Favourite Devon Walks
  Popular Honiton Walks
4 Popular Walks
Near River Otter Near River Otter
Walk 1 Honiton North
 2.3 miles (1 hour)
 difficulty 3/4 (challenging)
Walk 2 Honiton Town Trail
 1 mile (30 mins)
 difficulty 1/4 (easy)
Walk 3 Honiton to Littletown
 3.1 miles (1h 20)
 difficulty 2/4 (easy)
Walk 4 Honiton to Offwell Revised
 5.3 miles (2h 10)
 difficulty 4/4 (challenging)

Honiton, known for its lace, is a fascinating market town built around a Roman Road.


Four delightful walks from Honiton


Point of Interest Market along High Street on Tuesday,Thursday & Saturday
museum Free Museum
Pubs Numerous pubs in Honiton
No Pubs in Offwell
Toilets Several public toilets
parking See Below
Walk 1
Honiton North (2.3 miles)


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parking Pay & Diplay Lace Walk Car Park


Walk 2
Honiton Town Trail (1 mile)
 A possible 'Walking from Home' walk
Honiton High Street
Honiton High Street
This is one of our 'Thirty Five Minute Walks'

A pleasant town trail visiting key historic places.

parking Pay & Display Lace Walk Car Park


Walk 3
Honiton to Littletown (3.1 miles)

A delightful varied walk that can be enjoyed at any time of the year.

Explore several parks, including Honiton Bottom Community, & old town.


parking Littletown Road


Walk 4
Honiton to Offwell Revised (5.3 miles)
Offwell Woods
Offwell Woods
starting Point Start : Near Honiton Golf Course

A 5.3 mile walk to Offwell, famous for its fauna, particularly its bluebells.

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You pass the Bishop's tower, an eighty foot tall square tower built by Bishop Edward Copplestone in 1828.

He was appointed Bishop of Llandaff in South Wales, and decided that if he could see his diocese from the top of the tower he would save himself the journey of having to visit it! He must have been blessed with enviable vision!

Some spectacular views of Honiton.

bishop's tower
parking Off Road near Honiton Golf Course

 Walks near Honiton
Gittisham is an old picture postcard village known for its cob and stone cottages & the Pig
Stockland , only accessible via lanes , is a favourite starting point for peaceful hill walking and spectacular views.
A delightful walk, mainly through woods, to the old beacon house where a lookout was posted to keep a wary eye for Armada ships
Great country walks with spectacular views
Two popular walks through Bluebell Woods