The Devonshire Inn, Sticklepath, Dartmoor National Park

The Devonshire Inn, Sticklepath, Dartmoor National Park

North Dartmoor

Situated just up the road from the National Trust's Finch Foundry and at the tail of Belstone Cleave, The Devonshire Inn is also by the Tarka Trail and at the foot of Dartmoor's north moor. Add local riding stables and two of the most stunning prehistoric sites in the National Park and The Devonshire Inn becomes a great place for food and drink when exploring the area.


Things to do around The Devonshire Inn

'Holiday in Dartmoor' helps visitors discover things to do and places to visit when exploring Dartmoor National Park. We are not a review site. This listing will help those looking to discover the area around Sticklepath and The Devonshire Inn.


Explore Sticklepath

To begin, explore Sticklepath. Visit the National Trust's Finch Foundry. Note that the National Trust's Castle Drogo and Lydford Gorge are in the area.

Also visit English Heritage's Okehampton Castle and Okehampton's Museum of Dartmoor Life.

The Two Museum Walk connects Finch Foundry and the Museum of Dartmoor Life.


Riverside walks

Explore the River Taw.


Tarka Trail

Walk the Tarka Trail.


Belstone Cleave

Discover Skaigh Woods and Belstone Cleave.


Cosdon Hill

Yomp up to Cosdon Hill and Cosdon Beacon.



Visit Belstone.


Tors and high moorland

Belstone Tors and ridge.


Mariners' Way and Taw-Tign Link

Walk the Mariners' Way and Taw-Teign Link.


Dartmoor's prehistory

Experience Cosdon (The Cemetery) Stone Row and Nine Maidens Stone Circle.

A little further away are Scorhill Stone Circle and White Moor Stone Circle.


The A30

Sticklepath and The Devonshire Inn are near the A30 and offer easy access east to Exeter and west to Cornwall and the North Cornwall coast.