B&B, Camping and caravan parks, Kayak Retail Shop / Kayak Clubs
Cross House is owned and run by family Tracey and Nick Prust. It has a village centre location and a short walk to the Mill Pool where we operate! Tel:01803 782554 (Mobile: 07768 915945)
Higher Well Farm is a quiet, secluded setting in beautiful countryside close to us on the outskirts of Stoke Gabriel village. Dogs welcome, and loads of space for tents, hard standing for caravans, or on site static caravans.
Broadleigh Farm Park. Looking for a campsite that is open fields, allows dogs and BBQ’s than this is for you. A working farm family which provide great camping, and make their own cider. What more do you need!!
Pubs & Places
The Vineyard Kitchen An hours paddle upriver towards totnes on the Sharpham Estate. It's an open air restaurant where you can sit and enjoy a glass of Sharphams finest white wine while enjoying beautifully prepared local food taking in the glorious river views.
The Maltsters Arms Tuckenhay
Across the River from us lies Bow creek. A suitable place for new paddlers to explore on an easy three hour paddle and a great pub lunch! Once owned by the infamous TV chef Keith Floyd, The Maltsters Arms is a warm and welcoming place and extremely popular with locals and visitors alike.
FBI Dittisham, or the Ferry Boat Inn. The best view from a pub window anywhere… Great food and beer plus lots of summer activities. Very memorable…
Kayak Retail Shop / Kayak Clubs
The best equipped and most helpful retail shop in the South West take a look at AS WATERSPORTS based in Exeter. They have been established for a long time, have good local knowledge and can help anyone who is either starting out in kayaking or canoeing for the first time, or experienced club or seasoned paddlers.
Totnes Canoe Club Operating by the wear in Totnes, the club caters for children and adults with introduction to BCU 1,2 and 3 star courses.
Paignton Canoe Club Very friendly club with a mixture of sea, river and white water paddlers.
UK Rivers Guide Book The main site/forum to see whats going on in the world of UK kayaking.