Great Torrington Tourist Information Centre

The essential hub for both visitors and residents to learn about places and activities in and around Great Torrington.

The town’s Information Centre can be found Castle Hill, near to The Plough Arts Centre, and acts as the information hub for visitors to the area. The friendly team will help you discover the heritage of the town, and will happily advise on where to stay, what’s on and the wide range of activities located in and around Great Torrington. Many top attractions can be found nearby, including Darlington Crystal, RHS Garden Rosemoor and the Tarka Trail.

 

Great Torrington is a friendly, welcoming town set amidst rolling, unspoilt green countryside. This ancient settlement is sited on an inland clifftop with steep drops down to the River Torridge below, offering visitors spectacular views. For many years Great Torrington was valued for its strategic importance, and the town had a significant role in the English Civil War, specifically the Battle of Torrington in 1646. Today the town has become well recognised as an important heritage centre, with a vibrant community and good range of festivals and celebrations.

Castle Hill
Great Torrington
Devon
EX38 8AA
01805 626140

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Great Torrington Tourist Information Centre

Castle Hill
Bideford
Devon
EX38 8AA
01805 626140

The town’s Information Centre can be found Castle Hill, near to The Plough Arts Centre, and acts as the information hub for visitors to the area. The friendly team will help you discover the heritage of the town, and will happily advise on where to stay, what’s on and the wide range of activities located in and around Great Torrington. Many top attractions can be found nearby, including Darlington Crystal, RHS Garden Rosemoor and the Tarka Trail.

 

Great Torrington is a friendly, welcoming town set amidst rolling, unspoilt green countryside. This ancient settlement is sited on an inland clifftop with steep drops down to the River Torridge below, offering visitors spectacular views. For many years Great Torrington was valued for its strategic importance, and the town had a significant role in the English Civil War, specifically the Battle of Torrington in 1646. Today the town has become well recognised as an important heritage centre, with a vibrant community and good range of festivals and celebrations.

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