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Greenway, Dartmouth

Categories: Gardens, Historic Sites, Nature & Parks, Tourist Spots
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Greenway, located in South Devon, was built in the late 16th century and is famed for being the former holiday home of Agatha Christie. Stroll through the Devonian style homestead before heading outside to take in the large woodland and the Dart estuary. Also visit the walled gardens, boathouse (scene of the crime in Dead Man’s Folly), barn gallery, and the battery complete with canons. On busy days there may be timed entry to the house, which you will be advised of on arrival. Make your way there by ferry, vintage bus, or steam train but be sure to pre-book your parking space online or by telephone if traveling by car. To visit Greenway on your holiday in Dartmouth, and find out what else Dartmouth has to offer, use our Dartmouth trip itinerary maker.
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  • Interesting house and gardens. Interest heightened today with a fire alarm! The garden is a nice walk at this time of year must be stunning in late spring. Dart river views are great. We took the dire...  read more »
  • Walked from kingswear to Greenway which was lovely and helped see more views of the Dart. Much improved since my first visit in the very first year they were open. Much more informative and an increas...  read more »
  • We drove here in a summer fog, but having crossed the river on the little ferry boat and been given a lift up the hill by a NT volunteer, whose other voluntary job was a lemur wrangler at the zoo, we ...  read more »
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