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Newton Abbot to Coombe Cellars Walk

1 hour walks

Coombe Cellars,where smugglers used to meet,where fishermen once stored their nets,where the Victorian author Sabine Baring-Gould set his Kitty Alone. Now a popular pub and restaurant.

Point of Interest

Coombe Cellars River Teign

smugglers,fishermen estuary wild life

Coombe Cellars

You can,when it's really low tide,walk the Templer Way from Newton Abbot to Coombe Cellars,BUT ,even with wellies,the walk turns into a tiresome trudge.

However,this pleasant walk descending to the magnificent Teign {'Teen'} estuary can be done at any time - no wellies needed.

3.4 miles
1 hr 25 mins
tracks bridle,paths
main roads
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altitude range
0 - 105 m
quality of track

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Newton Abbot,Haccombe Path off Shaldon Rd


There is one steep climb.

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Newton Abbot to Coombe Cellars Walk

 Walks near Coombe Cellars:
A strenuous but rewarding pub walk to the delightful village of Abbotskerswell .
A picturesque village with a pub ! The walk enjoys unspoilt scenery,rich fauna & splendid views of the Teign estuary.
Numerous top sea walks from Teignmouth ,the second oldest seaside resort.
 Passage House Inn
A great pub walk to a famous pub,the Passage House Inn,where once the river Teign could be crossed on foot.