24 hours in Tavistock: A town guide
PUBLISHED: 10:33 29 May 2019
In Devon’s towns and cities there’s an awful lot you can do in just 24 hours. For her regular feature, Emily Diamond travels to see what you can do in a day in Tavistock
This award-winning attraction is part of the World Heritage site and features a historic port, village, copper mine and railway - perfect for a family day out.
The ideal day out for kids, the Tamar Trails Centre offers exciting adventure activities including hiking, biking, archery, horseriding, canoeing and zip wires.
Situated in the picturesque surrounds of the Wolf Valley and making up a natural habitat and home to wildlife including dormice and buzzards.
Nestled in the National Park of Dartmoor are three beautiful dog-friendly cottages which are ideal for exploring holidays, from walking, hiking, cycling or riding.
Ideal for a family holiday; choose from static caravans, cottages and apartments or camping pods and experience the beauty of the local area.
This stunning 4-star country house hotel boasts a 2 AA Rosette restaurant and offers home-from-home luxury and spectacular views across the Tamar Valley.
Made with locally-sourced ingredients, Flapjackery create the most indulgent and delicious flapjacks and cakes with a host of interesting twists. Also try the vegan range.
From traditional British classics to delicious Devon cream teas, the award-winning restaurant at The Bedford Hotel offers inspired fare with locally-sourced ingredients.
Offering a contemporary dining experience as well as a bar and function rooms, Taylors fuses classic favourites with inspired and innovative flavours and styles.
From locally-sourced produce, veg boxes, gifts and hampers eggs, bread and specialist pantry items, preserves wines, ales and even plants, this is a one-stop-shop.
Shop from a curated range of beautiful homewares, glassware and decor as well as local artwork, gifts, bags and accessories and jewellery.
From furniture to paintings, silver, glass, and china as well as jewellery pieces, this is an Aladdin's cave of treasures.
Liz Eustice: East gate Brasserie - lovely to sit outside by the river on a nice day.
Victoria Smith: Dukes by the Pannier market. They do a great selection of food and drinks.
Gill Quaye: Coffee and Cream Patisserie. Lovely homemade food and coffee delicious.
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