Warren House Inn popular walks near an isolated pub in the middle of Dartmoor
1 hour walks

Warren House Inn was built in 1845 opposite a house,now destroyed ,which queched the thirst of many a tin miner.

Two favourite walks starting near this pub which has to rely on its own electricity.

Point of InterestWhat to explore

Ruins of Tin Mines

Medieval Village

parking Small Car Park off B3212 ,150m NE of the pub
The pub lies 2 miles North East of Postbridge on the B3212

Walk 1 (5.1 miles)

Walks start near the Warren House Inn,which looks quite weatherworn from the outside but promises a warm welcome inside.

We recommend you download the route below as the following instructions are a brief description of the walk.

Bleak Outside Warm Inside

A From the Car Park follow a bridle path which takes you down to Birch Tor.

B Cross the bridge then follow a bridle path heading South to a gate then continue past Golden Dagger Mine.

C After 105 m turn right and take a bridle path to the forest.

D After a mile through the forest the track makes a sharp turn heading east.

Continue along this track past Boussons Farm keeping the hill (Challacombe Down) on your left.

E After the medieval village ignore a drive on right but continue North not crossing the small river Some stretches of the route are not clear.

F At a fingerpost signed Warren House Inn turn left. Extensive moorland views


5.1 miles
tracks bridle,footpaths
country lanes
main roads
0 %
altitude range
72 - 173 m
quality of track
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Warren House Inn Walk 1

Warren House Inn Walk 1


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