Right next to open moorland, close to a Second World War airfield at Harrowbeer, and with a range of shops and pubs Yelverton is a really interesting and convenient place to visit and stay. Yelverton is perched on the very edge of the moor at Roborough Down, which is also famous for the huge mass of stone called "The Rock"
Situated on the A386 between the town of Tavistock and city of Plymouth.
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Experience the Christmas magic under the evening stars inside and out, as the Great Barn and shop stay open late for more chances to get into the festive spirit and to tick off your Christmas shopping list.
Activities will include a combination of nature trails,
wildlife art, games, practical activities and
marshmallow toasting. It will cost £1 per person and you can drop in between 10am-3.30pm, no need to book.
Guided Walk: 'Exploring the building of Burrator Reservoir' by Paul Rendell.10-12pm. Please book your place in advance.
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.
Day Time Talk: 'Construction of Burrator Reservoir' by Paul Rendell. 2pm-3pm. Please book your place in advance.
This is easy walk of 3 miles over moorland takes in two tors, an ancient cross and involves a little stream jumping.
One of The Largest Fairs in The South West Amazing day of Retail Stalls Variety of Psychic Readers & Healers from all over the Uk Free Admission Free Parking Free Talk/demonstrations all Day Café on site
Rediscover the Christmas magic as Olde Father Christmas invites you to Buckland Abbey for tales of Christmas past. Every day from 3-7pm, Olde Father Christmas will be hosting story telling sessions within the Great Hall to entertain children and...
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.
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.
Meet the Tudor cooks hard at work as they cook up a festive feast in the Abbey kitchen. Pick up a recipe card to try a modern day version of a Tudor classic at home.
At the heart of the Buckland Abbey estate - the Ox Yard restaurant is opening its doors later for an evening of seasonal flavours prepared on site by Buckland's chefs.
Other dates available for larger parties. Please call for details.
One of Devon's long-distance walking routes, the Tamar Valley Discovery Trail, follows the valley between Plymouth and Launceston. This walk follows a length of that Trail and then doubles back to form a circuit.
Discovery, tranquillity and history – an ancient gem in the Dartmoor landscape
This intimate dining destination is one of the most original places to eat in Devon. The Gallery Restaurant is an idyllic setting for relaxed celebrations, romantic liaisons and remarkable fine-dining.
We meet at Burrator Discovery Centre. Each session
will involve some wildlife/heritage focused games
and a practical activity, followed by hot chocolate &
biscuits. £1 per person. Please wear old clothes &
Evening Talk: 'Brilliant Bogs and Magnificent Mires' by Jasmine Atkinson,
Devon Wildlife Trust. Discover the fascinating, unrivalled natural and cultural heritage of one of Devon's least
known landscapes – the internationally important blanket bogs...
Wander around all 10 acres of glorious gardens at your leisure from 2pm and then come into the house and corner our gardeners from 3pm onwards with all your gardening questions. It will be a lovely fun, festive afternoon and a real treat to see the...
The Wildflower Restaurant and Dartmoor Bar offer deliciously seasonal menus of classic British favourites using locally sourced ingredients all created by award winning Head Chef, Bruce Cole and his talented team.
Celebrate the Christmas season as the Great Barn is filled with festive joy as local flower arranging groups present their seasonal interpretation of the carol, The First Nowell.