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Cheap Hotels in Dartmouth

Ridge Hill
0.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £70
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27 Lower Street
0.2 Miles from the centre
per night from £93
(price for Tue, 05 Nov)
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Blackawton, Nr Dartmouth
3.9 Miles from the centre
per night from £95
(price for Tue, 05 Nov)
Townstal Road
0.4 Miles from the centre
per night from £97
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Birchover Hotel

Lower Broad Park
per night from £75
(price for Tue, 29 Oct)

St Elmo Cottage Hotel

Lake Street
per night from £84
(price for Tue, 05 Nov)

The Seale Arms Hotel

10 Victoria Road
0.1 Miles from the centre
per night from £85
(price for Tue, 05 Nov)

Anchor House Hotel

94
148 reviews by TrustYou
74 Victoria Road
0.4 Miles from the centre
per night from £85
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Frogwell Hotel

Strete Nr
3.5 Miles from the centre
per night from £95
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Downton Lodge Country Bed and Breakfast Hotel

Downton Lodge, Dittisham Dartmouth South Devon TQ6 0JD
per night from £118
(price for Tue, 05 Nov)

Dart Marina Hotel and Spa Hotel

92
451 reviews by TrustYou
Sandquay Road
per night from £180
(price for Tue, 05 Nov)

Hotels in Dartmouth

With a long and interesting history, Dartmouth is a picturesque waterside town in Devon, characterised by stunning medieval and Tudor streets.

Perhaps the most intriguing place in the town is the Butterwalk. Steeped in history, this street is lined with grand houses with wooden, overhanging facades held up by sturdy, granite pillars. Today, the Butterwalk is much the same as it was centuries ago, and it's the location of the Dartmouth Museum.

What to see

Dartmouth was historically used as a deep water port, perhaps most famously being the launch site for the 14th-century crusades. Dart Harbour is still a bustling dock today, and the ideal spot to pick up some fresh seafood and shellfish ready for dinner.

There are many historic hotspots to visit in Dartmouth too, with a couple of favourites being the 14th-century Dartmouth Castle, proudly sat over the river estuary. Coleton Fishacre, a picturesque country manor with sweeping gardens and views over the sea. And Greenway, a beautiful Georgian house best known for being Agatha Christie's holiday home, complete with glamourous 1950s décor.

Where to go

But if you'd like to get out and about, the best way to see a different side of Dartmouth is to hire a kayak or a canoe and explore the coast, or spend an afternoon relaxing at the smooth pebbled beach of Slapton Sands.

For food and drink, try some of the more traditional pubs dotted around the town. The Laughing Monk and the Normandy Arms are always buzzing places to spend an evening for a meal or a few drinks. And the Wheelhouse is a popular fish and chip shop.

Where to stay

Dartmouth hotels are easy to find. We'd recommend staying close to town to get the most out of your trip, and the Dart Marina Hotel and Spa, Brown's Hotel or the Royal Castle Hotel are all popular with travellers.

But wherever you choose to stay, make sure you take the time to discover Dartmouth so you can be sure you'll have the best trip away.

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