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Located in Totnes and with Watermans Arms reachable within 3.9 miles, The Church House Inn has a garden, non-smoking rooms, free WiFi and a bar. Our host was friendly and made us feel very welcome. The rooms were comfortable and extremely clean. Breakfast was excellent.
Located in the riverside village of Stoke Gabriel in the Devon Region, Stoke Gabriel Lodgings overlooks the village and features views of the River Dart. Totnes is just 4.5 miles away. What a fantastic B&B, high on a steep driveway with stunning views and great hosts. They have lots of advice for days out regardless of weather which was really helpful. Breakfast was brilliant, such a lot of choice and filled us up for the day. The village is lovely and a very short walk from the B&B. Whilst it was a steep incline up the drive and some hills in the village it was OK, just take your time
Located on the banks of the River Dart, The Steam Packet Inn offers a restaurant and free WiFi access. The historic town center of Totnes is just a 5-minute walk away. We liked everything except the bed. The room had everything that you could possibly want. Very well stocked. Beautiful bathroom. Could ask for much else. Restaurant was nice with good food.
Located 4 miles from Totnes Castle, Higher Langford House has accommodations with a garden, a shared lounge and a shared kitchen for your convenience. Free WiFi is offered. The owners are amazing, really helpful and sorted out any problems we had quickly.
Located in Totnes, an 8-minute walk from Totnes Castle, Market House has accommodations with a garden, free WiFi and a 24-hour front desk. Guests staying at this vacation home can use the balcony. The house was lovely, excellent location and very nicely finished. I would definitely recommend to anyone looking to stay in Totnes. The cake and prosecco in the fridge was a lovely addition and went down very well!
On average, 3-star hotels in Totnes cost $138 per night, and 4-star hotels in Totnes are $113 per night. If you're looking for something really special, a 5-star hotel in Totnes can be found for $133 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
On average, it costs $115 per night to book a 3-star hotel in Totnes for tonight. You'll pay around $101 if you choose to stay in a 4-star hotel tonight, while a 5-star hotel in Totnes will cost around $127, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The average price per night for a 3-star hotel in Totnes this weekend is $358 or, for a 4-star hotel, $257. Looking for something even fancier? 5-star hotels in Totnes for this weekend cost around $287 per night, on average (based on Booking.com prices).
The market town of Totnes is a cultured haven of new age, holistic and artistic thinking, a hive of art, music and theatre. The centre of town itself is an uphill delight with all manner of shops, market stalls, tea and coffee shops. After spending a day shopping and drinking tea in town, we decided to catch a ferry to Dartmouth, the next day. The ferry travels each day from Totnes at varying times. We took a delightful 45 minute winding trip down the river Dart and spent the afternoon shopping and sightseeing in Dartmouth. Enjoying delicious, locally caught fish and chips at the Rockfish restaurant on the sea front. We returned in the evening and had a fantastic Indian dinner at the Café Mumbai restaurant in town. The people in Totnes are friendly and helpful and the surrounding areas are not only historic, but peaceful and scenic. This is a perfect place for a short stay or a long weekend
If you want to eat get there before 3.30. Nowhere would seat to serve us, must have asked at six place, coffee only. not a pretty place but okay. Also I have limited mobility I was josstled and tutted at on the very narrow pedestrian path with a constant stream of traffic going by making it impossible to cross the road. Gave up and got a taxi to give me a tour.
Take a cruise down the River Dart to Dartmouth, steam train to Paignton and back to Totnes by open top bus. Enjoy a walk through the High Street which still has a high proportion of independent shops. Stop for coffee at one of our 40+ cafes. The best one being The Curator on The Plains. There is a local market every Friday and a Food Fair once a month on the third Sunday of the month, which has a wealth of local producers. I recommend Jano for lunch or dinner which is an Italian Restaurant run by two sisters from Rome.
You'll love to walk the banks of the river Dart which comes right up the town. A boat will take you to Dartmouth most days in summer and you can return after two or three hours. Totnes shops are awesome. We have some brand names but also a host of individual shops selling unusual items. Friday is market day. Here you can buy local farm produce and also browse the clothes and brick-a-brac. We have a small museum which is excellent, a castle and great pubs, coffee shops and restaurants. You can while away many hours in Totnes. Be sure to walk all the way up the main street as there are hidden gems in The Narrows. Not the best for wheel chairs unless you have a hearty pusher!
Lots of quirky shops and cafes. Lovely walks along the river, and Steamer Quay is worth a visit. The town is a little hilly, but there is a bus which will take you up the hill. We discovered this too late, but would have used it had we stayed longer.
We stayed out of Totnes but spent a short time in the town and went to the castle and the old guild hall which were very well worth a visit. We would certainly have stayed longer in the town and also the surrounding area had time permitted.
The kitchen was very well equipped with good quality utensils and a wide variety of pots, pans knives etc. I particularly liked that you could help yourself to fire wood for the wood burner, it was not rationed, in fact i felt that the owners were generous all round with their holiday experience. The location was beautiful, peaceful and yet only a short drive to Totnes. The games room, swimming pool and football pitch area were all brilliant again well equipped and well used by my kids even the extensive library of DVDs.
9.6 Exceptional 158 reviews
Every day it felt like coming home in the pub after a long day’s walk and to have a chat with John. In the mornings he made us a huge traditional English breakfast and made sure the wood fires were burning. The village is nice and quiet, very close to quirky Totnes and only a short drive from Dartmoor NP and the South West Coast Path. Very diverse hiking opportunities nearby. We definately recommend this lovely historical inn.
8.8 Excellent 56 reviews
It was a very clean, tastefully decorated room of an ideal size. The mattress was comfortable, the bed linen fresh. The loo shower room was beautifully furnished. Dartington is such a tranquil, beautiful part of rural Devonshire. The little village of Week is reached via pretty country lanes. Breakfast had wholesome goodness about it enjoyed on a sunny outdoor patio. My host family, including a dear little canine, were great.
9.7 Exceptional 147 reviews
Graham and Sally were wonderful hosts. Home baking and flowers in the room was a nice touch. Graham put effort into working out route for our travels the following day which was a great help and appreciated. A walk around their lovely garden provided relaxation after a long drive.
9.3 Awesome 148 reviews
An exceptional find. A really lovely and welcoming B&B. The room was cosy and immaculate. The full English breakfast was excellent. I really couldn't recommend this place enough for someone wanting a quiet stay in Totnes.
Good location and views. Easy to drive to Totnes, Berry Pomeroy or Paignton from there. Parking on a driveway (albeit it very steep). Bear in mind that the property owner lives next door and may decide to use the driveway.
9.1 Awesome 225 reviews
Location was perfect, but no river view as indicated. Bedroom was nice, bathroom was great. Bed very comfortable but the best feature was the friendliness of all the staff. They were all great.
9.3 Awesome 27 reviews
This is a lovely place to stay and perfect location, also the host is lovely to speak too. We have stayed in many property's in Totnes and this is now our first choice.
8.2 Very Good 449 reviews
Delicious breakfast Extremely welcoming and interesting landlord and family, great bar chat about living and working in Italy and around the world. Highly recommend
9.5 Exceptional 21 reviews
Clean and set up to modern hotel standards, nice bedding and towls. Everything you need in the kitchen. Also a lot of little touches that made us feel welcome.
7.3 Good 66 reviews
Very nice and cosy hotel great food and friendly staff, cleaner did a lovely job of making our room nice and clean. Would defiantly come again!
8.7 Excellent 376 reviews
Stunning location by the river Dart, lovely pub with good beer and friendly staff, convenient for Totnes and the South Hams. Great breakfast.
8.4 Very Good 524 reviews
The staff were lovely and the room was cozy and comfortable. We really enjoyed our stay and short visits to Totnes and Sharpingham
9.8 Exceptional 100 reviews
Great hosts, very nice relatively large room which was very well appointed, lovely location in a small village close to Totnes
8.9 Excellent 328 reviews
A charming hotel and a very pleasant stay.
9.8 Exceptional 97 reviews
The owners were so very friendly and welcoming. The farmhouse was beautiful and the views were stunning. The rooms were exceptionally clean with comfortable beds and soft crisp linens. Breakfast set you up for the day and there was ample choice.
9.8 Exceptional 22 reviews
Paul and lynnie lovely friendly people . Treated like you were old friends . Super king sized bed everything was at your fingertips. We will be staying again .