Be aware that parts of the route go close to cliff edges. Keep children and dogs under supervision at all times.
Total steps: 4
Total steps: 4
Brownstone car park, grid ref SX903510
From Brownstone car park, follow the path all the way down to Froward Point (clearly signposted). This was a military road built during the Second World War to access a gun emplacement.
Follow the coastal footpath to the right, towards Outer Froward Point. Along this section of the walk there are spectacular views over the Mewstone.
Follow the coast path to the edges of Pudcombe Cove. Here, the route heads inland, but a nice detour is to the centre of the coast path at Pudcombe Cove, where there's a viewing point. From there, it's a short walk to the bottom of Coleton Fishacre garden (free entry to National Trust members).
Follow the footpath inland (this section is steep in places), until you reach Brownstone Road. Head left down this quiet country road to return to Brownstone car park.
Brownstone car park, grid ref: SX903510
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