Becky Falls Woodland Park
Becky Falls Woodland Park


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Tel code: 01626 | code search
Postcode: TQ12 | code search
Population: 24000
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Folk Customs:
Burning the Ashen Faggot
Hatherleigh Carnival Tar Barrels
Kingsteignton Ram Roast
Passing the Port
Pretty Maid’s Charity
Tar Barrels & Rock Cannons of Ottery
The Barnstaple Shilling
Turning the Devil’s Stone

Newton Abbot Events

Antique Fair

Antique Fair

Beer Festival
Tuckers Maltings Beer Festival

Antique Fair
Boat Jumble

Newton Abbot Carnival Week
South West Motor Show

Antique Fair
Garden Opera
QUEST Natural Health Show

Antique Fair

CAMRA Newton Abbot/South Devon Beer Festival
Cheese and Onion Fayre
Rock and Gem Show
Town Criers' Championship

Antique Fair
Toy & Train Collectors Fair

Antique Fair
Hannahs Christmas Fayre

Antique Fair

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Newton Abbot Market
"Well I got to say my passengers enjoyed the market and the town but as for parking a coach for disabled passenger not good at all. I asked a traffic ..." More

Lustleigh Mills
"We stayed at Lustleigh Mills in May and found the cottage to be basic yes, but very cosy, peaceful and comfortable. The owners Jan and Mike couldn't have been more ..." More

Highweek Village Inn
"The staff were very friendly, however this was the only redeeming factor. The atmosphere was not disimilar to a housing estate, sky sports, carling black label, fight night venue. The ..." More

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Latest reviews | Events in Newton Abbot | 10 Places to Stay

Newton Abbot, straddling the river Lemon, was once a quiet country market town in rural Devon, that was until the Great Western Railway opened it up to the outside world. Nowadays it is a bustling town with indoor and outdoor markets and many excellent shops. It is often called the “Gateway to moor and sea” Owing to its proximity to the Dartmoor National Park and the popular seaside resorts of Torquay and Teignmouth. Newton Abbot has its own railway museum and of course the Newton Abbot race-course for a day out trying your luck on the horses. Inside the town itself can be seen St Leonard’s Tower, all that remains of a Medieval church demolished in the 19th Century. There are two houses of interest worth a visit in Newton Abbot. Ford House was built with an ‘E’ shaped floor plan, and both Charles I and William of Orange are known to have stayed there. Bradley Manor is a 13th Century Manor House set in secluded woodland. The Great Hall bears the Coat of Arms of Elizabeth I. Hidden in the grounds is the “Puritan’s Pit” A natural hollow, used by non-conformists to hold their secret meetings and avoid persecution.


Ashburton Museum
Becky Falls Woodland Park
Bradley Manor
Church House
Hedgehog Hospital & British Wildlife Garden Centre
Hound Tor Deserted Medieval Village
Miniature Pony Stud and Field of Moor Dreams
Mythic Garden Sculpture Exhibition
Newton Abbot Town and GWR Museum
Orchid Paradise
Plant World
River Dart Country Park
Rock Garden Caves and Nursery
Tuckers Maltings


Ross Park
Twelve Oaks Farm Caravan Park


Yoga - Yoga for slimmers


Enigma Night Club


Dane Cottage


Teignbridge District Council


Brunel NHS Dental Centre
Courtenay House
Devon Villa


Albany Surgery
Buckland Surgery
Devon Square Surgery
The Cricketfield Surgery

Estate Agent

Black Horse Agencies - Alder King
Carrick Johnson
Coast & Country Properties
Connell Estate Agents
Hammond & Shaw

Farmers Market

Newton Abbot Farmers Market

Golf Club

Dainton Park Golf Club
Newton Abbot (Stover)
Stover Golf Club

Health and Fitness Club

McCaulay's Health Clubs

SOQI Total Health Spa


The Rock Inn


Cattle Market Car Boot
Newton Abbot Farmers Market
Newton Abbot Market
Racecourse Car Boot

Pub and Bar

Courtenay Arms
Cridford Inn
Dartmouth Inn
Golden Lion
Heavitree Arms
Highweek Village Inn
Jolly Abbot
Jolly Farmer
Linny Inn & Hayloft Dining Area
Plough Inn
Saracens Head
Ship Inn
Union Inn

Wild Goose Inn
Wolborough Inn


Newton Abbot Races Ltd


Cridford Inn
Grecian (The)
Linny Inn & Hayloft Dining Area
Sampsons Farm Restaurant
Sloop (The)
Thatched Cottage Restaurant
Wild Goose Inn


Stover School


James Mason Tucker
Kellock & Johnson
Robert Bellers & Co


Abbot Taxis
Ace Taxis
Bradley Barton Taxi
Orchard Transport Services


Albany Veterinary Centre

Sports Clubs

Abbotskerswell CC (Cricket)
Decoy BMX Club (Cycling)
Kingskerwell CC (Cricket)
Stokeinteignhead CC (Cricket)
Watts Blake Bearne Judo Club (Martial Arts)


Devon Flower Girl
Bakers The Butchers Ltd
Jacks Patch
Bramley Lodge Garden Nursery
Paws Pet Shop
Dartmoor Direct
The Courtyard
Village Farm
Woodland Organics
Buckland Pharmacy
Getwicked Nails, Hair, Beauty & Tanning
Peters & Sumray
Brantano Footwear

Carphone Warehouse
Frames and Boxes
Contemporary Studio
Maggie Miller Gallery
Ludgate Fine Art
Holland and Barratt
Bee Organic
H Samuel
Wells & Winter
Edinburgh Woollen Mill
Monts Cafe
The Pharmacy Cafe
Sweet Memory Lane
SHIKARA Kitchen Installations
Phase Eight


Thor Stoves antique stoves



Ministry of Paintball(Adventure)
The Rock Climbing & Caving Centre(Climbing)
Decoy Bi-Cross BMX(Cycling)

Places to Stay near Newton Abbot

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Passage House Hotel (1.65 miles)

Passage House Hotel

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Positioned on the northern bank of the River Teign, this hotel with spa facilities has commanding panoramic views of the mouth of the estuary. Passage House Hotel was built on the ... More

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Sampsons Hotel & Restaurant (1.98 miles)

Sampsons Hotel & Restaurant

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Our thatched farmhouse is older than Shakespeare! Sampsons provides the perfect retreat in which to relax and unwind. Built in the 1500s, the house features medieval oak beams and ... More

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Bickley Mill (2.83 miles)

Bickley Mill

Enjoy the friendly atmosphere of this family owned free house in comfortable surroundings. The Bickley Mill is situated in the beautiful wooded valley of Stoneycombe, conveniently located 15 minutes from Newton Abbot, Paignton and Torquay. We ... More | visit website

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Cockhaven Manor Hotel (3.23 miles)

Cockhaven Manor Hotel
Welcome to Cockhaven Manor at Bishopsteignton; this lovely welcoming establishment welcome you to our well situated guest house that provides you with a relaxing/ atmospheric dining area; vibrant accommodation and available function room. Our Bishop ... More | visit website
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The Sail Loft (3.92 miles)

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Luxury apartment situated in a peaceful semi rural location in the village of Ringmore, Shaldon, South Devon. Two minute walk to the estuary and five minutes to the seaside resort ... More

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Bluebell at Bowden Close House (4.30 miles)

Bluebell at Bowden Close House

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Set on the coast road, just 600 yards above sheltered Maidencombe Beach and the village's pretty thatched inn, these three very comfortably furnished properties all have separate ... More

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Orestone Manor Hotel (4.46 miles)

Orestone Manor Hotel
On the coastal road from Torquay to Shaldon this Edwardian retreat is set in landscaped gardens near Torquay and offers some of the finest accommodation and dining in South Devon. Originally the summer lodge of ... More | visit website
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Potters Mooring Hotel (4.52 miles)

Potters Mooring Hotel
Potters Mooring was formerly a sea captains residence and dates from 1625 when Shaldon was a small fishing community. Today Potters Mooring has been lovingly refurbished to the highest standards whilst retaining it's quiet charm ... More | visit website
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Dartmoor Lodge (4.62 miles)

Dartmoor Lodge

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Now under new private ownership, this friendly and welcoming hotel provides comfortable accommodation on the A38, within easy reach of Dartmoor, halfway between Plymouth and Exeter.

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Broadhayes House (4.77 miles)

Broadhayes House

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This is bed and breakfast at its best - superb hospitality in a comfortable stylish home in beautiful surroundings. Broadhayes is a spacious house with spectacular views of farms and ... More

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