Relaxing Bovey Tracey
Bovey Tracey is a beautiful and welcoming market town where the winding streets and picturesque parks provide the perfect environment for relaxation. The town is home to many restaurants, bars, coffee shops and attractions, each designed to assist those who wish to take time out and unwind.
Creative Bovey Tracey
The towns’ creative practices, both historic and contemporary, can be seen in numerous shops and attractions across the town, including the House of Marbles and the internationally renowned Devon Guild of Craftsmen, based in the 19th century water mill on the river, while the annual Contemporary Craft Festival is an event not to be missed.
Historic Bovey Tracey
Bovey Tracey gets its name from the river that flows through the westerly edge of the town and the de Tracey family who ruled over the area following the Norman Conquest. It's rich past can be revealed through stories and antiquities at the local Heritage Centre and with more than 100 listed buildings and architectural features to be found in the town.
Active Bovey Tracey
Bovey Tracey provides the perfect location and platform for those looking for activities in the region. The landscape and facilities around the Bovey Tracey area are perfect for wide variety of indoor and outdoor educational, recreational and social activities, including swimming, cycling, canoeing, climbing, and much, much more.
Eventful Bovey Tracey
All year round Bovey Tracey plays host to a wide range of valued and memorable events. From the twice monthly farmers market, and the fayre provided across each year by a host of contemporary craft markets, to the towns spot on the annual cycling Tour of Britain, there is much to see and do for those from nearby or far away.
Natural Bovey Tracey
It is Bovey’s location on the fringes of one of the UK’s largest National Parks that provides much of its scenic charm. Just a few miles from the famous Haytor, Bovey Tracey is proud to be recognised by many as the gateway to Dartmoor; a landscape full of natural beauty, wildlife, and adventure.
Suzy Bennett - Artisans of Dartmoor
When: 03.03.2017 to 03.04.2017
Bovey Tracey Heritage Trust Invites you to: an illustrated talk by Darrin Hewings
Bovey Tracey Community Hospital
13 March 2017
Nominations are invited for the honorary title of ‘Representative of the Lord of the Manor’
24 February 2017
Business in focus
Home Farm Café
“Local seasonal produce & food, made with love” Our friendly Cafe is set within 250 acres of beautiful parkland on the edge of Dartmoor National Park.