Dartington – the list is endless:
Shops at Dartington are an array of the unusal including; homeware, kitchenware, craft & glassware, food & drink, fashion & beauty, toys & games, stationey, gifts and books to browse and provide retail therapy.
Barn Cinema is an independent cinema situated in a renovated 14th century barn.
The White Hart has a tantalising menu prepared with the freshest produce. Locally cured ham, single-suckled beef and grass-reared lamb, additive-free and free-range chickens and eggs, fish sourced daily at the local fish market and interesting local cheeses from speciality cheese-makers. Every effort is made to source the freshest, tastiest and most ethically produced ingredients from South Devon, often from their own estate.
Gardens – The Dartington Hall estate is home to 25 acres of Grade 2* listed gardens, open year round from dawn till dusk. With a rich sense of history and a host of delightful features – from a new bridge by artist Peter Randall Page to a sculpture by Henry Moore to 500 year old Spanish Chestnut trees – the gardens at Dartington are worth exploring all year round
High Cross House built for William Curry, headmaster of Dartington Hall School, this Modernist gem was commissioned by Leonard Elmhirst and designed by William Lescaze in 1932. The house still evokes the ‘serenity, clarity and a kind of openness’ described by Curry. High Cross is one of Britain’s most celebrated Modern residences, and The National Trust are excited to be presenting it to the public under their management, working in partnership with the owners of High Cross House, the Dartington Hall Trust.