|This historic town on the Teign estuary has held a weekly market since 1220 and its most famous landmark, the tower of St Leonard’s Church, can be seen for many miles. The town’s various attractions include Tuckers Maltings, the only working malthouse left in the West Country, and Newton Abbott’s well-known horse racing course.|
Bradley Manor House, owned by the National Trust, is one of the oldest inhabited houses in Devon and boasts an impressive collection of pre-Rafaelite paintings as well as Arts and Crafts furniture. It is set within a magnificent park. Visitors to nearby Old Forde House have included Charles I, William of Orange and Lord Fairfax.