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Welcome to Dartmouth, a place bursting with history, river adventures, beautiful walks and fabulous festivals. Set in an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty, the town has stunning views and an abundance of wildlife living in and beside the River Dart. You can discover how to fire a cannon at Dartmouth Castle, travel in style on a 1920s steam train, learn to sail or gently meander down river on the UK’s only working coal fired paddle steamer. There’s a year-round calendar of special events such as the May Dart Music Festival, summer Royal Regatta and October Food Festival. The National Trust owns a number of properties in the area including Agatha Christie’s holiday home Greenway and Coleton Fishacre where you can travel back to the jazz age. Further afield, Dartmouth is surrounded by stunning countryside with some of the most popular stretches of the well trodden South West Coast Path. A full sized replica of Sir Francis Drake’s ship The Golden Hind is in the nearby town of Brixham just across the water and the picturesque towns of Totnes, Kingsbridge and Salcombe are all within easy reach by car or bus. So, whether you are visiting for a few days or a few weeks we hope you will find all the information you need in our guide. We highlight the very best places to eat, shop and stay and there are also travel tips and ideas for fun days out with the family.


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