Discover charming seaside hamlets and quaint villages with cobbled streets, chocolate box cottages and traditional pubs – there are several places near Totnes waiting to be explored.
A very attractive, unified village with grey stone cottages, 15th-century church and local pub.
Once an important industrial village, now a delightful waterside retreat with two inns.
Set amidst rolling hills on the way to Dittisham, it’s home to the ruins of a delightful Medieval nunnery.
A popular village on the River Dart. Traditionally known for its salmon fishery and apple orchards. Also known as a ‘crabbing’ hotspot.
A wonderful picturesque village with steep narrow streets winding high above the River Dart. dittisham.org.uk
Classic Devon village with a mix of newer homes alongside the old church and pub. harbertondevon.co.uk
Once a mill village, it has a traditional post office and a pleasant riverside area. harbertonford.org
Between Dartmouth and Kingsbridge, with an inn by the church and an ancient hill fort.
Just north of Totnes town and best known for its association with nearby Dartington Hall.
Riverside walks by the Dart, a renowned Inn and the often filmed picturesque steam railway station.
Lying deep in the countryside with an interesting church and lively pubs. broadhempston.com
Situated deep in a valley, with ﬂ owing streams, pretty stone cottages and two local pubs.