Bishopsteignton a Georgian village near the Teign
1 hour walks

This charming town with many Georgian buildings inspired by John Nash ,enjoys three pubs,one named after Bishop John de Grandisson.

He built a 14th century sanctuary chapel to provide a refuge for felons who had accepted life banishment,as they travelled from Exeter to sail from Teignmouth.
The remains of this chapel are still visible near the village church

Point of InterestWhat to explore

Georgian Buildings

Vineyard

Ruins of Bishops Palace

parking Depends on walk
PubsCockhaven Arms
View from the top

Walk 1 Bishops Palace & Golf Course (4.5 miles)

Difficulty:

This delightful walk starts with a steep climb out of Bishopsteignton,past the vineyard and the ruins of a Bishops Palace .

The climb is rewarded with splendid views of the Teign estuary. It takes you through a golf course - paths are well defined - and into a magnificent wood along Three Tree Lane.

length:
4.5 miles
time:
1 hr 50 mins
terrain:
tracks,paths
lanes
main roads
0 %
after rain
altitude range
64 - 212 m
quality of track
****
parking

Car Park off Fore Street
or Cockhaven Rd

Ruins of Bishops Palace
Ruins of Bishops Palace

Walk 1

 Walks near Bishopsteignton:
  
 Teignmouth
Numerous top sea walks from Teignmouth ,the second oldest seaside resort.
  
 Dawlish
Great walks from Dawlish ,known for its sandy beaches,black swans & the Brunel railway line along its coast.
  
 Shaldon
Shaldon is one of Devon's most idyllic fishing villages offering walkers many tea shops,pubs,sandy beaches and original shops.
  
  

Walk 2 Postman's Path (1.5 miles)

Difficulty:

Fore Street

A short but very pleasant walk around Teignmouth Golf Course,following so called Postman's path towards White Wells.

The route uses quiet lanes and public footpaths.

Outlined in blue is part of the Teigmouth to Dawlish Way.

parking

2 Small Car Parks off country lane - see map
NOT Golf Course car park

 

Walk 2