English Heritage Castles of Devon


Overview

Castles of Devon – Experience a day out with a difference at the Castles of Devon.

Totnes Castle
Is a focal point of Totnes and stands as a mighty legacy to the power of the Normans. It is one of the best surviving examples of an early Norman motte and bailey castle.

Berry Pomeroy Castle
Tucked away in a deep wooded valley, and reputed to be one of the most haunted castles in England.

Dartmouth Castle
Discover the castle’s colourful history including how it was besieged during the Civil War.


Location


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The Shops at Dartington

The Shops at Dartington. A great place for all the family, whatever the weather. With 10 shops, 2 cafes, a beauty spa and several activities and much more we have it all. So whether you're looking for gifts or fine food, come to Dartington with its stunning location, family events and late night shopping at Christmas. We are located 1.5 miles from Totnes in the heart of South Devon known as the South Hams and set within the grounds of the Dartington Hall Estate. Open seven days a week Monday to  Saturday from 9.30am to 5.30pm and Sunday 10am to 5pm. Parking charges apply.

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The Totnes Bookshop is an independent bookstore in the centre of the beautiful, historic town of Totnes. They stock an extensive range of books for both adults and children and you will find books suitable for everyone. Their friendly and knowledgeable staff can help you with all your enquiries. Mondays to Saturdays, 9.30am to 5.30pm and Sundays & Bank Holidays, 10am to 4pm

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the bowie gallery is a well-established art gallery in Totnes, having shown a good range of contemporary art since 2008. Situated in the High street, a stone’s throw from the market place, you will find paintings, sculpture, ceramics and jewellery, mostly from artists who have a strong connection with the South West, as well as often national and international profiles. These include Michael Honnor, Lucianne Lassalle, Thorie Hinds, James Stewart, Rosie Sanders and Sarah Gillespie. The gallery also shows a collection of chairs, under the banner arseart! www.arseart.com. Most works are available to purchase under the arts council supported OWNart scheme – interest-free over 10 months. Open TUESDAY – SATURDAY 10-4 and Mondays by appointment, this little gallery is well worth a visit. In May 2017 see us at FRESH ART FAIR at Cheltenham Racecourse