Dartmoor Local Producers
Dartmoor has a wide variety of local producers. There is the Dartmoor bred beef and lamb, healthier than oily fish and just as tasty too! We have cider and beer, both produced on the moor and with local ingredients. Cheese; the smelly, soft variety or the hard strong variety can both be found on the moor in a deli or two. Even ice cream is produced locally and jolly good it is too.
Don’t forget the famous pasty; perfect fuel after a hike on the moor. Or maybe your taste is a little more exotic...Dartmoor Chilli Farm is the place for you then. Choose from chilli chocolate, jams, sauces, chutneys and marmalades.
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The fish deli is unique.. a superb deli, but specialising in mainly fishy things. Fresh fish is sourced sustainably from local day boats. Customers are encouraged to buy the daily catch of what is available and in season.
The Devon Guild of Craftsmen is the largest contemporary crafts centre in the South West.
Housed in, the listed Riverside Mill at Bovey Tracey.
Annual Events Brochure.
This is the Gallery & Studio of Eleanor Ludgate who specialises in painting the wildlife, birds, butterflies, flowers, farm animals and landscapes of Dartmoor. There is a wonderful collection of her exquisite originals, prints and greetings cards.
Holne, Newton Abbot
Pure Dartmoor Water supplies premium quality but reasonably priced bottled water - sustainably. Our water is soft and refreshing – rich in natural minerals – is bottled at source near Holne and sold to many trade and domestic customers.
Princetown Breweries, home of award winning JAIL ALE, is the highest brewery in England at 1,400 feet above sea level. We moved into a state of the art new purpose built building in December 2005.
Family run Farm Shop on organic farm nestling under Haytor. The Farmshop has its own kitchen supplying the shop & Cafe with a wide range of delicious quality produce. Open every day except Monday.
Visit the Farmers Market at Bovey Tracey and experience the full flavour of local produce.
Held on alternate Saturdays, the farmers' market sells local produce and delicacies.