Dartmouth information and useful links for visitors to the George and Dragon Pub

Here are a selection of links to some other websites with information about things to see and do, in and around Dartmouth that some of the George and Dragon’s customers have found helpful or useful in the past:

The pictures on this page are a selection of our own and our customer’s pictures taken locally at different times of the day and throughout the year, which reflect the nature and character of this busy and truly eclectic town and the surrounding scenic and historic area.

Dartmouth Harbour
www.dartharbour.org
(useful info on the River Dart, Tide Times, visiting ships, mooring enquiries etc.)

Dartmouth Castle
www.english-heritage.org.uk/daysout/properties/dartmouth-castle

Greenway House
www.nationaltrust.org.uk/greenway
(Agatha Christie’s home and gardens)

Steam Railway
www.dartmouthrailriver.co.uk

River Boat Trips
www.greenwayferry.co.uk
Torquay, Brixham, Greenway House etc.

Totnes
www.dartmouthrailriver.co.uk

Sea Fishing Trips
www.Saltwind.co.uk

Dartmouth Music Festival
www.dartmusicfestival.co.uk

Dartmouth Royal Regatta
www.dartmouthregatta.co.uk

Dartmouth Museum
www.dartmouthmuseum.org

Britannia Royal Naval College, Dartmouth
www.britanniaassociation.org.uk

Dartmouth beaches– A selection of easy to get to and others that need a bit more determination – But all beautiful and well worth the effort – You could also go by sea – no hills and no parking worries…Ask Dave on ‘Saltwind of Dart’ (see here: www.Saltwind.co.uk – A great day out – Private Beaches – and he can even organize a fabulous seafood picnic with our fishing friend and Local Chef Philip Watts!
https://www.thebeachguide.co.uk/beaches/search?search_keywords=dartmouth

Blackpool Sands BeachThe easiest and the one with facilities (café / toilets / parking etc.) For a day on the sands go by bus, car (5-10mins) or walk (about 2 hours and lots of up and down hills)
www.blackpoolsands.co.uk