.
PricePrice £2.20 to £3.60 Per Ticket
Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum reopened after a multi-million pound refurbishment with the galleries & facilities of a modern museum.
The City's award winning Red Coat Guided Tours are provided by Exeter City Council and are the perfect way to explore Exeter, one of the oldest cities of England. Run by experienced qualified volunteer guides a variety of tours are available, each...
The Cridford Inn is set in the idyllic village of Trusham in the Teign Valley - the middle of nowhere, but close to everywhere. This quintessential country inn dates back to 825AD and is one of the oldest pubs in the country.
The Passages were built to house the pipes that brought clean drinking water into medieval Exeter. A guided tour of Exeter's Underground Passages is a memorable event - narrow, dark, interesting and exciting.
PricePrice £4.00 to £18.00 Per Ticket
TripAdvisor Traveller Ratingfrom 72 review(s)
Bovisand Lodge is a historical Grade 2 listed Country House, providing three outstanding Heritage Apartments located within the wing of the house. Each apartment has been meticulously converted with fully integrated kitchens and stylish soft...
Set in beautiful woodland, the English Heritage castle is romantic and reputedly the most haunted in Devon. Discover the castle's intriguing history with our audio tour, let children explore the ruins.
A superb self-guided tour. Pick up a free leaflet from Exeter Visitor Information & Tickets & discover the history of Exeter's City Wall.
One of the most picturesquely-sited fortresses in England. For over six hundred years Dartmouth Castle has guarded the narrow entrance to the Dart Estuary and the busy, vibrant port of Dartmouth. New interpretation and displays for late May 2016.
PricePrice £3.00 to £13.00 Per person per day
The South Devon Railway is a seven mile steam railway running between Buckfastleigh and Totnes.
At Buckfastleigh, there is a play area, gardens, museum, workshop and cafe.
The Cricket Inn, situated in the pretty coastal village of Beesands is a beautiful seaside spot for everyone. The inn boasts 7 bedrooms; they are meticulously designed with a nautical theme in mind and have beautiful seaside touches, 5 of the rooms...
PricePrice £100.00 to £130.00 Per room (breakfast included)
A cheese lover’s emporium and home to the award winning Quicke’s clothbound cheddar. We stock an enviable selection of cheeses from our farm and beyond and an array Devon’s finest artisanal produce including prime beef, lamb and wild venison from...
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Medieval cathedral. Fine example of Gothic Decorated style. Longest unbroken stretch of Gothic vaulting in the world. Image screen on West Front, Minstrels' Gallery and tombs. Expert guided tours, trails and activities for the family
Small and friendly B&B in Dartmouth offering double and twin bedded en-suite accommodation, centrally located with FREE off-road parking. Featured in the Lonely Planet Guide and recommended in the Observer Newspaper .FREE Wi-Fi access in all rooms.
Specialists in rich experiences; from luxury fully-catered Safaris, to half day cultural photography tours. We locate hidden gems lost in the landscape and reveal what makes South Devon tick, in terms of its history, culture and award winning produce
Exeter's Historic Quayside is the most attractive area in the city, popular with locals & visitors for its fascinating history, pubs & restaurants.
Real Ales and good traditional food in a pub just yards from the beach. Start Bay crab, lobster and scallops; cream teas; beer garden; summer barbecues, Sunday lunches.
Hennock, Bovey Tracey
Stunning Georgian Manor & charming 'country living' cottages. Wi-Fi, wood fires, ensuites, gardens, play area/ barn, farm animals, donkeys, explore woodland , pets welcome, farm/homemade food, village pub, 2 miles A38/Bovey Tracey, 7 miles Coast.