Dartmouth Steam Railway is a great day out for everyone and a way to experience the beauty of the River Dart with a difference.
The steam railway travels 7 miles along some of the most spectacular coastline, and river cruises offer a unique way to experience the beauty of the River Dart up to Totnes.
Take the round robin, and enjoy the steam train, river cruise, ferry and bus across 3 beautiful towns, or try the paddle steamer or river cruise passing some of the most historical spots in Dartmouth.
A Tudor fort, built between 1522 and 1536 to protect Dartmouth from attack.
Guided Walking Tour
With 150 years of history, Britannia Royal Naval College is an essential place to visit in Dartmouth.
A 600 year old castle with stunning estuary views.
Discover Dartmouth’s fascinating history housed in the 1600 Butterwalk building.
A 1920’s Jazz Age country retreat with stunning coastal gardens
Author Agatha Christies much loved holiday home, owned by the National Trust.
Vineyard and Cheese Dairy on the banks of the stunning River Dart
The town church, dating from 1372.
View the oldest preserved working steam engine in the world.
Bayards Cove Inn
Bed & Breakfast
500 Year old Bayards Cove Inn is close to the site where repairs were made to the Speedwell.
Dart Marina Hotel and Spa
Luxury riverside hotel and spa on the banks of the River Dart.
Camping and Caravanning
Stunning clifftop Holiday Park within minutes of Dartmouth
Royal Castle Hotel
16th Century traditional English coaching inn situated on the quayside with 24 rooms.
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