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Population: 2000
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Hatherleigh Carnival Tar Barrels
Kingsteignton Ram Roast
Passing the Port
Pretty Maid’s Charity
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The Barnstaple Shilling
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White Hart Hotel
"Good Points: relaxed and welcoming,accomadating of our large party. Bad Points: None, maybe no carpark ajoining. General review: excellent, no concerns.

Date visited: 2009-10-05 ..." More

Moretonhampstead Dental Practice
"Just to thank you for your emergency re-setting of my bridgework on Thurs a.m. I was/am most grateful. best wishes Annis Cove

Date visited: 1/10/09 ..." More

Great Sloncombe Farm
"You will see from the date that the Farm has had a lasting impression on me. I told friends travelling from Ireland to Eden this week about the Farm ..." More

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Also known as Moreton, Moretonhampstead is a small hilltop settlement on the North-Eastern fringes of the Dartmoor National Park. It was first settled and defined from the moors by the Saxons who occupied the area towards the end of the 7th Century. They named it “Moor-Tun”, Meaning “The settlement in the moor”. Moretonhampstead is surrounded by rolling green hills thick with mature woodland, ideal for rambles and exploring. Placed at the geographical centre of the county, it is perfect for not only exploring the moors, but the rest of Devon. The church of St. Andrew can be traced back to 1450 and beside it is the Sentry, a park-like secluded area of rest and quiet in a peaceful and picturesque setting. Part of the Sentry contains a playground for children. On Cross Street can be found the tea rooms and gallery, housed in the old Mearsdon Manner, once home to the Earl of Devon. At the end of the street, the Almshouses bear a date in the 17th Century, but are believed to be at least 200 years older. Visitors to this charming market town can enjoy hiking, cycling, pony trekking and fishing. Moretonhampstead is twinned with Betton in Brittany.


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White Hart Hotel (0.04 miles)

White Hart Hotel

The White Hart has stood in the Market Square of Moretonhampstead for over three and a half centuries. Formally a Georgian posting house, the Plymouth to London mail coaches changed horses here. During the Napoleonic ... More | visit website

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Ring of Bells Inn (1.62 miles)

Landlord, Simon Saunders, and his staff welcome you to the Ring of Bells. An early, thatched Dartmoor inn, the Ring of Bells has many period features including a 15th century arched door frame, heavy oak doors, low ceilings ... More | visit website
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Bovey Castle (1.72 miles)

Bovey Castle

History, glamour, excitement and adventure - Bovey Castle is truly a luxurious award winning hotel set in beautiful countryside surroundings. A place where you can live out your dreams then put your feet up. In the ... More | visit website

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Eastwrey Barton (2.51 miles)

Eastwrey Barton
Eastwrey Barton is a 4 star Country House Bed & Breakfast with five spacious ensuite rooms, guest lounge, sun room, dining room and cosy bar, all with period furnishings. The house has beautiful views across ... More | visit website
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Mill End Hotel (3.18 miles)

Mill End Hotel
Awarded the AA 'Top Hotel Award' 2006

A converted eighteenth century water mill situated on the banks of the River Teign. The traditional English gardens flow down to the edge of the river and are ... More | visit website
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Three Crowns Hotel (3.36 miles)

Three Crowns Hotel
This 13th Century Inn occupies a significant position in the history of 'picturesque' Chagford, with mullioned windows, massive oak beams, a great open fireplace and four poster beds.

The Three Crowns Hotel is a fine example ... More | visit website

Classic Cottages (3.44 miles)

Classic Cottages
There’s a distinctly ‘des res’ feel about Chagford - lots of pretty art galleries, upmarket cafes and chi-chi shops. A relaxing place for an amble. ... More
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Sandy Park Inn (3.45 miles)

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Parford Well (3.45 miles)

Parford Well
Within the Dartmoor National Park, Parford Well is an extremely comfortable house set in a pretty walled garden overlooking unspoilt countryside in the River Teign Valley. It is the ideal place for a few days break ... More | visit website
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Hazelcott Bed & Breakfast (3.68 miles)

Hazelcott Bed & Breakfast

Is a cosy and select bed and breakfast offering comfortable en suite rooms in the spectacular setting of Dartmoor National Park. Hazelcott is the ideal base for couples, families, walkers cyclists and business people.

Settled on the ... More | visit website

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