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21 Aug 2020
Welcome to the beautiful town of Dartmouth in South Devon. Situated on the banks of the picturesque River Dart, it’s the perfect year round destination for a short break, day visit or holiday. With numerous festivals and events, exhibitions and markets taking place throughout the year, as well as a great range of attractions and activities both in Dartmouth and nearby, there is always something happening in this vibrant harbour town. If it’s food you love, there is no better place to immerse yourself in Devon’s local produce, from seafood to ice-cream and fudge, the town is a food-lovers paradise. No matter the weather or time of year, Dartmouth is an exciting town just waiting to be explored.
Dartmouth accommodation has something for everyone, regardless of your party size, requirements or length of stay; from in-town apartments, to country cottages and hotels with river views, you will find accommodation to suit your needs and wallet.
You can rest up in a beautiful bed and breakfast and enjoy a delicious Devon home-cooked breakfast. Or if you prefer your own space, there are plenty of pretty self-catering cottages, lodges, apartments or campsites offering you the perfect home away from home.
If you want a special treat, pamper yourself with a luxury hotel stay, there’s plenty of excellent hotels to choose from to suit your budget and desires.
Don’t forget to check our special offers for great deals and last minute offers, or if you’re travelling with your four-legged friend check out our dog friendly accommodation.
There’s no better place than Dartmouth to get out and about in the fresh Devon air. Put on your boots and get walking to enjoy the stunning South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty and the South West Coast Path, both of which are on the town’s doorstep.
You can discover the stunning South Devon countryside by car, foot, bike or boat – the River Dart is nature’s playground for those who love exploring. And the beaches in and around Dartmouth are some of the best in the west.
Did you know Dartmouth has links to the Pilgrim Fathers and has a significant naval history? The town also has royal connections.
There are castles, forts, historical houses, museums and more to explore in the town and surrounding area, there is so much more to Dartmouth than meets the eye.