Very well known for it’s annual extravaganza, the Fair, Widecombe is a superb place to add onto your holiday itinerary! With tea rooms, hotels, shops, pubs and the most gorgeous of settings, this village is one to savour, as very often the wild ponies, sheep and cattle meander on the village green! The scenery surrounding the village is stunning as you come down the very steep hill, it’s just enchanting.
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Ride over Dartmoor in a small group tailored to your experience, whether a total beginner, experienced rider or somewhere in between. Lessons and Livery also available. Qualified and experienced staff, British Horse Society Approved, TDC Licensed.
At the Rock Inn you will find excellent food, carefully chosen wines, and fine local ales, in a wonderful country setting. Enjoy the unique experience of being able to walk straight from the front door onto the Dartmoor wilderness.
Explore beautiful Dartmoor on Horseback. No previous experience required. Pub rides are geared to any ability and all rides are accompanied by an experienced escort.
“There is little pleasure to be gained from struggling along a contrived route across desolate and boggy hills just for the sake of wilderness.”
The Rugglestone Inn is a unique, unspoilt Dartmoor inn delightfully located in the picturesque village of Widecombe in the Moor.
An interesting range of produce, from olives and olive oil to locally grown vegetables and plants, cheeses, honey, home made bread, jams; chutneys are all there along with local produced meat stalls.
The Haytor Audio Walk is a 6.3 mile (10 km) walk starting from the newly built Haytor Information Centre and offers stunning views over a changing landscape, as well as a flavour of Dartmoor’s cultural heritage.
The races start and finish in the village of Widecombe-In-The-Moor, at the foot of the Hameldown 'massif' and surrounded by some of Dartmoor's most iconic granite tors.
The Hameldown Hammer, like our Dartmoor Volcano race, is another tough,...
Sexton's Cottage became the home of the 'Sexton' who looked after the church and church yard. Since 1976 it has been both a shop and information centre for the National Trust.