An absolute must on your itinerary! Hugely popular for many very good reasons, Postbridge will delight and enchant you, with it’s fabulous clapper bridge which dates back to the 13th century and 18th century granite bridge right next to it!
The Dartmoor National Park Visitor Centre is one not to be missed, Bellever Forest is stunning, the Post Office here does the most fabulous cream teas and ice cream….need we go on! The central position, friendly atmosphere and scenery to glory in will make you want to return as soon as you can.
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Based in Princetown at the heart of the Dartmoor National Park, Dartmoor Brewery is passionate about brewing top quality cask ales using the finest local ingredients.
Dartmoor's major visitor and interpretation centre in the heart of the moor. Exciting displays for all the family about Dartmoor's natural and cultural heritage and a wide array of information, local gifts and Dartmoor souvenirs.
This is easy walk of 3 miles over moorland takes in two tors, an ancient cross and involves a little stream jumping.
The Princetown audio walk is a 6 mile (10km) circular walk starting from the High Moorland Visitor Centre, taking you across moorland to a waterfall, aqueduct, Bronze Age settlements and stone rows.
Imagine the excitement...lovely Clydesdale horses carrying you into the heart of Dartmoor’s unspoilt countryside on a unique riding adventure. We are based at Brimpts Farm, in the midst of some of the finest riding in the whole of the UK, with access
The Postbridge audio walk is a 6 mile (10km) circular walk starting from the Information Centre and includes far reaching views from Hartland Tor, historial remains from Dartmoor’s industrial past and a stunning waterfall.
A historic moorland church built by prisoners of war and protected as a heritage attraction by The Churches Conservation Trust
The Bellever audio walk is a 6 mile (10km) circular walk starting from Postbridge Information Centre and gives a mixture of woodland, moorland and riverside walking, intersperced with several archaeological sites.
Tavistock to Plymouth
Drake’s Trail is a network of walking and cycling trails. The network has something for all ages and fitness levels, starting with the new off-road cycling section between Tavistock and Plymouth.
A varied, non-taxing walk that visits a 16th-century leat, a Victorian reservoir and the burial place of the three Great White Rajahs of Sarawak! Coupled with that are constantly changing views, from lofty tors around Burrator.
Bellever Forest is well worth a visit.
Enjoy the tranquillity of a picnic by the East Dart River or take an exhilarating walk to the stunning views from Bellever Tor.
The Royal Oak Inn is a free house situated within the Dartmoor National Park and is a former 15th-century church house Inn, taking its name from the, reputedly, 800 year old oak tree on the adjacent village green.
This site takes it's name from a small oak wood. This amazing woodland is important for the mosses and lichens that festoon the trees and the impressive granite boulders found on the site.
Come and take a tour around Plymouth’s main reservoir with Burrator Horse Drawn Carriages.
Burrator reservoir is situated within Dartmoor, and the tranquil water and surrounding mixed woodland contrasts sharply with the open moor and the rugged Dartmoor tors.
Set in the heart of the Dartmoor National Park in a beautiful riverside location, this is a relaxing place to be. Built in the 18th century the very grand restaurant is oak-panelled and exudes an air of days gone by. Traditional British produce.