Dartington Trust is a centre for learning, arts, ecology and social justice based on a 1,200 acre site near Totnes, in Devon.
We are located in the popular visitor destination of the South Hams, and nestled between Dartmoor National Park and the Jurassic Coast of South Devon.
As a campus, we offer everything you’d expect – including beautiful learning spaces in all shapes and sizes, student accommodation, and exceptional facilities that are freely available to you during your course studies. However, our estate offers so much more than that.
If you’re attending our taught programmes on-site, you’ll need somewhere to stay. We’ve got you covered…
From our libraries to our professional-grade studio space, you’ll have great resources to support your studies.
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Our estate is superbly situated for getting the most out Devon’s world-renowned attractions and stunning coastlines and countryside.
not just a campus…
a social-enterprise hub for like-minded organisations and charities
a place for nature with range of conservation, agroforestry and sustainable food-growing projects.
a creative community with a year-round programme of art and craft short courses, theatre, music and dance events as well as a wide selection of films at the independent Barn Cinema.
We are also an award-winning destination with woodland walks, riverside trails, cafés, and restaurants and family-friendly activities.
year-round courses and events
Our short course programme, Barn Cinema film offering and much besides: find out how our events can supplement your Dartington experience. (Opens in new website)
exploring our estate
Countless miles of estate trails, wild swimming, award-winning food outlets and a shopping village – there’s plenty of ways to unwind. (Opens in new window)