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Hunter's Inn scenic walks from a famous Victorian pub
Exmoor Walks
    
Select Your WalkWalk 1 (2 miles)Walk 2 (5 miles)Walk 3 (3.9 miles)
  Heddon's Mouth Beach Hunter's Inn Coastal Walk Coastal walk to Martinhoe

Hunter's Inn ,a walker's favourite pub,lies secluded in the river Heddon valley.

directionsOff B3223 between Dulverton and Simonsbath
Follow signs for Liscombe
PubsHunter's Inn
  
ToiletsHunter's Inn Car Park
  
parkingHunter's Inn Car Park

Walk 1 Heddon's Mouth Beach (2 miles)

Hunter's Inn

Difficulty:

An easy walk along the little Heddon to the mouth of the river and Heddon's Mouth Beach.

Walk past the pub and across the bridge.

After 0.2 miles turn sharp right into a signed track. .

Continue to the coast with river on your right.

map of Hunter's Inn walk 1

Walk 1

 Walks near Hunter's Inn:
 Combe Martin
Exploring the highest point of the South West Coast Path.
 Arlington Court
Delightful scenic walks through wooded valleys and rolling countryside. No Trust membership required.
 Dulverton
Dulverton delightful town,boasting several pubs,restaurants ,cafes and shops is a most popular centre for walkers
 Dunster
The historic & picturesque village of Dunster on the edge of Exmoor & the Quantocks has been the setting for many films.
  

Walk 2 Hunter's Inn Coastal Walk (5 miles)

Difficulty:

A delightful walk with extensive coastal views and a possible excursion to a Roman Fort.

From the Car Park take a path right of the pub and continue along the South West Coast Path following signs for Woody Bay,sheltered by woody cliffs.

 

map of Hunter's Inn walk 2

Walk 2

Walk 3 Coastal walk to Martinhoe (3.9 miles)

Difficulty:

Similar to walk 2 but returning via Martinhoe with its 16 listed buildings and a church dating back to the 13th century.

map of Hunter's Inn walk 2

Walk 3