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Heddon Valley

Martinhoe | Between Combe Martin & Lynton, Barnstaple EX31 4PY, England
+44 1598 763402
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After our visit to Lynton & Lynmouth we decided on some chill time taking in the sites and having... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
foodofallfoods
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Mansfield, United Kingdom
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Lovely walk

Lovely walks along the river to the Headon mouth. Stony beach at the end with an old lime kiln... read more

Reviewed 1 week ago
Candida M
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Martinhoe | Between Combe Martin & Lynton, Barnstaple EX31 4PY, England
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"heddons mouth"
in 18 reviews
"hunters inn"
in 43 reviews
"national trust car park"
in 14 reviews
"great walk"
in 14 reviews
"rocky beach"
in 8 reviews
"woody bay"
in 7 reviews
"the pub"
in 9 reviews
"beautiful scenery"
in 7 reviews
"coastal walks"
in 3 reviews
"lime kiln"
in 3 reviews
"well worth the effort"
in 3 reviews
"gentle walk"
in 4 reviews
"large boulders"
in 2 reviews
"dramatic cliffs"
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"wooden bridge"
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"big stones"
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"walking shoes"
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

After our visit to Lynton & Lynmouth we decided on some chill time taking in the sites and having half hour on the beach. The beach is full of boulders and shingle but lovely and the kids had some great fun making stone towers. Lovely...More

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Reviewed 1 week ago

Lovely walks along the river to the Headon mouth. Stony beach at the end with an old lime kiln. Good food and refreshments at the pub too.

Thank Candida M
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Reviewed 1 week ago

30 or so minutes walk but well worth the effort. Stunning views and a little gem only available by foot. Did see a couple struggle with a child in buggy.

Thank Greg M
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We went just for a walk and some lunch , we were a couple with no children or dogs. Lovely big car park but be warned I don’t know which side we came into the valley but... the roads were steep and very narrow !...More

Thank Natalie R
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Heddon Valley is the starting point for lots of beautiful walks of different challenge. NT car park, toilets and shop plus The Hunters Inn pub and hotel providing amazing food all add to this wonderful valley.

Thank Caroline5712
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Reviewed 1 week ago

On a sunny day, this little walk from Hunters Inn down to Heddon's Mouth, is a delight. We took our 4 small dogs and they loved the gentle meandering path which follows the stream and provides a gorgeous shaded first half of the journey as...More

Thank 88johnboy123
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago

We visited this valley three times during our holiday to do some of the coastal walks where geocaches were situated, as we enjoy geocaching because it takes you to places you may not otherwise visit. We parked in the National Trust car park and opposite...More

Thank Christine K
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Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

Nearby the national trust car park there is a site for wild-ish camping. Cheap, eco friendly toilets, no phone signal, nearby pub is called the hunters inn. There were a lot of horse flies about at this time of year (June). The nearby walks are...More

Thank Katie P
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Reviewed 13 July 2018

The road down to the valley on the one side is very narrow so please drive slowly. However on the other side of the valley on the road we left on it was a much better road , so it may be better to come...More

Thank mistyjill8
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Reviewed 8 July 2018 via mobile

Beautiful place to visit for a walk & adventure. We parked at the national trust centre and took the path to the secluded and very scenic beach. With a toddler with us, we took our time and played in the river on the way down....More

Thank Simon J
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£1 - 1hour. £2 - 2hour. £3 - 3hour and over.
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