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Overbeck’s Museum and Garden – National Trust Property

Overbeck’s Museum and Garden Sharpitor Salcombe Devon TQ8 8LW Telephone: 01548 842893 Email: overbecks@nationaltrust.org.uk This beautiful garden offers spectacular views over the Salcombe estuary and surrounding coast. Run on organic principles, the 2.75-hectare (7-acre) garden has an intimate and informal atmosphere and is filled with rare and exotic plants, which flourish due to the sheltered […]

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Salcombe Maritime and Local History Museum

Salcombe Maritime and Local History Museum This museum will take you down memory lane to the days of the smugglers, ship builders and the fast fruit schooners of the 19th century. The children will love the hands-on displays, there are ship models, boatyard models, old photographs, paintings and shipwreck artifacts.                                                                                                                                                                                                                    The Old Council Hall […]

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Salcombe Tourist Attractions

There are a number of tourist attractions in Salcombe worth visiting.  See below for a list (click on the links for more information).  If you know of any others which should be listed then please do contact us via our contact page. A Driving Tour around South Devon Salcombe Maritime and Local History Museum Overbeck’s […]

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Where to Stay

Salcombe holiday accommodation covers the full range with hotels and B & Bs, as well as a range of self-catering apartments and houses. You can click on the link categories below for more information and to use our booking services. Salcombe Hotels Salcombe Holiday Cottages Huge selection of Lodge Holidays from JollyHols.co.uk

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Salcombe Hotels

Salcombe has a number of hotels situated in great settings.  These include 4 star properties such as the Marine Hotel situated in town with rooms with views of the estuary and the Soar Mill Cove Hotel situated a few kilometres out of town set in 2,000 acres of National Trust countryside. Other possibilities include The Port […]

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Dawlish, Devon

The little regency resort town, nestling between steep surrounding hills has several popular beaches. These include the famous Dawlish Warren which is both a holiday destination and also a wildlife haven. The town itself, particularly around the seafront, is like many of the resort towns in South Devon, a classic of Regency and early Victorian […]

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Brixham, Devon

Brixham is a picturesque fishing town set into the cliffs at the southern end of Torbay. Fishing and tourism are its major industries, and Brixham is the town where the fishing trawler was invented in the 19th century Brixham is a hilly town with life revolving around its busy harbour, where the daily catch is […]

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