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Greenway

Travel from Dittisham to Greenway via water ferry. Read more

Ferries/Taxis/Buses/Parking

This May poet Miriam Nash has taken up the mantle of writer-in-residence at Greenway, where she is leading events and activities to bring writing to life as part of the Writing Places programme. Read more

Ruth Simpson caught up with Simon Akeroyd, the new head gardener of the Riviera portfolio of National Trust properties in the potting shed at Coleton Fishacre on a particularly wet and windy day in June. Read more

People

South Devon is both a relaxed and beautiful place to spend some time – but it also has a plethora of fun and exciting days out for every age group and every interest. Here are some ideas to get you out and about in South Devon. Read more

Things to Do

Besides the beautiful vistas, Dartmouth and its surrounding area is dotted with places steeped in history. Read more

Set against the backdrop of the River Dart and the beautiful South Devon coast, these gardens are a must-see during your visit to Dartmouth. Read more

Blow away those Christmas cobwebs on a winter walk and visit the house to warm up! Read more

On Wednesday 30th October at 8pm, ITV is broadcasting an episode of its popular detective series which will be particularly poignant for Agatha Christie fans, as key scenes from the film were shot at the crime writer’s holiday home at Greenway. Read more

Dartmouth is a stunning place to be in the sunshine – but what if your luck runs out and the heavens open? Well, fear not as there are many places to pass the time and have a great time in Dartmouth. Read more

Things to Do

An insight into the working lives of local personalities who work on the Dart. Read more

River Dart

On Saturday 28th February 2009, and with thanks to generous grants from the Heritage Lottery Fund and Devon Renaissance, the National Trust opened Greenway House, the holiday home of Agatha Christie and her family. Read more

Castles & Historic Places

On a gloriously sunny day with just a handful of puffy clouds drifting across the sky, you could say that Christie Belle crewman Gerry Tunbridge has a dream job. Read more

River Dart

Overbecks, National Trust, Salcombe

©NTPL/John Hammond

One of the nicest ways to spend a summer’s day in South Devon is by visiting one of our plethora of castles and stately homes, open to the public to allow us to indulge our thirst for history and our love of a beautiful building. Read more

Things to Do

Famous Sons & Daughter No.14: Dame Agatha Christie (1890-1976). The best selling author of all time made her home on the banks of the River Dart. Read more

Local History

Sitting above a curl of the River Dart, peeking between pines and rhododendrons like a late-Georgian butter cream confection, Greenway is the National Trust’s newest treasure. Read more

People

The beloved holiday home of the famous and much-loved author Agatha Christie and her family. Read more

Castles & Historic Places

South Devon boasts an abundance of castles and stately homes, open to the public to allow us to indulge our thirst for history and our love of a beautiful building. Read more

Castles & Historic Places

Greenway was Agatha Christie's beloved holiday home Read more

Castles & Historic Places