Stoke Fleming

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A list of B&B's, hotels, campsites etc in and around the village of Stoke Fleming. more

Where To Stay

The Club works to provide regular gatherings to those retired or semi-retired business or professional men who, in retirement, appreciate and value opportunities to meet others in similar circumstances and of a similar level of interest. more

Clubs & Societies

Stoke Fleming Church

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Stoke Fleming’s name has clues not only to its beauty, but also its previous owner, after it was given to him by a conquering monarch. Stoke Fleming is beautiful, with a bustling community and friendly inhabitants. more

Stoke Fleming Bowling Club enjoys a long history which started on the evening of 17th May 1917 when the Rev. A W Smyth invited Messrs Knapman, Bryant, Issell, Martin and Burgoyne to play bowls on the upper lawn of the Rectory. more

Clubs & Societies

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Stoke Fleming’s village inn is the Green Dragon in Church Street, bursting with character, stocked with delicious real ales and fine wines, and for the past 17 years the domain of gregarious hosts Peter and Alix Crowther. more

Food & Drink

It’s been a busy summer at the Stoke Lodge Hotel – too busy for the Mayer family to celebrate 30 years of running the popular country retreat. more

Bob and Lesley Shearwood have been behind the counter of Stoke Fleming Village Shop and Post Office for five years – and there’s nowhere they would rather be! more

Rector of The United Benefice of Stoke Fleming, Blackawton and Strete. more


There was a time when all villages had their own filling station. These days they are increasingly rare, but the Premier Garage in Stoke Fleming continues to thrive under the management of husband and wife team David and Alison Clark. more

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Stoke Fleming is a village and civil parish in the South Hams district of Devon. It lies on the A379 about one and a half miles south of Dartmouth, at the north end of Start Bay and within the South Devon Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty. more