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ON THIS SITE YOU CAN FIND INFORMATION ON ALL THE BEST IN THE UNIQUE TOWN OF TOTNES, SOUTH HAMS IN SOUTH DEVON

A guide to Totnes, including Totnes Local Information of what’s on, pubs, bars and inns in Totnes, education facilitites in Totnes, health care and complementary therapies in Totnes, shops and markets in Totnes, local business in Totnes, leisure facilities, restaurants in Totnes, tearooms and cafes in Totnes, local produce, theatre and the arts, shopping and town centre shops in Totnes and weekly markets in Totnes. . and much more

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Welcome to The GO Totnes Website

Totnes Information – find all you need locally in Totnes
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Totnes – a unique, historic and picturesque place to live, work and to visit – no trip to South Devon is complete without visiting Totnes.

Totnes is a beautiful old Elizabethan market town famous for its rich artistic community. Totnes is steeped in history and nestles in the Dart Valley in an area of outstanding natural beauty.

The river Dart in Totnes forms a focal point of the lower town leading to the climbing High Street taking you past coffee shops, restaurants, inns, pubs, wine bars and unique shops to the ancient Castle at the top.

Visit the diverse shops through Totnes town centre from the Plains at the lower end of Totnes, up Fore Street, High Street to the Narrows at the top of the town.

Visit Totnes’ unique gift shops, Organic, Wholefood and Healthfood shops, a plethora of fine local produce in Totnes and traditional hand made bakery goods, cakes and pastries.

You’ll find many Totnes cafes, winebars and bistros amongst the shops, some offering great meal deals. You’ll find Totnes vegetarian restaurants You’ll also find Art Galleries and Exhibitions to browse

There’s always something going on in Totnes. What’s on in Totnes? Live music, Folk music nights, open mike nights, the famous Totnes weekly markets and lots of places to visit

Totnes is also home to a thriving business community, including opticians, unusual and quality furniture, interior design and home furnishing shops, printing services, glass making and goldsmiths and jewellers – to name just a few.

In our Accommodation in Totnes section you will find lots of b&bs in Totnes, including Guest Houses, Hotels and Inns in Totnes

For people looking for self catering accommodation we have a large selections of self catering apartments in the Totnes area

If camping and caravanning is your choice you will also find the best of Caravan and Holiday Parks in Devon and the Totnes area, look no further! Don’t forget to check out local restaurants and eateries!

You will also find information about Totnes attractions, restaurants, theatres, cinemas and nightlife, pubs, winebars and inns in Totnes and nearby, and local social, leisure Check out all the local facilities Totnes has to offer!

Totnes boasts a unique collection of interesting and unusual shops and local markets where you can happily ‘shop til you drop’! Don’t forget to visit this section of the site too! Visit shops and markets

Local information includes education and schools in Totnes including English as a Foreign Language schools, also weddings in Totnes, healthcare and alternative therapies in the area. Businesses in Totnes include estate agents in Totnes and Totnes traders and professions in Totnes.

We also have a local business directory – everything you need for business, commerce and trade in Totnes.

Totnes is one of Devon’s gems; full of both colour and character, that stems from a rich cultural, historical and archaeological heritage.

It is the second oldest borough in England, and is full of interesting diversions for the visitor — museums, a riverside with steamer quay, an ancient Guildhall and Church, a Norman Castle and the North and East Gates.

The town is an architectural feast to those interested in historic buildings – with fine examples of properties dating back to Norman, Medieval and Tudor times.

Whilst visiting this characterful town, take time to hunt out the Leechwells, uncover the legend of the Brutus stone. Browse amongst the unique shops for arts, crafts and gifts.

Listen to buskers, especially on market days, or go to one of the ‘open mike’ nights at various venues in the Town.

The Dart riverside offers boat trips from the Steamer Quay to the historic town and naval base of Dartmouth.

Start planning your holiday or break in Totnes, South Devon or find everything you need if you live locally in Totnes
Totnes – In the South Hams – An Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty – South Devon England – A Town for all Seasons
GoTotnes.com _ Welcome – Click here to start browsing for everything Totnes! The GoTotnes.com website
A guide to Totnes, including Totnes Local Information of what’s on, pubs, bars and inns in Totnes, education facilitites in Totnes, health care and complementary therapies in Totnes, shops and markets in Totnes, local business in Totnes, leisure facilities, restaurants in Totnes, tearooms and cafes in Totnes, local produce, theatre and the arts, shopping and town centre shops in Totnes and weekly markets in Totnes. . and much more
Totnes Information including What’s On in Totnes, Accommodation, Local Info, Leisure, Tourist Info, Business, Restaurants, Inns, Pubs, Bars and Shops in Totnes
BOOK Holiday Accommodation in Totnes for YOUR 2011 GETAWAY NOW!!!
In our Holiday Accommodation in Totnes section you will find lots of b&bs in Totnes and nearby.
You will also find Hotels in Totnes, Inns in Totnes, Guest Houses in Totnes, self catering accommodation in Totnes and Caravan, camping and Holiday Parks in Totnes and nearby

The GoTotnes Website is divided into the following main areas:-
Totnes LOCAL Zone [including Totnes local information, education in Totnes, healthcare in Totnes and what’s on in Totnes]
Totnes SHOPS Zone [including Totnes shopping A-Z directory, Totnes town centre shops, Totnes local produce and Totnes weekly markets]
Totnes BUSINESS Zone [including Totnes local business indexing of all types and Totnes town centre businesses]
Totnes LEISURE Zone [including Totnes gyms & fitness, Totnes pubs, inns and bars, Totnes what’s on and Totnes art galleries]
Totnes RESTAURANTS Zone [including restaurants in Totnes, Totnes tea shops, coffee shops & cafes in Totnes and Totnes eateries]
Totnes TOURIST Zone [including Totnes accommodation of all types and Totnes attractions]
Totnes ACCOMMODATION Zone [including b&bs in Totnes, Totnes self catering and caravan & camping in and near Totnes]

Tourist Information:
Totnes is steeped in history and any walk up Fore Street, High Street, The Narrows and the Town affords many places to visit, including Totnes Castle, Totnes museum, the Tourist centre and much much more. The town is an architectural feast to those interested in historic buildings – with fine examples of properties dating back to Norman, Medieval and Tudor times.

The name Totnes derives from the Saxon for a fort or lookout on a ridge. The town is known to have been a fortified Saxon settlement, built to protect the upper reaches of the river from Viking raiding parties.

As a visitor to this fascinating town, take time to hunt out the Leechwells, uncover the legend of the Brutus stone; browse amongst the delightful shops for arts, crafts and unusual gifts or just listen to buskers, especially on market days. The riverside offers you the chance to take a boat trip from the Steamer Quay to the historic town of Dartmouth or for land lubbers, why not take the steam train to Buckfastleigh?

Along the South Devon coastline you will find the beautiful, interesting and distinctive resort towns of Torquay, Paignton and Brixham that offer something for everyone, all year round! From delicious, local food and drink, comfortable and convenient accommodation, to an unrivalled number of family friendly attractions; from a famed Agatha Christie connection to breathtaking coastal vistas, there’s so much to see and do, making the English Riviera the perfect destination for a short break or your family holiday.

Totnes welcomes students of English as a foreign language. Please follow the link [left] EFL Schools.

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