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A high coastal 5.1 mile walk along the South West Coast Path through ancient woodland teeming with wildlife, with glimpses of stunning sea views through the trees and optional steep descents to two remote sand-and-shingle beaches. The village of...more
Bucks Mills Car Park, Bucks Mills EX39 5DY, England
After reading not so great reviews for Clovelly, decided instead to take a look at Bucks Mill - great decision as it turned out. There is a smallish car park (height restriction) which filled up pretty quick so get there early would be my advice....More
Peppercombe is stunning!
3/4 of a mile moderate walk from the Coach & Horses at Horns Cross and well worth it.
Strictly no parking for Peppercombe at the pub car park and the layby is 200m down the busy A39 with no pavement. Landlord may...More
Free car park and short walk down to Bucks Mills. Artist Cabin open now and then. Private house selling ice creams. Good walk along pebbles towards Clovelly - lots of interesting objects to be found - best after a storm when bits of driftwood and...More
We stayed in the idyllic Rose's Cottage in Bucks Mills and had a wonderful week exploring the area. From Bucks Mills there is a selection of walks, to Clovelly either on the coastal path or beach (tides allowing) or to Peppercombe. The beach in Bucks...More
my husband and I visited Bucks Mill and bay whilst staying in Devon. Gorgeous June afternoon and practically had the place to ourselves. Free parking at top of village and enjoyed a walk through the village enjoying the the flowers in bloom and well tendered...More
Loved the beach, excellent for rockpooling. Strange car park though, it has a very narrow entrance, too small for my normal sized people carrier. We took the cliff path in the end, very steep climb back up but good fun. No facilities at all, apart...More
We had a glorious walk down from Northway to Peppercombe beach on the South West path. A steep but well marked path takes you down from Northway (there is a pub at Horns Cross which could make a good starting point). Most of the path...More