Walk - Georgeham to Putsborough

1.2 miles (2.0 km)

Georgeham - EX33 1JU Georgeham

Easy - The walk is generally flat across grassy pastures and around the edge of a cropped field. There are several gates section, one of which has one step.

A pleasant walk through farmland to the coast at Putsborough.

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.

There are a range of wonderful places to lay your head near the Coast Path for a well-earned sleep. From large and luxurious hotels, to small and personable B&B's, as well as self-catering options and campsites. The businesses that support the Path, where you've chosen to visit, are listed here.

Combas Farm, Putsborough

Combas Farm is a 17th century farmhouse, located in a wonderfully secluded valley, with a beautiful garden and unspoiled views.

Pickwell Barton

Unique peaceful, stunning location, 4 star Gold award cottages with private access through fields to the Coast Path and fabulous beaches, 1 mile from villages of Georgeham & Croyde.

The Whiteleaf, Croyde

The Whiteleaf is an AA 4 Star Gold Award B&B with a licensed restaurant in the village of Croyde.

Marine House B&B, Woolacombe

We are a small modern B&B in the center of Woolacombe, just 2 minutes walk from the beach and the South West Coast path.

The Beach House, Woolacombe

Centre of Woolacombe, Bistro & Lodge on 3 floors with rooms of 2,3 & 4 persons. Clean shared bathrooms, continental breakfast & Free WiFi

Breakers B&B, Croyde

Beach-side B&B only 1 minute from South West Coast Path, with stunning ocean views, comfortable en-suite rooms and a warm welcome after a long day's walk.

Lundy House, Mortehoe

Lundy House B&B sits between Mortehoe and Woolacombe on the North Devon coast. Surrounded by National Trust land. Great breakfasts. Dogs and dirty boots welcome.

Silver Cottage B&B, Braunton

A charming two double bedroom B&B, private sitting room, kitchenette, terrace and shower room. A warm welcome for walkers, see website for details.

The Laurels, Braunton

A warm welcome will greet you from this family owned B&B in the heart of Braunton within easy reach of village facilities and the magnificent local beaches.

North Cottage, Braunton

Close to Coast Path,village centre,good restaurants and pubs,close to beach and golf course,double,single and twin rooms available Wifi,DW,CP,Pl,D

Marsdens Devon Cottages, Braunton

One of Devon’s leading agencies with over 400 cottages in popular locations including Croyde, Woolacombe, Braunton and Lynmouth. Book online today!

Lee Meadow Farm Camping, near Lee

Traditional campsite set in lovely countryside beside the Coast Path. Visit the farm animals, free hot showers, farm shop & tea room on site. Ehup available.

Trojen Bed & Breakfast

Relax in our B&B situated half a mile from Coast Path in a quiet cul de sac in Braunton. Private lounge/ diner and super King ensuite with views of estuary to Appledore.

Sunnymead Farm, Mullacott, Woolacombe

Small friendly family run 4 AA Pennant Campsite, stunning views, dogs welcome FOC, hot showers, EHU's, large level pitches, play area

You'll be spoilt for choice for where to eat and drink along the Path. With lots of local seasonal food on offer, fresh from the farm, field and waters. Try our local ales, ciders, wines and spirits, increasing in variety by the year, as you sit in a cosy pub, fine dining restaurant or chilled café on the beach. The businesses that support the Path, where you've chosen to visit, are listed here.

Lee Meadow Farm Shop, near Lee

The home of Glampig home reared pork cuts,our own eggs, fresh baked bread and pastries, cream teas, lite bites, amazing cooked breakfast, bbq products, dog friendly,free parking.

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Route Description

A pleasant walk through farmland to the coast at Putsborough.

  1. It begins by following a public footpath across grassy pastures and around the edge of a cropped field.
  2. There are several gates on this section, one of which has one step.

After an easy stroll along tarmaced lanes, follow the path across another grass field before it starts to slope downhill through gorse bushes.

  1. A welcome bench will be found beyond a large wooden gate, from which panoramic views of the coastline from Putsborough to Woolacombe and beyond can be enjoyed before the return journey to Georgeham.

Parking

There is a car park in Georgeham, but you will then have to get to the start of the route which will involve some steep gradients on the village lanes.

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