Sitting between the majestic moor and sea, Newton Abbot is a great place to plan your itinerary or take some time out for a spot of shopping. The town is home to the famous Trago Mills - Devon's unique discount and leisure experience while the bustling town centre is thriving thanks to it's individuality and a wealth of independent retailers. Plus every Tuesday and Friday the town plays host to a very popular local farmer’s market.
Country parks and walks aplenty
It lies on the Templar Way walking route, which takes you from the heights of Haytor on Dartmoor all the way down to the sea at Teignmouth, following the old granite quarrying route. Buses are available to take you up to Haytor to start your trip – so you don’t need to worry about walking back again!
Stover Country Park sits on the Templar Way and boasts 114 acres of wildlife rich countryside. It’s good for pushchairs and those with limited mobility and features an aeriel walkway, a bird hide, a car park and picnic areas. You can also visit the Ted Hughes Memorial Trail here to read examples of Hughes' finest poems relating to the natural world on sixteen specially-designed 'poetry posts'. There's also the fantastic Decoy Country Park, with its award-winning children's play park.
A day at the races
If you fancy a flutter head over to Newton Abbot Racecourse, one of the UK’s leading summer jumps courses. It’s also home to regular antique fairs and car boot sales so you can spend your winnings!
Something a little different
For a day out which will keep the whole family happy visit Hannah’s at Seale Hayne. For a bit of relaxation and pampering pack your swimsuit and try out their well-being centre. Alternatively, take the children to the farm to visit the sheep and collect some eggs, enjoy local food at the café or head to the shops and art gallery – a day probably won’t be long enough.
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Stanley house is situated in a lovely part of Paignton looking out across Roundham. Ideal for walking to Goodrington beach down the illuminated cliff walk and catching up on the national coastal path towards Brixham...
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Legends at Steps is a steak and fish ala carte restaurant. specializing in chargrilled steaks cooked to your liking, and locally sourced fresh fish. Owned by Gordon and Jo McCrindle. Opening hours are 5.30pm - 10pm.
A mile from Torquay harbour and in a stunning location at the bottom of a row of imposing cliffs. Grab a deckchair and enjoy the sound of the sea lapping against the shore, or wander along the promenade lined with a colourful row of beach chalets.
Kents Cavern is one of Europe’s top prehistoric Stone Age caves with an extensive labyrinth of spectacular and easily accessible caverns open daily all year. This iconic heritage attraction has many quality tourism awards.
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The Albaston is a magnificent detached Victorian residence offering high quality guest accommodation with a touch of style and luxury, an oasis of calm where you can escape and relax when in Torquay on either business or pleasure.
The Mount Pleasant is an historic building overlooking Dawlish Warren.
Whether you want great food, or just a well-served pint, the Mount Pleasant Inn prides itself on being a friendly pub
Welcome to the newly refurbished Bianco's Restorante Italiano. Specials of the day on the blackboard with fresh fish and seafood "catch of the day".
250 Metres level walk to the beach.
Luxury Bungalow with three bedrooms to sleep 6/7.
Off road parking
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Small and friendly B&B in Dartmouth offering double and twin bedded en-suite accommodation, centrally located with FREE off-road parking. Featured in the Lonely Planet Guide and recommended in the Observer Newspaper .FREE Wi-Fi access in all rooms.
The Orange Tree restaurant is centrally located, yet set in a quiet location. Specific dietry requirements can be catered for, please just call to arrange.