2019 South Devon Guide

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SOUTH DEVON

TRAVELLER’S GUIDE

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2019


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ROUND ROBIN 6 - 7

We love this area and we want to keep it that way

by offering sustainable tourism; just think what

could be achieved if everyone had one car free

day during their holiday.

DARTMOUTH 10 - 29

TORQUAY 30 - 35

EXETER & EXMOUTH 38 - 39

DARTMOOR 40 - 41

PLYMOUTH 42

PAIGNTON 43 - 49

BRIXHAM 50 - 55

TOTNES 56 - 57

GREENWAY 60 - 62

TIMETABLES 64 - 67

(Ferry, Bus & Steam Trains)

BOAT TIMETABLE 68 - 71

BUS TIMETABLE

(Stagecoach)

72 - 73

TRAIN TIMETABLE 74 - 77

(Great Western Railway)

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The

B CKET

LIST

25 things to

do in Devon

Go crabbing in Dartmouth

Climb a Tor such as Haytor, Houndtor or Sheepstor

Visit a historical castle (haunted at Berry Pomeroy!)

Go wild swimming at Elberry Cove or try sea kayaking

Do the Plymouth Gin tour at Plymouth Distillery on Plymouth Barbican

Visit Bovey Tracey on Dartmoor and take in the Devon Guild of Craftsmen

Take the coastal path from Brixham to Kingswear or try a more level section at Start Point.

Cycle around Burrator reservoir combined with an ice cream or a visit to the Policeman’s Cafe at Princetown.

Sail on Pilgrim, Vigilance or Provident (traditional Brixham trawlers)

Take a ride on the observation carriage the Devon Belle (one of only two in the world) on Dartmouth Steam Railway

Ride a horse on Dartmoor

Take a trip on the historic paddle steamer “Kingswear Castle”

Build a sandcastle on Paignton beach

Learn to surf at Bantham

Canoe the Exe or the Dart

Fly a kite at Goodrington Sands

Beach BBQ at Slapton

Go on a family fishing trip on Saltwind from Brixham

Have a Devon ice cream - or even a gelato!

Enjoy a footplate experience on Dartmouth Steam Railway

Rockpool at Broadsands

Award winning fish & chips on the sea or riverfront

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N o 4 Ferry • Crossing the River Teign for 70 years

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Paddle board at Dittisham

Take a Devon Cream Tea

Cycle from Tavistock to Plymouth (local bike hire companies available) or

Segway on Haldon Hill - great for all the family

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2017

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THE FAMOUS

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CIRCULAR TOUR

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TOTNES

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DARTMOUTH

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Adult £28.50

Concession £27.50

Child £18.00

Family(2A & max 3C) £75.00


You can also join the Best Selling

Round Robin from Torquay

Firstly, catch the Dartmouth Steam Railway

and River Boat bus from The Strand at 10.00

to either Paignton or Totnes. You can do the

Round Robin in either direction so you can

choose to -

Get off the bus at Paignton and jump on our

steam train to Kingswear, followed by the

passenger ferry crossing to enjoy Dartmouth,

river cruise from Dartmouth to Totnes and

finally our bus back to Torquay via Paignton.

Round Robin

CIRCULAR JOURNEY MAP

We will endeavour to provide advertised services and

events but reserve the right to make alterations and

cancellations without prior notice.

Or you can stay on the bus to Totnes, take the

river cruise from Totnes to Dartmouth, the

passenger ferry crossing to Kingswear and the

steam train to Paignton.Then back to Torquay

on the bus.

Advance booking during busy periods is

recommended.Allow all day parking. Round

Robin Torquay operates daily from 30th March

- 29th September 2019. There is an itinerary

planner on the Dartmouth Steam Railway and

River Boat website. See map on centre pages

PAIGNTON

PAIGNTON

Working out your best

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DARTMOUTH

KINGSWEAR

1. Choose your departure point

(Paignton, Dartmouth, Totnes or

Torquay)

2. Check the sailing times between

Dartmouth-Totnes (and vice versa)

3. Work out your preferred connecting

train (allow 30 mins to cross from

Kingswear-Dartmouth and vice versa)

4. If this doesn’t work for you, try taking

the route the other way around...

Call 01803 555872 and OPTION 3

or go online to see our interactive

planner - use the “Book” page to

give you the optimum route for your

chosen day of travel

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HISTORY COMES ALIVE

DARTMOUTH IS A GREAT DESTINATION WHICH HAS

SOMETHING FOR EVERYONE, FROM YOUNG TO OLD

There is always something to do from crabbing on the embankment, visiting Dartmouth

Castle by the Castle Ferry. Walking the coastal path, strolling the streets to browse all the

small independent shops we are lucky to have in town. Learning more about Dartmouth’s

history at the Dartmouth Museum, catching a film or live theatre at The Flavel. Top class

eating and drinking is also on offer from breakfast, brunch, lunch, afternoon teas, dinner

& everything in between! In 2016 the new, long awaited Indoor Pool opened, which is a

fantastic opportunity for locals and visitors alike to enjoy swimming all year round.

And of course there’s all the fantastic festivals which happen throughout the year,

including the Comedy Festival, Beer Festival, Dart Music Fest, Dartmouth Royal

Regatta, the Dartmouth Food Festival & Candlelit Dartmouth.

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Dartmouth

and Kingswear Castles and the

harbour entrance.

Approx 1hr. Non-landing cruise, departs

Dartmouth daily 11:30, 12:30, 13:30 & 14:30 (plus

15:30 in high season only). Lovely views of the

estate of Dame Agatha Christie, Bayards Cove,

Dittisham, Dartmouth Castle, Britannia Royal

Naval College, Sir Walter Raleigh’s Boathouse

and Greenway Quay

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£12.50

£11.50

£8.50

£36.00


CAFÉ ALF RESCO

CELEBRATES 25 YEARS IN DARTMOUTH

At the heart of the community in Dartmouth for the last 25 years, Café Alf Resco is a relaxed rustic eatery

always open from 7am serving great coffee breakfast and brunch all day. To celebrate our birthday we

will be doing some community fundraisers over the course of the year to raise money for many different

Dartmouth local charities. We are also going to be working hard on becoming a plastic free venue.

We have had some amazing adventures over the past 25 years, the customers of the Café have been

incredible. So many fantastic people, it’s been so special to share in so much of their lives.

Working with some amazing people, who really have put their heart and soul into the spirt of Alf’s! • Two

Café crew members meeting each other at Alf’s and now living in Dartmouth with two wonderful children

• Working with all the local schools, Scouts, guides and Brownies, helping them all fundraise • Café crew

members getting married and deciding to stay in Dartmouth • Winning double gold at the International

Marmalade Festival • Winning the best granola in the breakfast awards • Putting up wonderful regatta

displays • Seeing the amazing young staff develop and become great members of society and really playing

a part in Dartmouth future • Being snowed in!! • Visiting ducks • And finally being honoured to be part of so

many special occasion, engagements, weddings, anniversaries, and birthdays.

WE ARE ALL REALLY LOOKING FORWARD TO THE NEXT PART OF OUR ADVENTURE WITH

THE NEXT BIG MILESTONE BEING PART OF THE MAYFLOWER 400 CELEBRATIONS.

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FROM TORQUAY

& BRIXHAM to

dartmouth

Your sea adventure starts at 11.00 at the Old

Fish Quay steps, Torquay, close to the Western

Lady Sales kiosk (see map pg24) and where

the ferry departs. Your boat will usually be

the Dart Venturer. Take in the uninterrupted

views of the Bay as you journey towards

Dartmouth via Brixham and keep your eyes

peeled for the occasional dolphin, porpoise

and all manner of sea birds. Passengers

board at Brixham at 11.40 giving you the great

Beautiful holiday homes

Stunning locations

Award-winning service

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or 01803 293 797.

Adult £11.00

Concession £11.00

Child £7.50

Family(2A & max 3C) £35.00

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The popular Sea Train

Adventure gives you a

spectacular day out - coast,

countryside and culture!

Departs Torquay and Brixham, see map on

centre pages. This all day inclusive ticket provides a

beautiful coastal voyage across Torbay and around Berry

Head to Dartmouth - enjoy time ashore here for a spot

of lunch or shopping. The journey continues with a short

passenger ferry crossing to Kingswear and then a 30min

steam train to Paignton followed by a bus journey back

to Torquay on the No. 100 bus. You can travel in either

direction i.e. boat trip first or train ride first.

Your ticket includes a 1hr 45min sea voyage between

Torquay, Brixham and Dartmouth, Ferry, a 30min steam

train journey between Kingswear and Paignton and

a 20min bus ride between Paignton and Torquay or

Brixham, from the 1st April to the 30th September. For

October sailings, see our website. Departs Torquay 11.00

and Brixham at 11.40. Arrives Dartmouth 13.00, return via

ferry and 14.55, 15.10 or 15.40 (depending on timetable)

steam train and our 16.30 bus, or any Stagecoach No.12

bus to Torquay or Brixham until 19.00; only £1.50 when

you show your valid Sea Train ticket to the driver.

You will normally sail on the Dart Venturer

and will enjoy a commentary, her

covered and sundeck areas and

a licensed bar serving tea,

coffee and soft drinks, etc.

Weather and sea conditions

dependent, please check

on the day of sailing 01803

293797 or 01803 555872.

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Sea Train Adventure

Adult £19.95

Concession £19.95

Child £13.00

Family(2A & max 3 C) £59.00


Steam Train and Cruise

Adult £26.50

Concession £26.00

Child £15.00

Family(2A & max 3 C) £69.00

Please see the

timetables at the

back of this guide.

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Dittisham

The best way of getting to ‘Ditsum’ (as it is

known locally) is by the red and yellow Dittisham

Ferries, look out for Carlina and Sandpiper. The

ferry from Dartmouth takes about 30 minutes

and is delightful - an entirely different experience

from that gained on bigger vessels.These smaller

boats are the only ones that can land at Dittisham

pontoon opposite Greenway Quay. The village

has excellent walks, spectacular views and arguably

the best line-crabbing in Devon. Try lunch at the

Ferry Boat Inn or pop into the friendly Red Lion

pub to while away an hour or two. To book the

‘Ditsum’ ferry call 07818 001108.

The Original

The Original

The Original

Original

CARLINA

ARLINA

M: 07818 001 108

The Original

Fares

Fares

ADULT RETURN £8.50

ADULT RETURN £8.50

ADULT SINGLE £6.00

ADULT SINGLE £6.00

CHILD CHILD (Under (Under 16) 16) RETURN £6.00 £6.00

CHILD CHILD (Under (Under 16) 16) SINGLE £4.00

Children Under 3 Free!

Children Under 3 Free!

SANDPIPER Fares

CARLINA

Fares

ADULT RETURN £8.50

ADULT SINGLE £6.00

CHILD (Under 16) RETURN £6.00

CHILD (Under 16) SINGLE £4.00

Children Under 3 Free!

SANDPIPER

M: 07818 001 108

M: ADULT 07907 RETURN 528 201 £8.50

M: M: 07818 07818001 001108

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M: 07907 528 528201

201

DARTMOUTH M: 07907 ADULT 528 DITTISHAM SINGLE 201 £6.00

10.00 CHILD 14.00* (Under 10.3016) RETURN 14.30* £6.00 DARTMOUTH DITTISHAM

DARTMOUTH DITTISHAM

DARTMOUTH 10.30* CHILD 14.30 (Under DITTISHAM

11.00* 16) SINGLE 15.00 £4.00

Fares

10.00 14.00* 10.30 14.30*

11.00 15.00* 11.30 15.30*

10.00 14.00* 10.30 14.30*

11.30* 15.30 12.00* 16.00

*Departure ADULT 10.00

times in yellow RETURN 14.00* £8.50 Children 10.30Under 14.30* 3 Free!

10.30* 14.30 11.00* 15.00

are only available when 2 12.00 16.00* 12.30 16.30*

10.30* 14.30 11.00* 15.00

10.30* 14.30 11.00* 15.00

11.00 15.00* 11.30 15.30*

boats ADULT are working 12.30* 16.30 13.00* 17.00

11.00

SINGLE £6.00

15.00* 11.30

13.30

CARLINA SANDPIPER

14.00 15.30*

11.00 11.30* 15.00* 15.30 12.00* 11.30 16.00 15.30*

CHILD (Under 16) RETURN £6.00 *Departure times in yellow

11.30* 15.30 12.00*

11.30* 15.30 12.00* 16.00

*Departure 16.00

arture times in yellow

are only available times in when yellow 2 12.00 16.00* 12.30 16.30*

M: 07818 001 LICENSED 108 FOR 12 PASSENGERS

12.00 16.00* 12.30 16.30*

nly available CHILD when 2 (Under 12.00 16) SINGLE 16.00* £4.00M: 12.30 07907 are only 528 boats 16.30* available 201 are working when 2 12.30* 16.30 13.00* 17.00

oats are working RESTRICTED TIME 12.30* TABLE WILL 16.30 BE OPERATED, 13.00* ‘OFF SEASON’ boats 17.00 are working 12.30* 13.30 16.30 13.00* 14.00 17.00

Children Under 3 Free!

13.30 DARTMOUTH14.00

DITTISHAM

13.30

14.00

10.00 14.00* 10.30 14.30* LICENSED FOR 12 PASSENGERS

LICENSED FOR 12 10.30* PASSENGERS 14.30 11.00* RESTRICTED 15.00TIME LICENSED TABLE FOR WILL 12 BE PASSENGERS

OPERATED, ‘OFF SEASON’

TRICTED TIME SANDPIPER

TABLE WILL BE 11.00 OPERATED, 15.00* ‘OFF RESTRICTED 11.30 SEASON’ 15.30* TIME TABLE WILL BE OPERATED, ‘OFF SEASON’

11.30* 15.30 12.00* 16.00

*Departure times M: in yellow 07907 528 201

are only available when 2 12.00 16.00* 12.30 16.30*

26 boats are working 12.30* 16.30 13.00* 17.00

DARTMOUTH DITTISHAM 13.30

14.00


PADDLE STEAMER

P.S KINGSWEAR CASTLE

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Excursions & day trips by steam train

& paddle steamer - Enjoy south devon

and the....

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Bus service

River cruise

Stoke Gabriel

Dartmouth-Totnes

Steam train

01803 555872 www.paddlesteamerkc.co.uk


A cruise with a difference from

Dartmouth which takes you outside

the estuary and along the coast

towards Start Point.You will

view the coastal villages of

Stoke Fleming and Torcross,

Blackpool Sands and the

unique Slapton Sands used

for training purposes during

World War II in preparation

for the D-Day landings (with

a tragic enemy encounter on

one particular night).You may

also see some fantastic wildlife

which inhabits the seas of the English

Channel e.g. gannets, dolphins, etc.

Dartmouth Coastal Cruise

Adult £14.00

Concession £13.50

Child £9.00

Family(2A & max 3C) £39.00

Departs daily at 13.45 from 1st May to

29th September subject to sea conditions.


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Torbay, or “The Bay” is a triangle

formed from Brixham, Paignton and

Torquay. Each of these three sea towns

has its own identity - all three are terrific

fun! The Western Lady ferries will take

you to/from Brixham, and Paignton

Pleasure Cruises will cover the Paignton

links to both Brixham and Torquay. Why

not leave the car behind and hop on one of

these ferries to explore these seaside towns.

Brixham is steeped in maritime history and

is still very much a working fishing port. Sky

Atlantic recently aired the popular TV series

“Fish Town” - a documentary series focussing

on this hard working fishing port. There is

much to see and do here, not least of which

is a visit to the replica Golden Hind moored in

the harbour. Or take a swim in the Shoalstone

natural seawater swimming pool. Paignton is the

home of the steam railway but it is also unique

amongst the three towns as it has a Pier. Paignton is

a wonderful British coastal resort and offers much to

the whole family with stunning sandy beaches, and other

time-honoured seaside traditions! Oh, and don’t forget the

huge new play park on the Green, which is free for kids. It also

has history - a thousand years of it.

Torquay completes this Bay trio and is the largest of the

three towns. It has beautiful gardens along the seafront and

the famous Rock Walk where spectacular views will reward

you when you reach the top of the winding pathway and steps.

Torquay is lucky to host a big observation wheel during the

summer months - it is the very wheel that graces Hyde Park

in London for the annual Winter Wonderland attraction!

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EXETER

Exeter is the capital of Devon and is full of character

and history. There is of course the obligatory shopping

experience with a mix of high street brands and more

independent stylish boutiques and shops. Life and

skyline is also influenced by the Norman cathedral at

the heart of the city.

No trip to the City is complete without a visit to the

Exeter Quayside! There is walking, cycling, and boating

for the more lively among you, to just enjoying a relaxing

pint from the Prospect Inn by the water’s edge. Some

of the buildings warehouses date back to the time of

Charles II.

Unusually, there is also a great opportunity to see the

city from a different perspective by taking a tour of

the famous medieval vaulted passageways. Shoppers

and visitors to the busy city centre are oblivious to the

Underground Passages network of tunnels running

beneath their feet! The unique medieval subterranean aqueducts were built in the 14th century

to provide the city with a constant supply of fresh water from springs outside the walls. The

water would travel through lead pipes and, as these pipes would sometimes spring leaks, the

passages were constructed to avoid the expense and time involved with digging them up.

Further down the Exe estuary before reaching Exmouth you’ll find the quaint and historic

village of Topsham. With beautiful Georgian and Tudor houses it’s a real taste of a quintessential

English village with a real nautical feel. There are fine river walks (on one you’re likely to come

across the RSPB bird hide at the wonderfully named Bowling Green Marsh) and some really

characterful shops and eateries to enjoy.

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EXMOUTH

Exmouth brings you to the point at which the Exe meets the sea and, as you

might expect, water sports feature highly in the list of activities to keep you

occupied with sea kayaking, kite surfing and wind surfing. The town is a gateway

to the Jurassic Coast World Heritage Site offering a wealth of geological wonders

that can be viewed by walking along the magnificent coastal path. Cyclists (and

walkers) can follow the cycle path that takes you all the way along the seafront,

and up the beautiful Exe Estuary Trail to the pretty village of Lympstone and

to Topsham and into Exeter. There is plenty of choice should you wish to hire a

bike in the town. Sunsets here are also pretty spectacular!

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DARTMOOR

NATIONAL PARK

The ultimate adventure playground!

If you enjoy the outdoors then this is the place for you.The National

Park covers 368 square miles of moorland. Great for walking, mountain

biking, climbing and horseriding. Why not take a stroll up to Haytor,

before enjoying lunch at the Rock Inn, or drink in the view from the Ten

Commandments stone. Badgers Holt is great if you want to cool down

by the beautiful River Dart, or if you feel adventurous, climb the hill for

some fantastic views of the river valley at Dartmeet….If cream teas are

your thing…. then head for Widecombe in the Moor or the Two Bridges

Hotel.

For more information, visit www.dartmoor.gov.uk

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Moretonhampstead

DARTMOOR

Exeter

Two Bridges

Dartmeet

Widecombe

Haytor

Ten

Commandments

Ashburton

Bovey Tracey

Newton

Abbot

A38

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PLYMOUTH

Plymouth is a historic city with very strong naval traditions and ties - its naval importance led

to its being heavily bombed during World War II. The city suffered immense damage (the city

centre and the port areas were almost completely destroyed) and it was described as the

worst-bombed city in the UK. The area known as the Barbican escaped major damage and

the buildings here still remind you of the naval heritage of Plymouth with its narrow cobbled

streets and oddly shaped warehouses and buildings (many Tudor and Jacobean) are squeezed

into the shelter of the 17th century Citadel (which is still home to an operational military

establishment today). The area is also home to the famous Plymouth Gin distillery and the

National Marine Aquarium.

The Hoe houses the famous red and white striped Smeaton’s Tower lighthouse plus the art

deco Tinside Lido which has stunning views out to sea from the Grade II listed saltwater pool

and which is open during the summer months.

Overlooking the sea on the Hoe near to the green where, legend has it, he finished his game of

bowls before heading out to defeat the Spanish Armada in 1588, is a statue of Sir Francis Drake

- audacious explorer and local hero. Each August the Hoe plays host over two evenings to the

British Fireworks Championships. A sight to behold and highly recommended!

Royal William Yard: Found in the Stonehouse region of Plymouth, Royal William Yard is situated

in and around the Grade 1 Listed former Royal Naval victualling buildings. It is an impressive site

with restaurants, museums, art galleries & studios, wine lounge and even an artisan bakery.

You will find spectacular views looking out directly onto water. One overlooks the Basin (Royal

William Yard’s interior dock) while others look out onto the Hamoaze, the estuary of the tidal

River Tamar. Originally the site housed a Naval Victualling Yard, but more recently developers

have opened up the Yard to the public and brought life back into the old buildings with a

mixture of apartments, offices, retail and leisure space.

Lesser known but still a great place to visit, there is always Cawsand village to explore which

can be reached by ferry. The three-mile bay of Cawsand (and Kingsand) sit across the Tamar

from Plymouth and offer sheltered beaches with views out over the world famous Plymouth

Sound.

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PAIGNTON

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AWARD WINNING PASTIES, SANDWICHES AND CAKES

AVAILABLE DAILY, OPPOSITE PAIGNTON TRAIN STATION

Nature Trail, Country Walks & Seasonal Activities.

Farm Cafe offering freshly-made delicious meals, snacks and drinks,

using locally sourced produce.

www.countryside-trust.org.uk/occombe

info@countryside-trust.org.uk 01803 520 022

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Trips

Brixham & Torquay Ferry

Evening Cruises

Dartmouth Cruises

Wildlife Cruises

Fishing Trips

Special Events

Private Charters

Family owned and operated

Four generations

of the Lane family

Paignton Pleasure Cruises

Office 01803 529147 • Boat 07768 014174

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info@splashdownquaywest.co.uk Goodrington Sands, Paignton, Devon TQ4 6LN

Call 01803 555550 or visit www.splashdownwaterparks.co.uk for opening times + to book

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BRIXHAM

The Fishing Mecca of Brixham

Having been the recent star of the Sky Atlantic television programme “Fish Town”, where we got

to learn the daily goings on of many of the local residents and eccentrics, Brixham has enjoyed a

boost in visitor numbers. And rightly so, as Brixham is still a working fishing port with a bustling

and friendly atmosphere.

Sir Francis Drake’s Golden Hind

Brixham is one of England’s most historic and finest fishing ports, with a thriving fishing industry

and natural harbour full of character and charm.The Golden Hind Museum Ship, which is a full

sized replica of Sir Francis Drake’s iconic ship from the Tudor age of exploration, and one of only

two in the world, has been the focal point of Brixham’s beautiful harbour for over 50 years.

Whether you choose to explore the ship to learn more about Drake - the first English man to

circumnavigate the globe on board the Golden Hind - or simply take in the view from the quayside,

Brixham Harbour is a ‘must visit’ place on your visit to South Devon. Drake, born in Tavistock

over four hundred years ago, is celebrated for being a courageous soldier, pre-eminent navigator,

accomplished statesman and last but not least, one of England’s finest sailors. On board you

will find the story of Drake’s epic voyage of discovery and adventure lasting almost three years

and covering 40,000 miles, from which he returned with vast treasures to share with his patron,

Queen Elizabeth I.

The Golden Hind delights thousands of visitors and is also an approved educational centre.

Visitors can explore the five decks at their own pace to get a sense of the scale of the ship and

conditions the crew endured.

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They can also follow in the footsteps of the famous, with information on the dozens of radio and TV

programmes the ship has featured on. Not to be missed is the panoramic view of Brixham from the

Observation Deck and the ‘Golden Globe’ etched with the route of the voyage, as well as the gun

deck featuring a whole deck of museum style historic displays. The ship also captivates our younger

visitors who love coming on board and playing their part on a real life floating pirate galleon!

The Golden Hind is ‘Brixham’s Treasure’ and holds an important place in the heart of the local

community, providing a unique backdrop to many of Brixham’s festivals and annual events. The

Golden Hind team are proud to play their part by restoring and preserving the ship for future

generations, so that young or old, local, tourist or international visitor can delight in the ship’s

authenticity and stunning harbour location. Success will mean that there is every chance that the

ship will give pleasure to Brixham’s visitors for the next fifty years!

Holiday Homes

From £14,995

Idyllic Park with Sea Views

Full Entertainment Programme

Kids Clubs & Play Parks

Heated Indoor/Outdoor Pools

Low Site Fees

South Bay Holiday Park

St. Mary’s Road Brixham, TQ5 9QW

01803 853004

Southbay-sales@jfhols.co.uk

To find us follow

the brown tent

signs after the

“Welcome to

Brixham” sign.

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Half Way Down The Line

You’ll find one of Torbay’s most renown dining pubs.

See our Trip Advisor reviews.

At Churston Station on the Dartmouth Steam Railway you’ll

find a family owned gastropub with an extensive menu to suit

all tastes. Big on Seasonal Specials, Vegetarian, Vegan and

Gluten Free options without compromising those family

favourites every one wants.

Open all day for a wide variety of Alcoholic and

Non Alcoholic drinks and some really great Teas and Coffees.

We also have six well appointed Rooms,

sleep within 50ft of a Steam Railway Station & Tracks.

Booking strongly recommended

Try our online booking

service on our website.

Open All Day

Food Cooked all day Saturday & Sunday.

12.00 - 2.30 & 6.00 - 9.30 Week Days

The Weary Ploughman Inn

Dartmouth Road, Churston Ferrers, Brixham, Devon. TQ5 0LL

01803 844702

www.wearyploughman.co.uk


A LITTLE BIT OF HISTORY...

The Weary Ploughman Inn, was originally built as the Station Hotel for Churston Railway Station, as part of Lord Churston

initial investment in the local railway. After the GWR bought the line in 1876 it wasn’t required by the Railway and sold

off to a local brewery.

It continued as the Station Hotel for many years and then the local Golf Club took an interest in it and it was renamed the

Churston Links Hotel. When the golf club moved into their current premises it was felt a new name was required and a

competition was held amongst the locals to rename the pub with the prize being a now disputed number of Gallons of

beer for the winner – and so the Weary Ploughman Inn was born – the only one in the country!

Locals recollect that Agatha Christie used to sit at a window table in the restaurant, which in those days looked straight

out onto the tracks, waiting to start her journeys to London. You can find the Inn in her novels ‘The ABC Murders’ and

‘Dead Man’s Folly’.

The business was bought in 2015 by locals, husband & wife team, James & Cathy Pidgeon. James’ family have long and

established roots in the area, family tradition has it that the ancestral holdings, in the adjacent village of Galmpton, were

given to the family by Henry V as recognition of the success of a Royal fleet Sea Captain!. A long series of Sea Captains and

Farmers has led to the current generation, who are the last remaining commoners on the adjacent Galmpton Warborough

common; the family still cut the common for hay every year to maintain the tradition and nurture the wild flowers.

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BERRY HEAD TO

DARTMOUTH

Coast and Cliffs

The stretch of coastline from Brixham to Dartmouth is one of the most beautiful and unspoilt of anywhere in the

country. Towering cliffs, sandy coves, rare and exciting wildlife, historic military defences… Whether exploring one

of the nature reserves, or walking the spectacular coastal path, or simply sailing past on the Brixham-Dartmouth

ferry, a visit to this stretch of coast will stick in your memory for a long time.

Just outside Brixham, Berry Head’s limestone cliffs mark the southern tip of Torbay. The headland has been an

important defensive position since Roman times, and contains two well-preserved historic Napoleonic-era forts

and cannons, a cold-war bunker, and Britain’s shortest but highest lighthouse. Today the area is a large nature reserve

with many rare birds, animals, insects and flowers, including a highly-protected colony of endangered Greater

Horseshoe Bats. There is parking and an informative visitor centre. The Guardhouse Café is open every day for

breakfast, lunch and cakes.

In the spring, Berry Head’s cliffs are home to hundreds of nesting sea birds, in particular the largest guillemot colony

in the south of the UK. These “Brixham Penguins” lay their eggs directly onto the cliff ledges. When the chicks are a

few weeks old, the parents push them off!

From Berry Head, an eleven-mile strenuous section of the South West Coast Path brings you via cliffs, beaches and

woods to Kingswear & Dartmouth. This is a rewarding, full day walk for fit walkers; you can do a shorter round walk

from one of the National Trust car parks near Coleton Fishacre. Beautiful flowers surround the path for much of

the spring and summer; you may even spot the bee orchid, whose petals perfectly resemble a thirsty bee taking a

drink of nectar. The varied bird life includes peregrine falcons, cirl buntings and soaring gannets, plus rare migrating

species in the spring and autumn.

From anywhere along the coast, you have a good chance of seeing porpoise and seals. Several species of dolphin

also frequently visit, often in large numbers; and in 2017 a humpback whale was here for several days, feeding on the

abundant fish in these waters.

Whether it’s for a blustery walk, a secluded swim or a relaxing hour away from the crowds, enjoy your visit!

Alex Foley - The Guardhouse Cafe

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The Guardhouse Café

Taste of the West Best South West Cafe in 2018

Visit Devon Café of the Year GOLD award in 2017

Freshly-made food menu with varied seasonal specials

Locally-roasted, lovingly-made coffee

Stunning views over Torbay and the South Devon coast

Free biscuits for well-behaved dogs!

Open from 9am - 5pm all year

Berry Head National Nature Reserve, Brixham

01803 855778

www.guardhousecafe.com

We are located 300m from

Berry Head Car Park, TQ5 9AP

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AWARD

WINNING

Pub Restaurant

Newton Road, Littlehempston

Totnes, Devon TQ9 6LT

01803 863733

thepigandwhistle.co.uk

on the A381 between

Totnes & Newton Abbot

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THE PERFECT PLACE TO VISIT

for drinks, light bites, sandwiches, cream

tea, home-cooked traditional pub

food and friendly service.

The Plains, Totnes, TQ9 5DD

01803 862125 - www.royalsevenstars.co.uk

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Explore!

Or sit back relax & enjoy…

… the stunning

location in beautiful

South Devon.

T. 01803 842 066 www.galmptontouringpark.co.uk

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AGATHA CHRISTIE’S

GREENWAY HOUSE

STEP BACK IN TIME TO THE 1950S WHEN STEAM TRAINS WERE THE WAY TO TRAVEL…

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Christie Limited in the

UK and elsewhere.

All rights reserved.

SHUTTLE BUS

NB: Shuttle bus only operates on orange timetable and not on Fridays & Sundays

DEP CHURSTON STATION 1030 1115 1200 1240 1320 1440 1525 1610 1650

GREENWAY HALT 1038 1123 1208 1248 1328 1448 1533 1618 1657

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GOODRINGTON 1035 1220 1430 1620

CHURSTON 1045 1230 1440 1630

GREENWAY R 1050 1235 1445 1635

KINGSWEAR 1100 1245 1455 1645

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GREENWAY R 1125 XXXX 1520 XXXX

CHURSTON 1130 1315 1530 1715

GOODRINGTON 1140 1325 1540 1725

PAIGNTON 1145 1330 1545 1730

! SHUTTLE BUS

from Churston Station (FREE with valid train ticket,

otherwise £4.00 return). Daily except Fridays.

R = request stop

PAIGNTON 10.00 10.45 11.30 12.15 13.00 14.15 15.00 15.45 16.30

GOODRINGTON 10.05 10.50 11.35 12.20 13.05 14.20 15.05 15.50 16.35

CHURSTON 10.15 11.00 11.45 12.30 13.15 14.30 15.15 16.00 16.45

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KINGSWEAR 10.30 11.15 12.00 12.45 13.30 14.45 15.30 16.15 17.00

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GREENWAY R 10.50 11.35 XXXX XXXX 14.20 XXXX XXXX 16.35 XXXX

CHURSTON 11.00 11.45 12.30 13.15 14.30 15.15 16.00 16.45 17.30

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PAIGNTON 11.15 12.00 12.45 13.30 14.45 15.30 16.15 17.00 17.45

RETURN TRAIN FARES

From Kingswear/Dartmouth - Adult: £10.50 Concession (60 plus): £10.00 Child: £6.00 Family (2Ad &max 3Ch: £29.00

From Paignton - Adult: £11.50 Concession (60 plus): £11.00 Child: £7.00 Family (2Ad &max 3Ch: £30.00

Fares above Paignton or Dartmouth to Churston and Greenway Halt The above fares do not include entry to Greenway House & Garden


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BUS SERVICE No 100

BUS SERVICE 100 TOTNES-PAIGNTON

Daily inc Bank Holidays 30th March - 2nd November

Depart CHURSTON 08.40

Depart Totnes

Steamer Quay

Depart Totnes

Coronation Rd*

goodrington

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Bus Station

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Steamer Quay

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Santa Trains

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Adult £18.25 Concession £17.75 Child (3-15 yrs) £11.00 Fam (2Ad & 3Ch) £50.00

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28 FRI 09:45 13:30 15:15 11:30 15:15 17:05

29 SAT 10:45 14:15 15:30 12:30 16:00 17:05

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2 TUE 07:45 13:45 15:45 09:30 15:30 17:30

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3 WED 08:30 14:30 15:45 10:15 16:15 17:30

3 SAT 08:15 10:00 16:15 10:00 11:45 18:00

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4 SUN 08:15 10:15 17:00 10:00 12:00 18:45

5 FRI 08:15 10:00 16:15 10:00 11:45 18:00

5 MON 08:15 10:00 11:35 17:30 09:55 11:45 13:15 19:05

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6 TUE 08:15 10:00 12:15 10:00 11:45 14:00

7 SUN 08:15 10:15 11:45 10:00 12:00 13:30

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8 MON 08:15 10:15 12:30 10:00 12:00 14:15

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10 WED 08:15 10:00 11:45 14:15 10:00 11:45 13:45 16:00 10 SAT 09:00 10:15 13:45 15:15 10:45 12:00 15:30 17:00

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13 SAT 11:00 12:30 14:30 16:00 12:45 14:15 16:15 17:35 13 TUE 12:30 14:00 16:00 14:15 15:45 17:45

14 SUN 12:00 13:30 15:30 17:00 13:45 15:15 17:05 18:35 14 WED 13:15 15:00 16:45 15:00 16:45 18:30

15 MON 12:45 14:15 16:15 14:30 16:00 18:00

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16 FRI 08:45 15:15 10:30 17:00

17 WED 08:30 14:30 15:45 10:15 16:15 17:30

17 SAT 08:15 09:25 15:15 10:00 11:10 17:00

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21 SUN 08:15 10:15 16:30 10:00 12:00 18:05

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22 MON 08:10 10:00 11:35 16:50 09:55 11:45 13:15 18:30 22 THU 08:30 10:15 12:00 17:15 10:15 12:00 13:45 19:00

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24 WED 08:30 10:00 12:30 10:15 11:45 14:15

24 SAT 08:30 10:00 12:00 13:30 10:15 11:45 13:45 15:15

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28 SUN 10:00 11:45 13:45 15:30 11:45 13:30 15:30 17:05 28 WED 12:00 13:45 15:30 13:45 15:30 17:05

29 MON 11:00 12:30 14:45 16:00 12:45 14:15 16:30 17:35 29 THU 13:00 15:00 16:30 14:45 16:45 18:05

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31 WED 13:15 15:15 16:45 15:00 17:00 18:30

31 SAT 08:55 15:30 10:40 17:05

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11 WED 12:15 15:45 14:00 17:30

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13 FRI 13:45 15:30

14 SAT 08:15 15:30 10:00 17:05

15 SUN 09:00 15:15 10:45 17:00

16 MON 09:30 15:15 11:15 17:00

17 TUE 08:15 10:00 15:45 10:00 11:45 17:30

18 WED 08:15 10:00 16:00 10:00 11:45 17:35

19 THU 08:15 10:15 16:15 10:00 12:00 18:00

20 FRI 08:15 11:30 10:00 13:15

21 SAT 08:15 12:00 10:00 13:45

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23 MON 08:15 10:00 14:00 10:00 11:45 15:45

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25 WED 10:30 14:00 15:45 12:15 15:45 17:30

26 THU 11:45 15:15 13:30 17:00

27 FRI 12:45 14:30

28 SAT 07:55 15:15 09:30 17:00

29 SUN 08:30 15:15 10:15 17:00

30 MON 09:15 15:45 11:00 17:30

FROM DARTMOUTH FROM TOTNES

1 TUE 10:00 16:30 11:45 18:15

2 WED 10:00 16:45 11:45 18:30

3 THU 10:00 17:00 11:45 18:45

4 FRI 08:15 11:45 10:00 13:30

5 SAT 08:30 12:15 10:15 14:00

6 SUN 09:00 13:00 10:45 14:45

7 MON 09:45 14:30 11:30 16:15

8 TUE 10:00 15:15 11:45 17:00

9 WED 10:50 15:15 12:35 17:00

10 THU 11:45 15:15 13:30 17:00

11 FRI 12:30 16:00 14:15 17:35

12 SAT 13:00 16:30 14:45 18:05

13 SUN 07:55 14:00 09:40 15:45

14 MON 08:30 14:30 10:15 16:15

15 TUE 09:05 15:15 10:50 17:00

16 WED 09:30 15:15 11:15 17:00

17 THU 10:00 15:45 11:45 17:30

18 FRI 10:00 16:00 11:45 17:35

19 SAT 10:00 16:30 11:45 18:05

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21 MON 09:00 12:45 10:45 14:30

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23 WED 10:00 15:15 11:45 17:00

24 THU 10:15 15:15 12:00 17:00

25 FRI 11:15 15:15 13:00 17:00

26 SAT 12:30 16:00 14:15 17:35

27 SUN 12:30 16:00 14:15 17:35

28 MON 13:30 15:15

29 TUE 08:00 14:15 09:40 16:00

30 WED 08:30 15:15 10:15 17:00

31 THU 09:15 15:30 11:00 17:05

1 FRI 09:45 15:45 11:30 17:30

2 SAT 10:00 16:00 11:45 17:35

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Great Western Railway - Guide to train times

Great Western Railway

Guide to train times

11 December 2016 to 20 May 2017

W2

MONDAYS TO FRIDAYS

Exeter to Torbay

The Riviera Line

Exeter St Davids

Exeter St Thomas

Exeter Central

Newton Abbot

Starcross

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Paignton

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to Exeter – The Riviera Line

requent services, to local information campaigns and

the community, the project will get more people using

Torre

Torquay

part of their local train services.

n EU Interreg (international cooperation) project to

cal and regional railways. From station improvements,

The Riviera Line (Exeter to Paignton) is part of the project, thanks

to EU partners in France, Germany and the Netherlands, and

local partners including Devon County Council, Torbay Council,

Great Western Railway, Plymouth University and the Devon

& Cornwall Rail Partnership. Find out more and take part in

the Riviera Line project at citizensrail.org

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TEIGNMOUTH

‘The Gem of South Devon’ is a family town next to the sea. Our

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Nearby the town has national shopping names and many

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and popular children’s play area, all free to use. Teignmouth

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The ferry runs all year (subject to tide and weather conditions)

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