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18 Dartmouth Hotels and Guest Houses

Anzac Street B+Bistro

4 stars

5.3 miles from Dartmouth

2 Anzac St, Dartmouth, TQ6 9DL · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1803 835515


Single from: £120.00

Double from: £120.00

per room per night

Best Western The Dartmouth Hotel

3 stars

3.9 miles from Dartmouth

Blackawton, Dartmouth, TQ9 7DE · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1803 712 686


Single from: £81.00

Double from: £170.00

per room per night

The Royal Castle Hotel

3 stars

1.8 miles from Dartmouth

The Quay, Dartmouth, TQ6 9PS · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1803 833033


Single from: £100.00

Double from: £252.50

per room per night

The Captain's House

4 stars

0.1 miles from Dartmouth

18 Clarence St, Dartmouth, TQ6 9NW · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1803 832133


Single from: £72.00

Double from: £90.00

per room per night

Cherubs Nest


0.1 miles from Dartmouth

Higher St, Dartmouth, TQ6 9RB · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1803 832482

Score 8.5 from 6 reviews

Single from: £70.00

Double from: £70.00

per room per night

Zion Place

3 stars

9.1 miles from Dartmouth

3 Broadstone, Dartmouth, TQ6 9NR · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1803 834311


Single from: £95.00

Double from: £95.00

per room per night

Kaywana Hall

5 stars

0.8 miles from Dartmouth

Higher Contour Rd, Dartmouth, TQ6 0AY · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1803 752200

Score 10 from 1 review

Single from: £195.00


per room per night

St Elmo Cottage

4 stars

8.8 miles from Dartmouth

Lake St, Dartmouth, TQ6 9DS · Map

Phone: +44 (0)1803 834311


Single from: £82.00


per room per night

The lovely town of Dartmouth lies just on the River Dart which itself runs through the town and then into other towns like the bohemian paradise known as Totnes. Though other parts of Devon may have higher populations than Dartmouth's sparse six thousand citizens or so, few parts of the county are treated to a view as lush and scenic as that seen from a Dartmouth pier. On one side is the flowing Dart and a look to the other side provides the view of South Devon that has been deemed by the government to be an "Area of Outstanding Beauty".

Dartmouth is and always has been a port town of sorts and during the Crusades of the twelfth century the city's placement on the River Dart was of the highest importance. Edward III saw this strategic location as well and wisely used it as one of several stations for the Royal Navy. Remember that this is during a time when Britain's navy was completely unrivaled in the world and the country was essentially going about taking its pick of nations around the world that it could claim for its own. It was also around this time that the Hundred Years War began to arise and Dartmouth found itself besieged twice during these struggles. It was a difficult task to attack Dartmouth, though, considering the fact that not one but two castles flank the city but nevertheless the savvy intruders found a way.

The Dartmouth Castle is definitely an imposing edifice and it took over one hundred years from the 1300s to the 1500s to bring this massive fort to fruition. It guarded the Dart estuary boldly and proudly and visitors to Dartmouth can still see this gorgeous piece of ancient architecture. The other castle, Kingswear Castle, Was built in the last years of the 1400s and was used more for firing cannons and other weaponry. Unfortunately, it is harder to get into Kingswear Castle and look around because it is owned privately and rarely open to the public. This is truly a pity because Kingswear can be seen as something of a monument to military technology. It was once an indispensable powerhouse but during its tenure it saw newer, long range military weapons employed and the Kingswear quickly became a relic. Who wouldn't want to walk around in a forgotten castle?

Within Dartmouth there are countless buildings that were erected in the 1600s and beyond and many people visit the town and simply walk around looking at the fantastic sights. The famed Butterwalk is probably the most popular part of the town but it really is difficult to single out one aspect of Dartmouth that rises above the rest. That is the funny thing about the city; though there are no doubt buildings and monuments built from different generations and centuries, they all seem to meld together into one perfect little world that encompasses the best aspects of all the decades past. Somehow Dartmouth manages this with ease and poise and it is for this reason that the city remains a tourist favorite to this day.

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