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Castles of Devon


Medieval castles Visit a medieval Devon castle or a grand stately home with a long and varied history!

Devon has a long history with period houses and castles along its timeline. A lot of these now provide the county with great historical and educational visitor attractions. Others have beautiful gardens to wonder around or fortresses to explore.

Devon Attractions

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These pages give a brief summary of just some of the attractions available within the county of Devon by listing them with a small description, directions and web site link for more information if available.



More Information

For more information - Follow the external web link sign.

Most hotels, guest houses and information centres will also be able to provide pamphlets on some of the attractions available. These will give a more in-depth description and also offer directions on how to get there.

For more information on the attractions available within Exeter, please see the Places To See and Things To Do pages



Okehampton Castle
The remains of the largest medieval motte and bailey castle in Devon.

Directions:
Nr Okehampton, Devon
Tel: 01837 52844





Dartmouth Castle
Standing guard over the entrance of the Dart estuary for over 600 years.

Directions:
Dartmouth
Tel: 01803 833588



Totnes Castle
Standing on a hill overlooking the town and the River Dart.

Directions:
Totnes, Devon
Tel: 01803 864406



Berry Pomeroy Castle
Once home to the Pomeroy family.

Directions:
Totnes
Tel: 01803 866618



Powderham Castle
Medieval Castle of Powderham home to the Earl of Devon.

Directions:
On the A379 from Exeter, Nr Kenton
Tel 01626 890243



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