Walks with a café near Plymouth

Winter walks are the best way to enjoy the season. Here are a list of walks where you can stretch your legs in the countryside, and then treat your self with a tea and coffee to warm up. Please check café opening times.

The woodlands at Cotehele in springtime

Explore the Cotehele estate

The estate is open every day from dawn to dusk and your dog is welcome too. There are loads of walking routes through the 1300 acres of countryside, with miles of wooded paths opening up onto views of the river and the surrounding fields.

A couple walk through sunlit woods
Walking trail

Saltram pillars walk 

Take an easy one-mile walk from Saltram House that follows parkland and woodland, providing distant views of the estuary, Plymouth and Cornwall.

Sheep grazing in the Lanhydrock estate

Lanhydrock Great Wood and the Avenue walk

This gentle walk is a great introduction to the magical, mature, mixed woodland and impressive parkland of the Lanhydrock estate.

Wembury, South West Devon

Take a stroll around Wembury Point

Discover Wembury Point's past, still evident if you look closely, and a wide variety of wildlife, on land, sea and water. Enjoy views across the bay to the mysterious Great Mewstone.

Sheep in the snow at Buckland

Winter walks

This year, Buckland Abbey will be open until 2 January (excluding 24-26 December), and also on weekends until 16 February 2019. Join us for woodland walks and warming drinks.

Wallkers enjoying Valency Valley

Boscastle and the Valency Valley walk

Traverse the cliffs around Boscastle before exploring the Valency Valley on this National Trust trail in Cornwall.

Plymouth

Moorland, woods, cycle trails, historic houses, gardens and coast are all close to this maritime city.