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Stoke Gabriel, seen from the pontoon

Nestling in the green rolling hills of the South Devon Area of Outstanding Beauty in a creek on the eastern banks of the River Dart between Totnes and Dartmouth and the sea, the village was once the centre of the Dart Salmon industry. Today a few...

Dittisham

This small, largely unspoilt and photogenic riverside settlement lies in a steep wooded valley on the banks of the River Dart, approximately two miles upstream from Dartmouth, well-sheltered from the prevailing south westerly winds.

Newton Abbot

Standing at the head of the Teign Estuary and as home to the South Devon Railway locomotive works, the historic market town of Newton Abbot grew rapidly during the Victorian era and still enjoys a strategic position on the main railway line to...

Ugborough

According to White’s Devonshire Directory of 1850, “Ugborough is a neat and pleasant village, on the slopes of an eminence, surrounded by higher hills, two and a half miles east of Ivybridge, and north north east of Modbury, and one and...

Holbeton Primary School

This picturesque Devon Village of the Year 2003 stands to the west of the Erme estuary, less than four miles south west of Modbury and some nine miles east of Plymouth. With its mix of small thatched and stone cottages, primary school, village...

Stoke Fleming

The village of Stoke Fleming lies 100 metres above the waters of Start Bay in South Devon, on the A379 road that runs from Dartmouth along the shores of the bay and then inland to Kingsbridge on the Salcombe estuary.

Buckfastleigh
The historic mill town of Buckfastleigh and the neighbouring abbey village of Buckfast are to be found on the southern edge of eastern Dartmoor just to the west of the A38, midway between the cities of Exeter and Plymouth.
Fore Street, Ivybridge
Lying about nine miles to the east of Plymouth, beside the A38 Devon Expressway and at the southern end of Dartmoor, Ivybridge is the largest town in the South Hams. Billing itself as ‘The Gateway to the Moors’, its name comes from the bridge over...

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