Heathcliff House Torre vicarage English Heritage Torquay in Devon
Heathcliff House Torre vicarage English Heritage Torquay in Devon
 

English Heritage properties within 25 miles of Heathcliff House

2.5 miles – Kirkham House, Paignton

4.5 miles – Berry Pomeroy Castle

7 miles – Totnes Castle

9 miles - Bayard’s Cove Fort

9 miles – Dartmouth Castle

13 miles - Hound Tor deserted Medieval Village

16 miles - Grimspound

20 miles – Upper Plym Valley

Heathcliff House, English Heritage, Kirkham House, Things to Do, Torquay, Devon Kirkham House
Heathcliff House, English Heritage, Berry Pomeroy Castle, Things to Do, Torquay, Devon Berry Pomeroy Castle
Heathcliff House, English Heritage, Totnes Castle, Things to Do, Torquay, Devon Totnes Castle
Heathcliff House, English Heritage, Bayard's Cove Fort, Things to Do, Torquay, Devon Bayard's Cove Fort
Heathcliff House, English Heritage, Dartmouth Castle, Things to Do, Torquay, Devon Dartmouth Castle
Heathcliff House, English Heritage, Hound Tor Deserted Medieval Village, Things to Do, Torquay, Devon Hound Tor Deserted Medieval Village
Heathcliff House, English Heritage, Grimspound, Things to Do, Torquay, Devon Grimspound
Heathcliff House, English Heritage, Upper Plym Valley, Things to Do, Torquay, Devon Upper Plym Valley

Kirkham House

 

This late medieval stone house, afterwards split into three cottages was restored in the 1960s

 

 

Berry Pomeroy Castle

 

Tucked away in a steep wooded valley, Berry Pomeroy Castle is the perfect romantic ruin

 

 

Totnes Castle

 

A classic Norman motte and bailey castle, founded soon after the Conquest to overawe the Saxon town. A later stone shell-keep crowns its steep mound, giving views across the town to the River Dart

 

 

Bayard’s Cove Fort

 

Picturesquely sited on the quayside at Darmouth, this Tudor artillery fort once contained heavy guns to protect the prosperous harbour town from attack

 

 

Dartmouth Castle

 

Beautifully located fortresses on the edge of the river. For over 600 years Dartmouth Castle has guarded the Dart Estuary and the busy, vibrant port of Dartmouth

 

 

Hound Tor deserted Medieval Village

 

The remains of four 13th century stone farmsteads, on land originally farmed in the Bronze Age. This isolated Dartmoor hamlet was probably abandoned in the early 15th century

Grimspound

 

The best known of many Dartmoor prehistoric settlements, Grimspound dates from the late Bronze Age. The remains of 24 stone houses survive within a massive boundary wall

 

Upper Plym Valley

 

Some 300 Bronze Age and medieval sites, covering 15 1⁄2 square kilometres (6 square miles) of Dartmoor landscape

 

 

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