Visit Kingsbridge Devon and the surrounding villages and stay in bed breakfast, hotel or holiday home accommodation provided by BedPosts members.
Kingsbridge is a busy little market town, sometimes called the capital of the South Hams, stands at the head of the Kingsbridge Estuary. Among the town's interesting buildings are St Edmund's Church, which has a 13th century tower although the church itself was consecrated in 1414; the Shambles, a 16th century market arcade largely rebuilt in 1796; and the 17th century grammar school. William Cookworthy (1705-80), who discovered china clay in Cornwall and made the first true porcelain in England, was born here.
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