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  • 1 Fore Street Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    70 st. Fore GB - Totnes TQ9 5RU

    The half-timbered Elizabethan Museum (no 70), the dark red brick Manor (now a community education centre), a late 18C Gothic house (in Bank Lane) and other attractive buildings (nos 48 and 52) testify to Totnes' former prosperity.

  • 2 St Mary's Interesting

    Religious buildings

    rd. Station GB - Totnes TQ9 5HW

    This priory then parish church with its red sandstone tower, decorated with gruesome gargoyles, contains a beautiful Beer stone rood screen (1459).

  • 3 Dartington Hall

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    Dartington Hall GB - Dartington TQ9 6EL

    75 years after its foundation, Dartington continues to fulfil the intentions of its founders, Leonard (1893-1974) and Dorothy Elmhirst (1887-1968). By encouraging talent and individual responsibility through progressive education and reassessing the ..

  • 4 Rampart Walk

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Fore GB - Totnes TQ9 5DA

    Just beyond the Arch at the top of Fore Street, turn right up a flight of steps. The cobbled path along the old ramparts leads past cottages with gay, well-groomed frontages.

  • 5 High Street

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. High GB - Totnes TQ9 5NN

    Interesting features include the Guildhall (1553), which occupies the site of an earlier Benedictine priory. The house at no 16, now a bank, was built in 1585 by a local pilchard merchant whose initials are on the façade. The granite pillared Butterw..

  • 6 Castle

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    st. Castle GB - Totnes TQ9 5NU

    High on a mound sits the 14C castle, built to strengthen the 11C motte and bailey earthworks. The ramparts command excellent views of the River Dart Valley.

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