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The Barn Café

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Just off the high moorland, seemingly amongst farm buildings, Ullacombe Farm’s café offers ample inside, and comfy outside, seating, with odd bits of view. 171 more words

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Home Farm Café

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In pleasant walled grounds under a large Ash tree, next to the Dartmoor National Park Authority’s headquarters based at the National Trust’s Parke Estate outside Bovey Tracey, nicely converted outbuildings house the café and surround the cool and shady outside terrace. 157 more words

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The Terrace

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Bovey Tracey is an average small town, its commerce stretched along an east-west road. An old Mill sits beside the shallow river Bovey, now occupied by the sales galleries for the Devon Guild of Craftsmen, with a nicely done café upstairs opening onto a bouncy-floored, open-air eating area. 141 more words

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The Copper Kettle

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Bovey Tracey sits at the bottom of eastern Dartmoor. On its western edge, on the corner of Station Road and the moderately busy A382, this B&B offers a pleasant tea room, and a pretty garden to take tea if the weather suits. 172 more words

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Dandelion Café

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Below Hay Tor in East Dartmoor, embraced by open moorland, Moorlands House protrudes its stand-alone café out towards the entrance gate. Modern inside, I preferred to sit outside where I could see moorland (and Hay Tor at a jump), although the unshaded placement on a baking, disused tarmac parking area is off-putting, not least given the pleasant lawn nearby. 180 more words

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Summer is here!

I’ve decided I’m calling it.

Admittedly it’s early days: as I’ve been writing this post the tapping of my fingers on the keyboard has been accompanied by the rain spattering the window panes. 425 more words

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