Buy a Piece of Dartmouth

Dartmouth Accommodation for All Budgets: Our Top 9 Places to Stay

Dartmouth, with its many historical buildings, picturesque harbour and stunning natural surroundings, is a beautiful place to stay. Luckily, the town and nearby area offer a plethora of superb holiday accommodation options to suit all budgets.

Dartmouth Holiday Accommodation.

Whether you're looking for a taste of luxury to spoil yourself, a cosy spot to take in the laid-back atmosphere, or open spaces to keep the children entertained, Dartmouth has you covered. Here are some of the area's best holiday accommodation options.

A Taste of Luxury

The Dart Marina Hotel and Spa, Dartmouth

If you're seeking a high-end retreat for your visit to Dartmouth, consider the Dart Marina Hotel and Spa. Freshly renovated, following a £2.5 million refurbishment, the 49 chic rooms sit atop an AA rosette-winning restaurant. Described as a 'stylish waterside retreat' in its recent review by The Telegraph, this is the place for a luxurious escape on the banks of the River Dart.

Kaywana Hall, Kingswear

Situated just across the estuary from Dartmouth, Kingswear is a delightful village, worthy of exploration. If you fancy setting up base there, the Kaywana Hall is a hot favourite. Styled on the contemporary homes of California, this sleek, modern building is home to an adult-only B&B – so a great choice for a quiet and secluded getaway. Walls filled with art, en-suites with fluffy robes; this place is a blissful oasis of calm.

The Royal Castle, Dartmouth

Situated in the heart of Dartmouth, this stunning 17th century building is traditionally styled, inside and out. Just steps from the harbour and Dartmouth Castle, as well as the bustling retail hub of Foss Street, the location of this historical gem is second to none. With valet parking and 24-hour room service, this hotel not only provides a stylish, comfortable place to stay, but superb personal service too.

The Best Local Gems

Fingal's Boutique B&B, Dittisham

Located an easy 15-minute drive north of Dartmouth in the sleepy village of Dittisham, Fingal's B&B is a family friendly bolthole. To create a home from home, the owners have provided a fully stocked library and pool table for entertainment, as well as cosy corners to soak up the charm and rustic pleasures of this 17th century home. Although there isn't a restaurant on site, the owners are more than happy to recommend restaurants and local takeaways to enjoy during your stay.

Browns Hotel, Dartmouth

Situated in the heart of Dartmouth's town centre, Browns Hotel is a small, yet perfectly formed hotel offering three grades of rooms to suit all budgets. Some rooms are dog friendly, meaning you don't have to leave your four-legged friend behind to enjoy a stay in the town centre. Browns is home to a popular bar and restaurant offering a delicious tapas menu and regular events.

The Seven Stars, Dartmouth

Recently modernised, the Seven Stars is the oldest pub in Dartmouth, as well as a boutique accommodation option, offering six well-appointed en-suite rooms, some with exposed beams and all with a personal touch. Downstairs in the traditional pub and more modern first floor restaurant, fresh local food is prepared daily and beers and ciders from local breweries are championed. This is a great place to experience the welcoming and friendly nature of South Devon in the centre of delightful Dartmouth.

The Freedom of Camping

Galmpton Touring Park, Brixham

Located a 25-minute drive north east of Dartmouth towards Paignton, this camp site offers over 100 pitches, all on a spectacular, gently sloping piece of land overlooking the River Dart. Pitches are available for camping, caravans and motorhomes for short and longer-term seasonal stays, so there is plenty of space for the whole family to enjoy the fresh air and natural beauty of life here.

The Dartmouth Camping and Caravanning Club, Dartmouth

If you want to be closer to Dartmouth this campsite is for you, as it's just a short five-minute drive from the town centre. Offering a range of pet-friendly camping and caravanning pitches, there is no reason not to bring the whole family on a relaxing break, with beaches and moorland on your doorstep. If you don't have space to bring your own tent, there's a range of African safari tents for hire.

Beryl's Campsite, Beeson

Located down a narrow laneway – sorry caravans and motorhomes, this one's not for you – Beryl's is a complete hideaway. A laid-back and casual affair, this idyllic campsite suitable for tent and campervan pitches sits on a secluded site. There's a nature reserve complete with bird-watching hide and lake nearby, and award-winning Beesands beach is a gentle 5-10 minute stroll down the hill.

Remember Your Stay in Dartmouth by Becoming a Landowner

After your next stay you may feel like you never want to leave. By becoming a Dartmouth landowner, you'll always have a piece of Dartmouth with you.

At, we love helping people forge a lasting relationship with the beautiful town of Dartmouth and the stunning landscapes it sits within.

By selecting our Dartmouth Landowner package, you will become rightful owner of a prime 20cm square parcel of land, near the River Dart.

If you'd like the title of Lord or Lady to go with it, select our Dartmouth Landowner and Seated Title package and sit back and enjoy this exciting way to enhance your status!

All legal fees are included in the package, so you have nothing to worry about – except planning your next stay!