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For over 600 years, Dartmouth Castle has stood proudly at the mouth of the Dart River Estuary, once protecting the bustling town from potential naval attack. Climb to the top of the battlement for a stunning view of the estuary, and see how it was defended in wartime by a heavy chain slung across the river mouth and a formidable collection of artillery. The Castle and St Petroc Church are a must see for anyone visiting the area, and there is a lovely tearoom situated to the side of the castle where you can stop for a light lunch or a cup of tea.

The Castle can be accessed either by taking a short walk from Dartmouth Harbor office or via the castle ferry from Dartmouth Quay.

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