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Towns & Villages - Central Dartmoor

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  1. Add Postbridge to your Itinerary

    Postbridge

    An attractive hamlet, which is ideal as a base for walking. Famous for the largest clapper bridge, dating back to the 13th century.
    There is an Information Centre open Easter - Nov, weekends to New Year.

  2. Add Dunstone to your Itinerary

    Dunstone

    Hamlet of Widecombe-in-the-Moor. Near Two Moors Way.

  3. Add Dartmeet to your Itinerary

    Dartmeet

    A famous beauty spot, where east and west branches of the River Dart meet in a steep, wooded valley.

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

    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. The church tower is visible from many vantage points around the eastern moorlands. The Widecombe Fair is hel

  5. Add Two Bridges to your Itinerary

    A scattered hamlet where two main roads and the West Dart and Cowsick rivers converge.
    Bridges have been here since ancient times hence the name of the hamlet .

  6. Add Hexworthy to your Itinerary

    Hexworthy

    Tiny hamlet in the heart of Dartmoor. Ideal base for exploring the moor.

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

    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

  8. Add Princetown to your Itinerary

    Princetown

    Princetown - the highest town on Dartmoor - is situated in an expanse of high open moorland and is the starting point for many of Dartmoor's guided walks.

  9. Add Poundsgate to your Itinerary

    Poundsgate

    Named after animal enclosure once common in English villages. Old smithy with mounting block opposite 17thC post office and bakery, now houses.

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