Are you walking the South West Coastpath or the Dart Trail? Here's why you should stay at Raddicombe Lodge
Recommended by the South West Coast Path Association 2019.
Raddicombe Lodge is two miles from Brixham and Dartmouth in South Devon. The lodge is close to the South West Coast Path, which leads to tucked away coves, harbour towns and estuaries – some of the most superb scenery to be found anywhere in Britain.
We are also close to the River Dart Trail which runs alongside the River Dart from Kingswear, via Greenway and Galmpton towards Totnes. Plus we can suggest six of our favourite walks based from Kingswear. The later being circular routes around coast, river and village.
The lodge is a short journey from Dartmoor, where you are spoilt for choice by the many varied walking opportunities, from the open moorland to picturesque river valleys.
We offer self-guided walking holidays. We provide encapsulated plans of local walks, maps and walking guides and lots of free advice on gentle scenic village and riverside strolls to more adventurous moorland or coastal walks.
April, May and June are our favorite months for walking. Glorious carpets of bluebells and their heady scent, new born lambs running in the fields, walking at this time of year leaves you with a feeling of fresh vitality. What a great time to enjoy walking here in Devon. So why not take advantage of our four nights for the price of three offer. Great value! We would also recommend walking breaks in September when the summer rush is over. The coastline scenery is still full of colour at that time of the year.
We welcome individual walkers, couples, families and walking groups of up to 16 people who can book the entire lodge. For groups of over 10 we can provide evening meals, plus we are licenced so you can enjoy a drink in the evening!
Call us for details of what we can provide. 01803 882125
A programme of led walks in and around Dartmouth and Kingswear, designed to help and improve people's health and well-being.
Walks have been designed to suit different abilities, they vary in length and range from a gentle, level strole around town, to challenging coastal path walks.
Walks take place each Tuesday and Thursday morning. No need to book – just turn up at the meeting point. You will be met by a trained volunteer leader.
For details visit: www.walkingforhealth.org.uk/walkfinder/dartmouth-walk-talk
Information regards walking in general in South Devon - the Green holidays pages recommend walks.
Over 30 downloadable walks and trails in South Devon for access
The southwest coast path covers over 630 miles of coastline walking, over 100 of these miles are in South Devon
You might also like to try the local Tourism Information Centres and website for more information in particular areas: