Facilities & access


  • Parking at Brownstone (Froward Point) car park, Scabbacombe car park, Mansands (Woodhuish) car park and Coleton Camp car park. National Trust Members FREE. £2 charge (honesty box)
  • Public toilets can be found at Kingswear village. National Trust toilets located at Coleton Fishacre (only when open)
  • Dogs welcome, but must be on leads where livestock are present
  • Cafe at Coleton Fishacre (only when open). Cafe and a shop selling light refreshments in Kingswear (not National Trust)
  • Woodhuish Farm (National Trust-tenanted) sells organic meat from traditional breeds
  • Small visitor centre at Froward Point
  • Small bird hide at Mansands
  • Information points
  • Picnic area
  • National Trust holiday cottages

Family & children

  • Look for crabs, sea anemones and other sea life in the rock pools at Mansands
  • Take yourself back in time and explore the wartime buildings at Brownstone and the 19th-century cider press at Woodhuish
  • Coleton Camp car park is a good spot for kite flying. There are no suitable sites for model flying


  • Brownstone car park has no designated accessible parking, but is on level ground
  • Mobility toilet at Coleton Fishacre (only when open)
  • Path surfaces around the estate vary from smooth and flat tracks, to rougher routes on sloping natural terrain. Take care on cliff-top routes, which can be slippery and muddy after wet weather
  • Seats available on the track from Brownstone car park to Froward Point and at various other points around the estate
  • Small step to the viewing area of the cider press at Woodhuish Farm. The land around the buildings at Brownstone Battery is accessible
  • All-ability trails - From Brownstone car park, follow the track for 1 mile (1.6km) down to Froward Point. For most of the distance the track is well compacted, even and flat for approximately half mile (800m) before sloping down towards Froward Point