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Finch Foundry

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In the sweet village of Sticklepath, almost in view of the northernmost of Dartmoor’s high moors, the National Trust’s Finch Foundry offers free access to the café of Britain’s last water powered forge. 150 more words

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Woodleigh Coach House

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Just off the A30 dual carriageway between Exeter and Okehampton, outside the modernish village of Cheriton Bishop, Woodleigh Coach House rises in grey stone; an evocative shape and style on the outside; more like a diner on the inside, with outdoor seating facing the gravel car park. 140 more words

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The Birdcage

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Allegedly the best rural place to live in Britain, the pretty and lively village of Chagford dances cheek-to-cheek with Dartmoor. On the square, the tiny Birdcage perches purplishly by the weathered parish noticeboard; inside, an almost flamboyant mix of well used wooden furniture, benches, cushions, wood panels, mirrors, and bird paraphernalia greets you; and the food presentation is nice. 152 more words

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A lonely, Windy Day At Easdon Rocks

Dartmoor unfortunately doesnt have a good bouldering guide, so the way we find our way around is by using a website called Javu and videos. Javu has a very simply but sometimes hard to use guide, we mix it with videos to try and work out what climb is what. 52 more words


Waterfall at Burrator Reservoir

This waterfall is easy viewable from the roadside on the road that runs around Burrator reservoir. It is obviously artificial (water falls/spurts out of an old metal pipe) and drains down underneath the road. 24 more words