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Dartmoor National Park
1.2 Miles from the centre
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Gidleigh Park
1.5 Miles from the centre
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Hotels in Chagford

Referred to as ‘the jewel in Dartmoor's crown', Chagford is right in the heart of Devon's lush countryside. It's a family-friendly destination, with a public pool and lots of green space to explore.

Dartmoor National Park

Chagford is at the park's edge, and the ideal base from which to set off on a walk or bike ride. With seasonal guided walks and changing scenery, your experience will be different every time you visit.

The park authority works hard to make the area as accessible as possible for everyone. There are special ‘Ranger Ralph' events for kids throughout the year. Some local tour guides will be happy to take you around the region by car.

Fernworthy Reservoir is part of the park, not far from Chagford. Simply sit and watch the birds, or buy a temporary permit to do some brown trout angling.

History and architecture

The town's Church of St Michael the Archangel has a lot of historical significance. It was built in the 12th century by the Normans, but a number of remains found within the church indicate that there may have been an even older place of worship here.

Chagford is overlooked by the impressive Castle Drogo at nearby Drewsteignton. It's a National Trust property, renowned as ‘the last castle built in England'.

To keep traditions alive, the Chagword Literary Festival and Chagstock Music Festival are held here every year. They're in spring and summer, respectively, bringing famous names and fans alike to the town.

Devon's local food

The county has long been known for its dairy products, such as milk, cheese, cream, fudge and ice cream. These also tend to make good souvenirs. A Devon cream tea is the ideal accompaniment to a relaxed afternoon. However, if you see white pudding on the menu, this isn't a sweet dish – it's made with spiced pork.

The traditional drink of Devon is cider. The county is also associated with grenadine, the pomegranate-based alcoholic cordial, and is home to a number of vineyards and breweries.

The county has long been known for its dairy products, such as milk, cheese, cream, fudge and ice cream. These also tend to make good souvenirs. A Devon cream tea is the ideal accompaniment to a relaxed afternoon. However, if you see white pudding on the menu, this isn't a sweet dish – it's made with spiced pork.

The traditional drink of Devon is cider. The county is also associated with grenadine, the pomegranate-based alcoholic cordial, and is home to a number of vineyards and breweries.

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