National Park Dartmoor | Devon National Park | Dartmoor Devon | Dartmoor Country Park
There are 450 miles of natural beauty to explore in Dartmoor. With wild, open moorlands, deep river valleys and rare wildlife. Walk, cycle or drive to the thousands of archaeological sites to discover Dartmoor's past. The views will steal your breath away.
Dartmoor ponies roam its craggy landscape, defined by forests, rivers, wetlands and granite tors created about 280 million years ago. Trails wind through valleys with Neolithic tombs, Bronze Age stone circles and abandoned medieval farmhouses. The area is dotted with villages, including Princetown, home to Dartmoor Prison, used during the Napoleonic Wars.
Follow one of the many routes in the south west, such as the Dartmoor Way or Wray Valley Trail, on foot or by bike. Or maybe take a compass and a map to explore the moor in your own way.
Sharrah Pool in Dartmoor National Park is one of the wild swimming spots in the UK. This experience is far more than just a swim – consider it an immersion in nature. Stroll through woodland, past a tumbling waterfall and follow the River Dart until you reach the clearing. It's one swim you won't forget.
Dartmoor National Park Postcode
The Dartmoor National Park Visitor Centre is a great place to start your visit. Stocked with maps, books, and leaflets, get your visit off the right start. The visitor centres postcodes are:
Princetown – open Monday to Sunday 10am - 4pm - PL20 6QF
Postbridge – open Monday to Sunday 10am - 4pm - PL20 6TH
Haytor – open Monday to Sunday 10am - 4pm - TQ13 9XT
Future Inns has 143 rooms with everything you would expect and more for a night away. The hotel offers free parking and free WiFi to all guests. All bedrooms sleep up to four guests, so they are family-friendly and ideal for groups. Plus, under 12s stay for free, and kids eat free. Just under 4 miles north of Plymouth city centre, you are close to all of the attractions, including Plymouth Hoe, Royal William Yard and the National Marine Aquarium.
Dartmoor National Park is a 13-minute drive from Future Inn Plymouth. Alternatively, it would take around 18-minutes on public transport, with regular buses going from outside the hotel. Or 1 hour and 45-minutes by bike. Did you know we're a cycle-friendly hotel?
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Fishbone Restaurant is ideal to fuel up before or after the event. The team serves breakfast, lunch, afternoon tea, evening a-la-carte or traditional roasts on Sunday. An early-bird dining menu starts at 5pm and you can indulge on 3 courses for £25.
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