Going out in DartmouthDevon

Discover the best pubs & restaurants in Dartmouth

Town/City Name
Dartmouth

County
Devon

Population
34,032

Going Out in Dartmouth

About DartmouthAbout Dartmouth

Dartmouth is a popular family destination situated on River Dart; it has many beaches with golden coastlines that stretch out for miles. Why not discover this captivating beauty? Dartmouth has its fair share of pubs, bars, restaurants, and cafes. Some pubs include the Dartmouth arms, which offers luscious cuisine made from fresh ingredients; they also provide traditional pub meals, including burgers, sausages, Scampi, and plenty of other dishes. The pub has a wide assortment of wines, beers, and spirits, leaving you to make a tricky decision on what to order. Other pubs include the crab, the dolphin, the floating bridge, etc. Dartmouth is also home to various restaurants such as Anzac Street Bistro, Taylors, The Angel, and many more offering mouth-watering dishes.

Dartmouth Castle is one of the town’s most renowned attractions that bring in crowds to visit, see and learn about the remarkable fort that has stunning architectural features. When visiting the castle, you can glance down at Dartmouth town from its soaring towers. You can use a ferry to get to and from the castle where you can spot some wildlife, enjoy the fresh air and the stunning landscape. At Dartmouth Castle, there is plenty to discover and explore, including the harbour chain, the gun tower, the passageways of the castle, and the history of the town and palace. The castle has many artifacts from the past; it also has toilets, gift shops, and cafes.

When visiting Dartmouth, you must visit Royal avenue gardens which is an exotic Greenland overlooking the riverfront and is home to many tropical plants and various kinds of wildlife. The park has many flowerbeds in each corner, presenting the perfect opportunity to have a photo-shoot or capture the beauty of nature on your smartphone. The park has a few sculptures, rose gardens, herb gardens, and a small pond. The park was created by the council and has facilities such as a car park and toilets.

Dartmouth is home to Blackpool sands which is a spectacular beach with a sandy coastline, ideal for a family day out. The beach is used for special occasions such as weddings, birthdays, and other events; it is also popular for sea sports such as kayaking and swimming. During the summer, the beach holds events such as open-air cinemas, music festivals, and the Dartmouth Triathlon. If you need a quick snack, the seaside has plenty of shops and cafes; there are also toilets located in a different section of the beach.

Places to eat in DartmouthPlaces to eat in Dartmouth, Restaurants in Dartmouth

Anzac Street Bistro European Dartmouth
Anzac Street Bistro
European Dartmouth
Taylor's Restaurant Seafood Dartmouth
Taylor's Restaurant
Seafood Dartmouth
Vino's Pizzeria & Grill Fast Food Dartmouth
Vino's Pizzeria & Grill
Fast Food Dartmouth
No 8 British Dartmouth
No 8
British Dartmouth
Woodroast Dartmouth Italian Dartmouth
Woodroast Dartmouth
Italian Dartmouth
Saveurs French Dartmouth
Saveurs
French Dartmouth

Places to drink in Dartmouth Places to drink in Dartmouth, Pubs and Bars in Dartmouth

Anchor Stone Cafe Pub/Bar Dartmouth
Anchor Stone Cafe
Pub/Bar Dartmouth
The Dartmouth Arms Pub/Bar Dartmouth
The Dartmouth Arms
Pub/Bar Dartmouth
The Dolphin Inn Pub/Bar Dartmouth
The Dolphin Inn
Pub/Bar Dartmouth
Yarn Pub/Bar Dartmouth
Yarn
Pub/Bar Dartmouth
The Sea Horse Pub/Bar Dartmouth
The Sea Horse
Pub/Bar Dartmouth
The Windjammer Inn Pub/Bar Dartmouth
The Windjammer Inn
Pub/Bar Dartmouth

A brief history of DartmouthA brief history of Dartmouth

Man has used the River Dart for many years; during the old ages, the River Dart was operated as a powering plant and a way to transport goods through the town. The town was home to the Celts and Saxons who settled in Dartmouth around the Riverside to prevent incoming threats from the Vikings. The city is home to the Famous Thomas Newcomen, who invented the first operating steam engine, which pumped water out of mines; you can discover his work at Dartmouth’s information centre.  During the Tudor times, Dartmouth started gradually advancing. The construction of ports and trading companies began, which are still in the area today, including the butter walk on Duke street. 

Dartmouth is well known for its training of young naval offices; training took part on boats on the Riverbed. In 1905 the renowned Britannia Royal Navy college opened, designed by an Edwardian planner. Today, it is still a remarkable college known for its rich history in Naval training. Dartmouth is home to Dartmouth castle, which was built to protect the town from attacks by the French during the first world war, the court had a gun tower strengthening it, and it also was used in the second world war as a military fort.

Popular things to do in DartmouthPopular things to do in Dartmouth

Dog friendly bars in DartmouthDog friendly bars

Dog friendly restaurants in DartmouthDog friendly restaurants

Did you know?Did you know?

Dartmouth is a town full of incredibly talented craftsmen, the town is also rich of naval history and has a historic military fort known as Bayard’s cove fought which was constructed to protect the picturesque harbour town.

Hidden gems of DartmouthThe hidden gems of Dartmouth

Some of Dartmouth’s hidden gems includes it ancient churches such as St. Saviours church which has extraordinary architectural features. Other Gems include Dartmouth castle, Dartmouth steam railway and Blackpool sands.

Unique to DartmouthUnique to Dartmouth

Dartmouth is unique for its naval history.