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Rugged landscapes, farmers' markets and picnics

Visit Bovey Tracey

Often described as “The Gateway to the Moor”, the small South Devon town of Bovey Tracey is situated right on the edge of glorious Dartmoor and is one of the main towns to access when in the vicinity of this famous rugged landscape. With many unique buildings built using traditional Dartmoor-granite and cob, Bovey Tracey is a quaint Devon village with a wealth of history and charm.

Bovey Tracey Cottages

A stay at one of our Bovey Tracey holiday cottages gives you freedom to explore the sights, prepare your own meals to cut down costs, and cosy up at the end of a day spent sightseeing and exploring.

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Dartmoor Hotels

We’ve a wide range of hotels in Devon, covering Dartmoor and further afield. Why not take a look at our selection, including several beautiful boutique hotels found right on the moors.

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The insider’s guide to Devon

Our insider’s guide to Devon is packed with top tips that only the locals will know because, well, we’re local! Our team have lived in, worked in and loved Devon for years, meaning we’re experts when it comes to all you need to know about our beloved county. So sit back and let us intrigue you with enthralling information, leading you to write a whole new Bucket List dedicated to the county of Devon.

The best secret walks in Devon

Two incredible coastlines, two wild moorlands and an abundance of green spaces make Devon a wonderful place to explore on foot. Discover the best secret walks and find the magic in this stunning county, from the north coast, down to the South Hams. There are woodlands which transform into riotous colour in the autumn, exhilarating coastal walks and accessible routes for all capabilities.

A Dartmoor Gateway

Bovey Tracey is a perfect base to get out and explore 358 square miles of dramatic Dartmoor National Park. You can canoe, kayak and climb at various points, enjoy a relaxed ramble across the moor, or discover the perfect picnic spot.

Dartmoor aside, there are plenty of other attractions and interesting sights to enjoy. The Farmers’ Market sells local produce on alternate Saturday mornings, while the town itself boasts independent boutiques, pubs and shops. Bovey Tracey Golf Centre is ideal for golfers, with picturesque views of Dartmoor throughout the course, while a day out at the House of Marbles is a must for the younger generation. This working glass and games factory creates unusual toys, gifts, and games, while there is also a great collection of amusements to stay entertained.

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