Named by The Telegraph as one of Britain’s 15 Best High Streets, Totnes has a thriving market and independent shop scene. The town has a rich history with lots to discover, including the imposing Totnes Castle, The Guildhall, and Totnes Museum. A visit to Totnes is also a chance to savour South Devon’s best food. From cream teas and gelato to steak and fries with a view of the river, the town’s many cafes and restaurants make full use of the bountiful harvest of fresh, local, seasonally available produce.
Day trips from Torbay for just a couple of gallons of fuel
Located on the banks of the River Dart, Totnes is just 9 miles from Torquay
Exeter = 30 miles
Plymouth = 23 miles
Dartmouth = 13 miles
Free Coach Parking in Totnes
The main drop off points for coaches in Totnes are the two bus stops on Coronation Road. There is an additional drop off point at The Lamb at the top of town, which allows your passengers to walk downhill through the town. FREE coach parking bays can be found at the South Hams District Council-run car park at Steamer Quay Car Park.