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Visitor information for Bovey Tracey in Devon

The attractive town of Bovey Tracey lies in the south-eastern foothills of Dartmoor and is a town full of history and legend. The bridge situated in the centre of town was ridden over by Oliver Cromwell in 1646 on his way to the Battle of Bovey Heath.

The town is home to the renowned Guild of Craftsmen which is situated in a 19th century riverside mill: changing exhibitions showcase a wide variety of works from both leading and emerging craftspeople.

Amongst the shops in the town centre you’ll find a wide choice of places to eat and drink from restaurants and pubs to quaint tearooms. Why not walk off your cream tea with a gentle stroll along the river or, for the more active, a strenuous walk over the hills. You’ll find a selection of walking leaflets at the Information Centre, which can be found on Station Road.

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