Dartmoor isn't just a large expanse of empty moorland like I'd always thought. It's full of tiny little villages, only accessible by very narrow walls mostly made out of hedgerows but sometimes (scarily) stone. Thankfully, I was not driving though. We went through some lovely little places, walked to the top of a hill to look over Devon, and finished up gazing at Gidleigh Park, a Michelin-starred restaurant and lovely old building.