So much to see, so much to do...

The Two Moors Way


Walking is probably one of the best ways to enjoy the beauty of  Dartmoor National Park. On foot, you can explore areas that you might otherwise not know exist. One great way of seeing the lush Devon countryside is to walk the Two Moors Way from Ivybridge in the south to Lynmouth in the north via The Drewe Arms, of course!

Castle Drogo

A magnificent granite castle built high above the Teign Gorge, now owned by The Naional Trust. The dream home of India tea baron Julius Drewe and the creation of the brilliant architect Edwin Lutyens, the castle also has beautiful walks and gardens.

 

Fingle Bridge

Over the River Teign, this beauty spot is famous Devon-wide. The granite 17th century bridge is the centrepiece of one of the most spectacular backdrops in Devon, if not the country.

Prestonbury Castle

Towering above Fingle Bridge to the east on the end of a ridge is one of the best Iron Age hillforts that ring the edge of Dartmoor.

Spinsters Rock

Shilstone, to the west of Drewsteignton, is one of the best known cromlechs or dolmens in Devon. Known locally as Spinsters Rock, this 3000 year old Bronze Age megalithic tomb and legends state it was put up by three spinsters before breakfast.