Surrounding Towns & Villages

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  1. Soke Gabriel, South Devon

    Stoke Gabriel

    Stoke Gabriel

    The village of Stoke Gabriel, South Devon, is situated on a creek of the River Dart and is a quintessential English Village. Steeped in history and surrounded by beautiful countryside, this rural parish nestles into the green rolling hills of the Sou

  2. Salcombe river view

    Salcombe

    Salcombe

    Sheltered inside the Kingsbridge Estuary, Salcombe retains its peace and quiet by favouring the pedestrian over the motorist. There is plenty of parking around the edges of the town and the wisdom of using it becomes clear when you see the narrow str

  3. Paignton Harbour

    Paignton

    Want the ultimate in traditional, bucket and spade holidays where there’s plenty to see and do for the kids? Loved for its long sandy beaches, Paignton is a colourful, traditional seaside resort popular for its mild climate and lively seafront. The…

  4. Dittisham

    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

  5. Stokenham, South Devon

    Stokenham

    Stokenham

    In the South Hams of Devon and dating back to Saxon times, Stokenham in the parish of the same name is one of seven settlements in an area of outstanding natural beauty. Of some 15 square miles and with approximately 7 miles of coast line.

  6. Brixham Harbour

    Brixham

    Brixham isn’t just about fishing. It’s still one of the busiest fishing ports in the UK and a working town, but it’s also a place where you can discover a range of arts and culture, excellent local food and some unique attractions. Brixham attracts…

  7. Blackawton

    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…

  8. Slapton Ley

    Torcross and Slapton

    Torcross and Slapton

    Set respectively away from (Slapton) and right on the coast (Torcross), these two villages enjoy sublime natural advantages set next to both the sea and a freshwater lake. Slapton Ley Nature Reserve, miles of beach, pubs, shops and accommodation.

  9. Ashprington

    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.

  10. Chillington, South Devon

    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

  11. Kingswear

    Kingswear

    Kingswear

    Set opposite the town of Dartmouth, Kingswear is a charming character village that has some of the most beautiful views across the River Dart. 

    Set on the banks of the River Dart, Kingswear village is well worth a visit or a stay to take full…

  12. Fore Street, Kingsbridge

    Kingsbridge

    Kingsbridge

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

  13. Berry Pomeroy, South Devon

    Berry Pomeroy

    Berry Pomeroy

    Small village dominated by the castle of the same name. Ghosts are the stock in trade of Berry Pomeroy castle (English Heritage). In the event of serious scares, the village has a church in which to seek refuge.

  14. Stoke Fleming Parish Council

    Stoke Fleming

    Stoke Fleming

    The coastal village of Stoke Fleming lies on the shores of Start Bay just three miles from Dartmouth.

  15. High Street, Totnes

    Totnes

    Totnes

    Totnes, an ancient borough sitting on a steep promontory next to the river Dart, devotes itself in almost equal measures to arts and crafts, to history and architecture, and to eccentric lifestyles. Totnes is an absolute gem of a town - a must-do for

  16. Harbertonford, South Devon

    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.

  17. Torquay

    Torquay

    You can’t get much more of a ‘traditional British seaside’ resort than the vibrant and cheerful town of Torquay. Set at the very heart of the English Riviera on the South Devon Coast, Torquay is famous for its sandy beaches, family attractions and…

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