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Newton St Cyres 2 golf course,orchards and tranquility
1 hour walks
Point of Interest

The Beer Engine

Orchards

This walk takes you North of Newton St Cyres into a relatively secluded area of Devon,through orchards and along a golf course ;it follows part of the Devonshire Heartland Way,linking the Exe Valley with Okehampton. The tracks are generally very good.

At the end of the walk you may be tempted to visit the famous Beer Engine built around 1850 as a railway hotel and established as a pub and brewery in 1983.

Beer Engine
"The Beer Engine"
length:
5.4 miles
time:
2hrs 15 mins
terrain:
tracks,paths
lanes
main roads
0 %
2%
altitude range
30 - 95 m
quality of track
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parking

Cricket Club near the Sation

There is one steepish climb.

 

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Newton St Cyres Orchard Walk

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