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Best things to do in Totnes

Discover the city according to locals. Find the best things to do, places to eat, and get priceless advice from the people who live here.

Bar
“Good quality gastro food with a good selection of drinks. Always a great atmosphere.”
31 locals recommend
Castle
“Hardly noticeable at the top of the town but worth a look whilst visiting Totnes”
22 locals recommend
Café
“Popular and quirky brew pub serving an eclectic range of beers with staff that are enthusiastic and knowledgeable about beer. The beer range, which is constantly changing, generally includes at least one of the ales brewed on the premises on hand pump, among the other guest ales on up to seven other pumps. There is also a good range of key keg ales. Take-away food may be brought in. - CAMRA”
16 locals recommend
Food
“Looking for a fantastic day out? This family-owned attraction is small enough to provide friendly service, but big enough to keep visitors happy all day. What sets Totnes Rare Breeds apart is the opportunity to be within hugging range of all the animals. Most enclosures can be entered for close-up stroking, patting and cuddling. The Garden Café (outside the farm) offers made-to order dishes at reasonable prices, from indulgent snacks to tasty meals.”
11 locals recommend
Train Station
“Place is very quirky with amazing food restaurants, and unique shops , if you’re bohemian this is the place for you as there is many hippies walking around :) famed for its castle aswel ”
96 locals recommend
Grocery or Supermarket
“Large 'convenience' store, down a short, narrow passageway off High Street. Great selection of food, fresh produce, egg-free mayo, canned dolmades, bags of nuts, chilled and frozen items (besides non-veg food). Also sells local bottled beers. ”
11 locals recommend
Premise
“Local hip scene, live music nights, bar food, place where young go to see and be seen. Atmospheric. ”
11 locals recommend
Bus Station
“The Friday / Saturday market is well worth a visit. The veg stalls are excellent sources of local Devon grown produce. There is a bread stall that sells delicious brad varieties, a fantastic fishmonger and wondeful plant stall. There is also a homemade brownie stall. Plenty of bric-a-bracelet stalls which are great to browse around.”
12 locals recommend
Arts & Crafts Store
“The Ceramic Studio is a great place for all ages to paint their own pottery. From tiny ornaments to large dishes let your imagination run wild in creating your own unique design. When you’re finished leave it with us and we will glaze it for you then collect in a few days or have it posted to you.”
10 locals recommend
Café
“Fantastic healthy, vegetarian and vegan food, authentic Totnes style! Dine with the locals!”
9 locals recommend
Museum
“Beautiful 15th century building on the High Street, located in an Elizabethan merchant's house. Local, cultural and economic history of Totnes and it's surroundings”
4 locals recommend
Car Rental
“Alchemy Car & Van Rental in Totnes is situated next to the train station (which is ideal if you are arriving to Devon by train) and offers car rental in various different sizes to fit all budgets. More details can be found at: www.alchemycars.co.uk”
7 locals recommend
Pub
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“We eat here, friendly locals and visitors welcome. Good menu, Special Pizza nights are a favourite”
11 locals recommend
Restaurant
“Fill your plate with vegetarian delicious salads. Either eat in or take away, unlimted helpings for £7.50”
9 locals recommend
Cinema
“A unique and surprising space, more like a Berlin cabaret than a cinema. Subdued lighting, fully licensed bar, comfy sofas, bistro tables and chairs and luxurious cinema seats on the balcony. There is even have a baby grand piano! As a truly independent cinema, it offers a wide range of films, carefully chosen from all genres including classic black and white film noir, the best from musical theatre, and modern-day classics and Oscar winners.”
9 locals recommend
Café
“Aeropress, cold-brew, V60, flat white or just plain-old espresso, the aptly named hairy barista (aka Roe Yekutiel) will oblige – his little shop has become the town's go-to place for speciality coffee. There are cakes and pastries on offer too, but the space is a little cramped inside (and mind the step on the way in!). - Lonely Planet”
7 locals recommend