Feniton discovering hidden Devon
1 hour walks
    
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 Feniton Court Feniton Court & Buckerell
Point of InterestFeniton Court
Prayer Book Rebellion

The name means Settlement along the Vine Water

PubsNogg Inn
Feniton
parkingStation Rd ,Feniton

Walk 1 Feniton Court (3.9 miles)

Difficulty:

An old lane

A pleasant and gentle walk to the village of Feniton Court and the outskirts of Fenny Bridges - no pub,but a PO and a delightful church.

From here you follow an old lane dramatically cutting through the local stone ,then turn right into a public footpath leading to a wood where deer have been seen.

The walk also passes a stone commemorating the Prayer Book Rebellion 1549. There was heavy fighting near the bridge between the 'rebels' and Russel's army.

Prayer Book Rebellion

Please note:The route includes several high stiles.

Walk 1

 Walks near Feniton:
  
 Escot Park
Escot Park ,designed by Capability Brown,is a hidden gem for walkers.
  
 
 Talaton
A fairly easy walk with well maintained tracks and paths takes you through the delightful hamlet of Larkbeare to the spectacular grounds of Escot.
  
 Ottery St Mary
A not too strenuous walk towards Ottery St Mary taking you past the historic Cadhay Barton.
  
 Whimple
A short and easy walk through a still unspoilt part of Devon with its charming thatched cottages and old orchards.
  

Walk 2 Feniton Court & Buckerell (7.3 miles)

Difficulty:

Entering Feniton Court
Entering Feniton Court

This quite adventurous walk will take you into an unspoilt and almost secret area of Devon.

After heavy rain some fields can be muddy .

The villages of Buckerell and Feniton Court are a delight to walk through.

Walk 2 
terrain:
tracks,fields
lanes
 10%
altitude range
  62 - 116 m
  

Walk 2

  
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There is one steep climb.