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Dartmoor

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  1. Add Ilsington to your Itinerary

    Ilsington

    Ilsington

    A pretty village next to Haytor, the most famous tor on Dartmoor, and the Granite railway - built to ship stone to Teignmouth docks. Mining history surrounds village - the remains of Silverbrook lead and zinc mine, closed in 1858,

  2. Cornwood

    Add Cornwood to your Itinerary

    Cornwood

    Cornwood

    Cornwood is situated 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.

  3. Add Ivybridge to your Itinerary

    Ivybridge

    Ivybridge

    Planning on visiting Ivybridge?...If so, click here to get the latest official Ivybridge tourist information on attractions, events, accommodation, shopping & dining out!

  4. Add Scorriton to your Itinerary

    Scorriton

    Scorriton

    A tiny village almost on the eastern edge of Dartmoor, 3 miles northwest of Buckfastleigh. Set in wild beautiful moorland. Direct access to open moorland walks, including Scorriton Down with a well known stone circle. On the Two Moors Way. There is a

  5. Add Ashburton to your Itinerary

    Ashburton

    Ashburton


    Ashburton is a lively town nestled on the southern side of Dartmoor.  Home to many antique shops, galleries, book shops and a variety of eateries it is the perfect place to while away a few hours.

    History

    Ashburton was an important centre...

  6. Add Okehampton to your Itinerary

    Okehampton

    Okehampton

    About

    A traditional market town nestling in the northern foothills of Dartmoor, Okehampton is a great place for the outdoor enthusiast.

    Things to do

    Known as the walking centre of Devon, visitors can discover the wild side of Dartmoor...

  7. 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

  8. Trusham

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    Trusham

    Trusham

    On the southern flanks of the Haldon Hills, Trusham is another near-perfect looking traditional Devon village with cob and thatch houses set attractively round the church. Strangely, Trusham has links with heavy industry - Quarrying and railways have

  9. Add Princetown to your Itinerary

    Princetown

    Princetown

    About

    Princetown is the highest village within Dartmoor National Park, and just about at its heart.

    It is the home of Dartmoor Prison, once incarcerating category A criminals such as the Kray brothers. These days however Princetown is...

  10. Add Buckland-in-the-Moor to your Itinerary

    Buckland-in-the-Moor

    Buckland-in-the-Moor

    This is one of Devon's "dream villages" nestling on the edge of the Moor with a medieval church made up of stone quarried on the Moor, and a cluster of thatched cottages overlooking the woodland of Holne Chase - a very popular tourist attraction. Th

  11. Add Widecombe-in-the-Moor to your Itinerary

    Widecombe-in-the-Moor

    Widecombe-in-the-Moor

    The village that everyone knows through the popular song (Tom Pearce and his Grey Mare). Widecombe is a big draw for visitors the world over.

  12. Add Hennock to your Itinerary

    Hennock

    Hennock

    High above the Teign Valley at 800 feet stands Hennock. Quiet and peaceful, this small village clusters around its shop, church and pub and lies close to the beauty spots of the Kennick and Tottiford reservoirs.

  13. Add Chudleigh to your Itinerary

    Chudleigh

    Chudleigh


    This fascinating town has a history dating back over thousands of years. Prehistoric remains have been found in the caves at Rock, while an Iron Age hill fort overlooks the town. Today the town is thriving and is a perfect base if you want to...

  14. Add Holne to your Itinerary

    Holne

    Holne

    A delightful moorland village in the Dartmoor National Park with an active farm and farm shop (Holne Court) and tearoom for passing walkers and visitors. The village is the perfect stop off point for Two Moors Way. Fishing and walking on the river...

  15. Shaugh Prior

    Add Shaugh Prior to your Itinerary

    Shaugh Prior

    Shaugh Prior

    A tiny village 8 miles northeast of Plymouth, on the fringe of Dartmoor. No through routes make for a quiet environment. Close to Cadover Bridge, a popular picnic spot, with easy access to the moor. Daramatic clay workings to the east of the village

  16. Add Bovey Tracey to your Itinerary

    Bovey Tracey

    Bovey Tracey

    With a number of unique visitor attractions and mixture of shops, Bovey Tracey is a pretty cob and Dartmoor-granite built town.

  17. Add Lustleigh to your Itinerary

    Lustleigh

    Lustleigh

    Picture postcard village close by Lustleigh Cleave - a steep sided tree covered valley with the Teign running along it. Wonderful walking territory. 13th - 16th Century church, copious traditional cob and thatch pub, local shop, tea room, accommodati

  18. Add Christow to your Itinerary

    Christow

    Christow

    The attractive village set high in the Teign Valley close to the Kennick and Tottiford reservoirs, has a breathtaking countryside all around. It is a former mining area - tin, sliver, copper and manganese all mined locally. There is a church (with a

  19. Add South Brent to your Itinerary

    South Brent

    South Brent

    Attractive, well kept village on the fringe of Dartmoor, just off the A38. Remains of watermills and a windmill (on the moor). Interesting church, pubs and local shops. Bronze age remains on Dartmoor.

  20. Add Dunsford to your Itinerary

    Dunsford

    Dunsford

    On the road from Exeter over the moor to Moretonhampstead, Dunsford occupies the topmost reaches of the Teign valley in glorious countryside. Th famed Daffodil woods are close by as well as the Steps Bridge over the Teign.

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