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National Park Visitor Centre Haytor

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Sarah
Sarah
August 8, 2020
Dartmoor may look like a natural, wild place but, if you look more closely, you can see traces of past lives etched into the land itself. People have been using the moor for over 10,000 years, and you can see the signs of those who have settled here, farmed the land, and dug for resources such as…
Jean
Jean
March 4, 2020
interesting start point for exploring National Park Dartmoor is beautiful,walking paradise.
Colin
Colin
January 31, 2020
40 Minute drive from Morecombe farm caravans - Excellent open moorland- great for long walks and wonderful views.
Elaine
Elaine
October 30, 2019
The beautiful Dartmoor National Park has more than 450 miles of public paths and offers a variety of walking routes to suit all abilities as well as cycle trails, horseriding and climbing.
Sophie
Sophie
October 21, 2019
Dartmoor is a lovely part of Devon for exploring and hiking

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Hafen / Marina
“On fine sunny days the people of Exeter head to the quay. Cobbled paths lead between former warehouses that have been converted into antique shops, quirky stores, craft workshops, restaurants and pubs (popular spots for al fresco drinks and people-watching). The quay features evidence of the city's wool-processing and export business which, by the 18th century, had made Exeter the country's third most important trade centre. Look out for the stately 17th-century red-brick Customs House (complete with cannons) and the gabled 18th-century Wharfinger's House, home to the man who collected the wharfing fees. The nearby Quay House was built in 1680 as a wool store and today houses the Custom House Visitor Centre. Wool-trade-related exhibits include 'tillet blocks' – carved wooden tiles used by merchants to stamp their crests on to fabric. One shows a weaver sitting at a loom. The centre also stocks leaflets detailing other stops on Exeter's Woollen Trail. The quay is also the springboard for walks, cycling and canoe voyages. Boat trips and summer-time free guided tours leave from here. To cross the river, head for bathtub-like Butt's Ferry, which is propelled by a ferryman pulling on a wire.”
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Natural Feature
“Stunning reservoir surrounded by forest which only 20 minutes walk from the farm.”
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Restaurant
“A bit more pricey than my other recommendations, but the food is amazing and definitely one for a special occasion! Must book beforehand. ”
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Bar
“A 50metre walk to the great village pub for lunch, dinner, a drink or a takeaway. Dog friendly”
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Standort
Haytor Vale, England TQ13 9XT
Telefonnummer+44 1364 661520