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I love a visit to Dartmouth. It always makes me think of fairies for some reason. It is quiet and secluded, surrounded by greenery. I love a walk around the big stones listening to the gushing water. Simply beautiful.
If travelling towards Princetown the car park is on the right just before the bridge - the sign is missing and you may get the impression that it's just the Badgers Holt parking (one of two options on this site and located at the far...More
This is a very pleasant spot which is about 12 minutes drive from Princetown. There is no sign for parking but follow the notice for Badgers Holt at the bottom of the valley next to the narrow stone bridge and you will find a large...More
Got a cocker so needed to find some spots to let him loose and have a splash in a hot day. Th s was very picturesque and perfect for letting the dog have a roam.
Note the exact map location on trip adventures dot is...More
Just the beginning of the season, but always a pleasure to walk alongside the river, watch the rock-jumping and admire the old clapper bridge. Strolled up to Badgers Holt to enjoy an ice cream at a picnic table by the river and watch the many...More
This is a really nice little place, well off the beaten track. Of course that means driving down country roads, often feeling like you're in the middle of nowhere. Once you arrive of course there will be others around when the weather isn't terrible. Dartmeet...More
This is a delightful place to visit with your picnic where you can sit on the riverside and enjoy the views. The weather was perfect calm, warm spring weather when we visited so my husband, daughter and dog enjoyed clambering over the boulders. There's a...More
We had a very pleasant short stroll along the river bank watching the water tumble through the boulders. The water is very clear. Advisable to choose when you visit as the car park and surrounding area can be heaving with visitors.
Place is lovely during the off peak season and very crowded during summer. We were there in March when it was peaceful and quiet, and enjoyed walking along the river, climbing over the boulders, taking photos etc.
The cafe nearby does lovely home cooked meals...More