The Maltsters Arms Right at the edge of Bow Creek in Tuckenhay, a popular embarkation point for Canoe Adventures. Besides offering a friendly welcome, entertainment and constantly interesting beers, The Maltsters also boasts fine accommodation and great character.
The Sharpham Trust - based in historic Sharpham House overlooking The Dart and home to mindfulness retreats, nature events, weddings and natural burials
Sharpham Winery Proud holders of national and international wine awards. Accessible from the River Dart and a popular destination for Canoe Adventures guest-crews. The Anchorstone Cafe at Sharpham Vineyard.
The River Shack Licensed bistro on Stoke Gabriel Quay, on the east side of the tidal Dart, conveniently next to an embarkation point for Canoe Adventures. Easily accessible from Torbay. Try their wonderful West Country ice creams or treat yourself to a Summertime al fresco evening meal.
The Ferry Boat Inn Right beside the river in Dittisham, a real pub with real ale in good keep, great food and a warm welcome. The perfect place to while away an hour or two over the turn of the tide.
Totnes Kayaks 'Getting you out there' from Stoke Gabriel on the Dart Estuary in single or double Sit-on-Top kayaks.
More Watery links
Sean Hellman Master woodwright, designer, artist and photographer. The man who crafts Canoe Adventures' world-first ash canoe paddles from ash trees grown in Devonshire.
British Canoeing National site on canoes, kayaks, sea kayaks, rivers and access. Wherever you live you can find a BCU Club
Sharpham Point Field Campsite. It's like the perfect campsite on the River Dart estuary and it can take groups of various sizes. The logistics of getting there is part of the adventure and we can help by getting you there by canoe, if you want.
Riverside House Bed and breakfast in a tranquil setting on the banks of the River Dart at Tuckenhay.
The Bull Inn, Totnes. Very nice boutique accommodation in Totnes above an organic pub, beautifully refurbished under the new ownership of organic pub entrepreneur, Geetie Singh-Watson.