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Berry Head National Nature Reserve Walk

A gentle stroll of just over a mile and a half. The reserve offers visitors the chance to explore two Napoleonic war forts and see Britain's highest and smallest lighthouse. Follow the description attached from the South West Coast Path National Trail and enjoy. Care should be taken with dogs and children as there's some high cliffs.

Berry Head National Nature Reserve Walk
Berry Head Visitor Centre
BERRY HEAD
Devon
TQ5 9AL
5 Stars

Aug 2021

Great cafe

Although it was pouring with rain the day we went it was still a great walk and the fantastic cream tea in the cafe made up for the terrible weather.

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5 Stars

Jul 2021

Lovely walk with cafe and great views!

We loved this walk from Brixham. It was suitable for elderly family and a toddler with a pushchair if you use the car park. Views are wonderful and there is also a lovely walk back to Brixham through the woods and the coastal path if you can manage the steps and terrain.

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5 Stars

Sep 2019

Mrs Mackinnon-Ure

Excellent to walk here, great views

Good cafe when you arrive, great views nice day out.

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