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Totnes, England, United Kingdom
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Royal Seven Stars Hotel
8.3 Excellent
The Plains, Totnes, United Kingdom
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0.1 mi from city centre, Totnes, ENG, United Kingdom 
ExcellentBased on 636 reviews
8.3

Royal Seven Stars Hotel is set in Totnes and is within a short walk of nearby attractions, such as South Hams and Totnes Castle. It is ideally located for those wanting to discover the area's attractions.

The Great Grubb
9.3 Excellent
Fallowfields, Totnes, United Kingdom
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0.7 mi from city centre, Totnes, ENG, United Kingdom 
ExcellentBased on 214 reviews
9.3

The Great Grubb Bed & Breakfast is located in Totnes and provides easy access to Totnes Castle. It is conveniently positioned for those wishing to visit local attractions.

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About Totnes

Set in the Devonshire countryside, Totnes is known for its delicious farm-to-table fare and bohemian atmosphere. Spend your time exploring Norman castles, admiring Tudor architecture and devouring local produce.

Things to do in Totnes

Totnes is home to one of the best-known vineyards in the United Kingdom, Sharpham Wine & Cheese. It's set in the hillsides of Devon and is known for its sparkling white wines. It's possible to tour the vineyard solo or sign up for a guided tour. You can also sample wine and cheese in the tasting room or sit down for a meal at the Vineyard Kitchen.

Standing guard since the 17th century, Berry Pomeroy Castle is one of England's spookiest strongholds. Walk around the ruins and gaze up at St Margaret’s Tower, said to be haunted by the ghost of Lady Margaret Pomeroy. Totnes Castle is another landmark, set high on a hilltop overlooking the town.

As you stroll around town, peer into the Elizabethan Garden. The pint-sized oasis has been used to grow herbs and medicinal plants since the 16th century. It's attached to the Totnes Elizabethan Museum, where you can learn about medieval remedies for a host of ailments.

Thanks to its eco-conscious locals, Totnes is brimming with farm-to-table fare. Don't miss the chance to dine at Riverford Field Kitchen, an organic bistro championing plough-to-plate" cuisine. It's incredibly atmospheric, with food served at communal wooden tables housed in a converted barn.

Getting around Totnes

Totnes is best explored on foot, though you'll need a rental car to explore the Devonshire countryside. The town is well-serviced by rail, with trains running to Exeter and Plymouth in around 30 minutes. If you're heading to Dartmouth, jump aboard a shuttle boat and cruise down the Dartmouth River.

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Facts about staying in Totnes

  • What are the best hotels in Totnes?

    Totnes is home to many highly-rated hotels, one of which is Dartington Hall, which has a current rating of 7.9. For other potential stays, consider Royal Seven Stars Hotel and King William IV, which can also be great places to stay in Totnes.

  • What is a good hotel near Totnes Castle?

    A good hotel close to Totnes Castle is Royal Seven Stars Hotel (rated 8.3/10 from 636 reviews).