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11th to 20th October 2019
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The Globe, Chagford

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Sheltering in wooded hills on the north-east side of Dartmoor, Chagford is a small picturesque town, with the River Teign flowing around it. At the town's centre is the octagonal Market house, known locally as the 'pepperpot'. There are several independent shops, selling arts and crafts, clothing, wine, gifts, and a delicatessen.

The church, dating from Tudor times, contains the tomb of Mary Whiddon. The legend runs that she was shot by a jealous lover on her wedding day in 1641, and her story is said to have inspired R.D. Blackmore, the author, in his famous novel, 'Lorna Doone'.

Nearby attractions include Castle Drogo, a country house designed by the architect Edwin Lutyens, and built in 1930. Also there are several beauty spots including Lydford Gorge, and Fernworthy Reservoir, and the clapper bridge at Postbridge.

In addition to hosting concerts for the Two Moors Festival, Chagford also holds an annual film and literary festival, and the area is popular with artists and writers. Evelyn Waugh wrote his most famous novel, 'Brideshead revisited', whilst staying at Easton Court in Chagford.

The Globe Inn, 9 High Street, Chagford TQ13 8AJ

Parking:

  • The Square, Chagford, TQ13 8BZ. Pay & display: 10.00 - 18.00

Toilets:

  • Inside venue
  • The Square, Chagford, TQ13 8BZ. Open: 09.00 - 18.00

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 ** All cafés, inns, restaurants, hotels, B&Bs and other establishments mentioned below are suggestions only, not recommendations ** 

PLACES TO EAT:

Three Crowns. Chagford, TQ13 8AJ. Tel: 01647 433444.
Website: http://threecrowns-chagford.co.uk/ 
Lunch: 12.00 - 14.30.
Dinner: 18.00 - 21.00.


PLACES TO STAY:

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