Did you know...the South Hams coast is an Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty?

The South Hams is a unique area of Devon as it’s made up of a patchwork of towns and villages, and every single one has something different to offer. There’s Slapton with its long sandy beach, quirky Totnes with its independent shops and sloping cobbled high street and the ever-sophisticated Dartmouth with its setting on the river Dart and maritime history at every turn.

The South Hams coastal path stretches for sixty miles, so visitors have plenty of opportunity to stroll between locations and appreciate the scenery that makes the region a Designated Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

The Pilchard Inn

Hop aboard the famous sea tractor from Bigbury Beach to Burgh Island and you’ll find yourself just outside The Pilchard Inn. This historic inn has served visitors to the island for more than 700 years, and it’s easy to imagine the days when smugglers roamed in and out and it served the local fishermen who called the island home. Anyway,...

The Laughing Monk

Housed in a former village school dating back to 1839, this historic building has been transformed into a truly unique and outstanding dining experience. Using locally sourced vegetables, meat and fish, the food at The Laughing Monk has a reputation for being incredibly fresh and of the highest possible quality. Serving beautiful gastro-pub style cuisine such as Dartmoor pork belly...
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