Feniton to Ottery St Mary a delightful walk following the river Otter
1 hour walks
Point of InterestRiver Otter Cadhay House & Gardens Escot estate

This is a long but not very strenuous walk from Feniton to Ottery St Mary using mainly public footpaths or tracks.

The route follows part of the old Feniton to Ottery St Mary railway line.

Cadhay Barton

It takes you past Cadhay Barton,a stone courtyard house built around 1550 - garden and house are open to the public on Fridays from May to end of September.

length:
7.2 miles
time:
2 hrs 45 mins
terrain:
tracks bridle,paths
lanes
yes
altitude range
39 - 102 m
quality of track
***
parking

Feniton Station Road

elevation

There is one small climb.

Feniton to Ottery Walk

 Walks nearby:
  
 Feniton
A not too strenuous walk towards Ottery St Mary taking you past the historic Cadhay Barton.
  
 Ottery St Mary
This easy and varied walk crosses Knightsone estate - the private Manor is one of the best preserved medieval houses in Britain - and returns along the Otter.
  
 Escot Park
Escot Park ,designed by Capability Brown,is a hidden gem for walkers.