Walk - Mount Edgcumbe
4.2 miles (6.7 km)
Maker Church car park - PL10 1JB Maker Church car park
Moderate - Uneven terrain along the Coast Path, with some steep stretches including steps, and can be muddy in winter. The sections around Cremyll and Mount Edgcumbe House and Gardens are suitable for wheelchair users and pushchairs, and a rugged 'Tramper' mobility scooter provided by Countryside Mobility SW can be hired for a small fee. To check that this walk is suitable for you click here where you can find additional mapping and photographs showing gradients, path surfaces, and other detailed information.
A breathtaking tour around the waterside perimeter of the Mount Edgcumbe estate, with tremendous views across Plymouth Sound and a host of eighteenth-century follies, fountains, seats and shelters along the path. The route travels through the parkland and woodland of the historic family seat of the Earls of Edgcumbe, who built the house at the heart of the estate in the mid-sixteenth century. The house and its formal gardens, as well as tea-room, restaurant and shop, are open to the public during the summer season; but the South West Coast Path, passing through the estate, is open throughout the year.
The Old Mill Cafe, Wembury
Located right on Wembury beach. A National Trust building run by sisters Jemma and Jennifer. We provide light refreshments, locally roasted organic coffee, delicious pasties from local supplier and homemade sandwiches and soup to have in or takeaway. We are open everyday until 1st November 1030 - 4.30pm