Things to see and do - Dartmouth
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Dartmouth Travel guide
Dartmouth : Michelin's recommendations
It would be hard not to be charmed by this little town on the banks of the Dart estuary. A tiny port surrounded by elegant buildings, paved lanes bordered by white houses with flowers, a coastal path, exuberant greenery and a large marina all contribute to the appeal of Dartmouth, protected from seaborne assault by its proud fortress which stands on a spur overlooking the water.
Tourist attractions Dartmouth : Things to see and do
Duke Street GB - Dartmouth TQ6
Butterwalk is a terrace of four shops with overhanging upper floors, supported by eleven granite pillars (built 1635-1640, restored in 1943).
Anzac Street GB - Dartmouth TQ6 9DL
The tall, square, pinaccled tower has been a landmark for people sailing upriver since it was built in 1372. Note especially the south door with its two ironwork lions and Tree of Life, and the medieval altar with legs carved in the shape of ships' f..
Higher Street GB - Dartmouth TQ6
The medieval town's high street has houses dating back to the Middle Ages. Note the four-storey 17C Tudor House and the The Carved Angel, a half-timbered house built in the late 14C and now an inn.
Sandquay Road GB - Dartmouth TQ6 9PH
Overlooking Dartmouth Marina and the picturesque River Dart, The Dart Marina Hotel offers stylish rooms and a luxury spa. With free parking and free Wi-Fi, there is also an award-winning restaurant. The relaxing spa features an indoor pool, spa bath..
27-29 Victoria Road GB - Dartmouth TQ6 9RT
Browns Hotel is a charming, independently run property located just 200 metres from the Dartmouth waterfront. Free WiFi is accessible throughout. Guests receive free parking permits to be used in the South Hams area. The ground floor reception, wine..
The Quay GB - Dartmouth TQ6 9PS
Prix Prices from : 85 £
With a magnificent location, looking out over the harbour and the River Dart, right in the heart of Dartmouth, this 17th-century building offers bright, airy rooms, free Wi-Fi and a stylish restaurant. Privately owned, the award-winning Royal Castle..
11 The Quay GB - TQ6 9PS Dartmouth
8 South Embankment GB - TQ6 9BH Dartmouth
Buzzy 'beach shack' style eatery run by a chatty team. Good old comfort dishes arrive in paper-lined baskets and rely on sustainable produce. Closely set tables have paper cloths proclaiming 'fish so fresh, tomorrow's are still in the sea'.
Sandquay Rd. GB - TQ6 9PH Dartmouth
5 South Embankment GB - TQ6 9BH Dartmouth
Smart restaurant in a lovely spot on the embankment; sit outside looking over the estuary or inside, beside the glass-walled kitchen. Seafood orientated menus have a Mediterranean bias; whole fish cooked on the Josper grill are a hit.
Totnes Road GB - TQ6 0RN Dartmouth
Built in 1839 as the village schoolhouse; the original wooden floor and a huge stone fireplace remain. Tasty, traditional dishes feature meats from nearby farms and seafood from local waters; cooking is unfussy and uses classical pairings.