Best Coffinswell Walks

discovering hidden Devon
1 hour walks

The unspoilt scenery around Coffinswell is fauna rich with splendid views of the Teign estuary.

Where to Eat?
The Linny, Coffinswell

The name dates back to the 14th century and refers to a well belonging to the Coffin family.

Point of InterestCoffinswell village , peaceful countryside
Haccombe Chapel
Pub & restaurant at Coffinswell:Linny Inn
parkingFree Top of Long Lane (Haccombe Path)
Newton Abbot

Distance:4.1 miles


This delightful walks starts in the eastern outskirts of Newton Abbot and soon descends into a tranquil valley.- a small diversion could take you to Haccombe Chapel, dating back to the 14th century.

After a steady climb to Coffinswell, you can either turn left to explore the village & recently refurbished pub or turn right to return along a working quarry following paths all the way back. You also get a good glimpse of the construction of the Kingskerswell bypass.

4.1 miles
1 hr 40 mins
tracks bridle/ paths
main roads
2 crossings
altitude range
72 - 173 m
quality of track
Dowload FIT route for Watches / GPS

There is one steep descent.

Coffinswell Walk

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