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South Devon Coast and Country luxury private guided tour from Cornwall
"This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be picked up from your hotel anywhere in Cornwall for your journey to South Devon. The exact Itinerary will be agreed with you prior to departure. You will drive to Dartmouth where you can take a privat before visiting Hallsands to see the remains and hear the story of the village which fell into the sea and great views of the Start Point lighthouse (alternatively a guided tour of the lighthouse can be arranged).Finally you move on to Bigbury on Sea and walk or take the sea tractor over to Burgh Island. See the extraordinary Art Deco hotel whose guests included Noel Coward Winston Churchill and Agatha Christie who wrote ‘And then there were none’ here. (not open to Non-residents) and explore the Island which has great sea views. Depart Bigbury for return journey to your hotel.""""A luxury private guided tour to visit the historic town of Dartmouth
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South Devon Coast and Country luxury private guided tour from Devon
"This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be picked up from your hotel anywhere in Devon for your journey to South Devon. The exact itinerary will be agreed with you prior to departure. An example itinerary is that you will first visit Totnes stroll through the streets admiring the Tudor buildings the historic guildhall and the Castle and learn about the history of this enchanting town. You will then take the 30 minute drive to Dartmouth where you can take a private tour of the Britannia Naval College or a boat trip up the stunning River Dart to see Agatha Christies House at Greenway before visiting Hallsands to see the remains and hear the story of the village which fell into the sea and great views of the Start Point lighthouse (alternatively a guided tour of the lighthouse can be arranged).Finally you move on to Bigbury on Sea and walk or take the sea tractor over to Burgh Island. See the extraordinary Art Deco hotel whose guests included Noel Coward
From GBP255.00
 
South Devon Coast and Country luxury private guided tour from Devon
"This is a private tour for up to 6 people. You will be picked up from your hotel anywhere in Devon for your journey to South Devon. The exact itinerary will be agreed with you prior to departure. An example itinerary is that you will first visit Totnes stroll through the streets admiring the Tudor buildings the historic guildhall and the Castle and learn about the history of this enchanting town. You will then take the 30 minute drive to Dartmouth where you can take a private tour of the Britannia Naval College or a boat trip up the stunning River Dart to see Agatha Christies House at Greenway before visiting Hallsands to see the remains and hear the story of the village which fell into the sea and great views of the Start Point lighthouse (alternatively a guided tour of the lighthouse can be arranged).Finally you move on to Bigbury on Sea and walk or take the sea tractor over to Burgh Island. See the extraordinary Art Deco hotel whose guests included Noel Coward
From GBP255.00

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Royal Avenue Gardens

I just love this cute little statue of two boys with their fish. The Italian marble sculpture was presented to the town by a local benefactor, Finch Ingram, in 1950 and has pride of place in the Royal...
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The Dartmouth Cannon

Unlike its mysterious counterpart across the river, The Kingswear Cannon, the Dartmouth Cannon has a well-documented history. The gun bears the insignia of the Russian Imperial double-headed eagle and...
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Architecture

Dartmouth's heyday as a port was during the Tudor and Stuart periods (from the late 15th to early 18th centuries) and many of the town's finest buildings were constructed then, financed by the profits...
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Bayard's Cove Fort

As Dartmouth developed into an important port during the 15th century it obviously needed defences against seaward attack, especially given the European unrest during the course of the, so-called, 100...
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History

Historically the river Dart estuary has been known for its excellent deep water harbour. The Saxons reached the Dart from the west by 705 AD., and although there are no surviving Saxon buildings there...
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Britannia Royal Naval College

Whenever I'm in this neck of the woods I'm always reminded of the old tale from the Combined Services Dinner. A General and a ship's Captain happened to be using the urinals at the same time. When...
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Local Links

The Dartmouth area is very beautiful. It is part of the South Hams region of Devon which in my view has some of the most stunning scenery in the UK. There are no large towns in the South Hams, just...
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Top Hotels in Dartmouth

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Sandquay Rd, Dartmouth, Devon, TQ6 9PH, United Kingdom
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11 The Quay, Dartmouth, TQ6 9PS, United Kingdom
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27-29 Victoria Road, Dartmouth, TQ6 9RT, United Kingdom
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Stoke Fleming, Dartmouth, TQ6 0RA, United Kingdom
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Townstal Road, Dartmouth, TQ6 9HY, United Kingdom
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27 Lower St, Bayards Cove, Dartmouth, TQ6 9AN, United Kingdom
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Top Things to Do in Dartmouth

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Bayards Cove

Ever since the latter part of the 14th cent, Dartmouth Castle (and Kingswear Castle on the opposite side of the river), had protected the town from invasion, but in the early 16th cent Bayard’s Cove...
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Boat Float - Inner Harbour

Dartmouth’s inner harbour is known locally as The Boatfloat, and pretty well much the town’s focal point. This small tidal harbour has been here since the second half of the 16th century and has...
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Dartmouth Castle

Under the guardianship of English Heritage, Dartmouth Castle would be better described as a fort. John Hawley, the infamous Mayor of Dartmouth, was the man responsible for building the first...
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Britannia Royal Naval College

The large imposing red-brick building overlooking Dartmouth and the River Dart is home to the Royal Navy’s officer training establishment - and has been since 1905. Since the closure of Greenwich...
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River Dart

A river cruise from Dartmouth to Totnes takes about an hour and a half, and is a wonderful way to see the Devonshire countryside. Leaving Dartmouth town centre, the cruise boat passes the naval...
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Royal Avenue Gardens

If you checked out the second chapter of my introduction to Dartmouth you’ll already know that much of the land next to the river has been reclaimed - and what we now know as Royal Avenue Gardens...
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