Devon Food, Drink and Local Information - Blog — Dartmoor

The Old Forge Restaurant on Dartmoor wins best Afternoon Tea Award

The Old Forge Caffè and Restaurant in Chagford, Dartmoor, has had lots to shout about recently. The Old Forge was judged as having the best cream tea in Devon by independent cream tea reviewer Ditch Townsend, who has tasted over 250 cream teas in the county. The Old Forge Restaurant - Best Cream Tea in Devon! In September 15 the Daily Telegraph coined the Dartmoor-based café as "Britain's best cream tea" whilst The Times wrote "the cream of Devon teas". Now the Café Life Awards has crowned the Old Forge Caffè & Restaurant the winner of the Afternoon Tea Experience...

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Best Picnic Spots in Devon - Top 20

Picnic's are a great British tradition and in Devon we're blessed with wonderful beaches, beautiful river valleys and lakes, as well as stunning moorland, all perfect for enjoying a picnic. As we sell picnic hampers using local Devonshire foods we've put together this list of 20 of the best picnic spots in Devon, along with a map showing each location. Jump to - North Devon Picnic Spots - Exeter & East Devon Picnic Spots - Dartmoor Picnic Spots - Torbay, Plymouth & South Devon Picnic Spots   Picnic Spots in North Devon 1. Watermouth Bay, near Ilfracombe, North DevonLocation - Small...

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Dartmoor Cream Tea Challenge

About the Dartmoor Cream Tea Challenge The cream tea challenge is a route across Dartmoor that incorporates 16 great tearooms and hotels that sell Devonshire cream teas. With its stunning scenery Dartmoor is the perfect place to enjoy a cream tea, or 16! Its open expanse makes Dartmoor perfect for walkers, with the most well known trek being the ten tors adventure where students hike between 35 and 55 miles across Dartmoor on a route that takes them between 10 Dartmoor tors. How the Dartmoor Cream Tea Challenge Works The Dartmoor Cream Tea Challenge is a fun on-going event that can either be walked, rode or driven....

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